Storyist can now display and restore from versions stored in iCloud and Dropbox in addition to versions stored locally.
Using the Tools > Edit > Substitutions menu, you can now enable smart quote and smart dash processing. You can even select the smart quote style from the Tools > Preferences window.
Prior to version 3.3, Storyist could import and export images using the Copy/Paste command. In version 3.3, you can also use the document picker to move images into and out of your project.
Dark mode displays light text on a dark background. Now you can write in ’till the wee hours without the glare of a white page to tire your eyes.
When you select PDF as the export format, you now have the option of choosing a title page from the project (or home screen) or having one generated from the file metadata.
Text too small on your phone? Rounding out the trio of features is the ability to change the font size when in draft mode on iPhone.
iOS 9 brings new multitasking abilities to iPad, and Storyist 3.1 takes advantage of them. Now you can work with other apps without switching screens. Need to check a fact while you're writing? Just split the view and open a web browser.
On iPad, the extended keyboard is now part of the new iOS 9 shortcuts bar and includes additional writing and formatting options, so you have more flexibility in how you configure the keyboard.
Storyist for iOS can now edit Scrivener files in addition to Storyist, Final Draft, Fountain, RTF, and plain text files.
Version 3.1 brings a number of new features to the RTF converters, including the ability to embed images.
If you use a physical keyboard with your iPad, you'll love the new keyboard shortcuts for editing and navigation.
Storyist 3 for iOS adds support for iCloud. When you first run the app, you'll be asked to select a storage location for your files. If you choose iCloud, the files you create on your device will be stored in (automatically synced with) the Storyist folder in your iCloud Drive folder, and will be available to any Mac, iOS, or PC device that can access that folder.
If you instead choose to store your files in Dropbox, the files you create on your device will be automatically synced with a Dropbox folder of your choosing. By default, syncing happens automatically while you're editing. You can still sync manually if you want.
Storyist 3 supports the iOS 8 Document Picker. This means that you can exchange files with any cloud service that provides a Document Picker with its iOS app.
For example, you can access files from Dropbox, Google Drive, Box, OneDrive, and Transmit simply by installing those apps and enabling their document pickers.
Storyist 3 home screen has a number of enhancements.
The Storyist 3 UI also includes updated application and sidebar icons to match iOS 8 and Storyist 3 for macOS.
A sync conflict can occur if you edit a file on more than one device before these changes are to the cloud. Storyist alerts you to this situation as soon as possible and presents you with an interface that allows you to quickly and easily choose which version(s) of your project you want to keep.
Storyist 3 includes support for the native iPhone 6/6+ resolutions, allowing you to make better use of the larger screens on these devices.