So I recently released my application Downer to the Mac App Store. It’s a simple, minimalistic and powerful markdown editor. It sports a tabbed interface and has a “dual-view” layout, one editor pane where you type and one preview pane where you get a live preview of the document ( you can turn either off, if one of them is bothering you).
Today version 1.1 has been published and it adds a rich text editor, in which you get a small preview inline. Like bold, italic and strikethrough will be just that in the editor pane. Headers will be bold, to make them stand out more and to make them more discoverable. Hyperlinks will also be made clickable and opens in your default web browser. I’ve changed the markdown lib to use Sunrise, which in turn adds support for things like fenced code blocks and not only that, but syntax colored fenced code blocks!
Next up will probably be iCloud and Dropbox syncing of documents.
Be sure to grab Downer from the Mac App Store today!