Scrivener for iOS Now Available

Scrivener for iOS has finally been released, and all is right with the writing world. That is, if you already use Scrivener on your desktop or laptop.

Scrivener for iOS
Scrivener for iOS has finally been released. No, it’s not April 1 and no, the world did not end.

Basic info:

  • Cost: $19.99 USD
  • Requirements: Any iOS device running iOS 9.0 or later
  • UI Language: English-only, other language support in subsequent free updates
  • Compatibility: Uses Dropbox to sync with the macOS and Windows versions

You will need the latest version of Scrivener for macOS (2.8 or later) and Scrivener for Windows (1.9.5 or later) to sync with Scrivener for iOS, as well as a Dropbox account.

Several reviews are in already and they’re very positive. The consensus? If you’re heavily invested in the desktop version of Scrivener and want a native app to take with you on your iOS device, this will be a no-brainer purchase.

At $20, this is definitely a steal.

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National Museum of the U.S. Air Force

History doesn’t have to be boring, and the National Museum of the United States Air Force is anything but boring.

National Museum of the US Air Force Sign
First in Flight. Birthplace of Aviation.

These are the slogans that can be found on license plates of North Carolina and Ohio, respectively.

And if you follow history, you would know that both are accurate; Ohio for its part in the Wright Brothers designing, building, and developing of the test planes, and North Carolina for its part in the first test flights of the Wright Brothers.

Both states set the stage for the aviation revolution, due in part to the Wright Brothers’ willingness to never give up. So, it’s no wonder that Dayton, Ohio houses the National Museum of the United States Air Force, which coincidentally was the city in which the Orville and Wilbur Wright did the majority of their aviation design.

The National Museum of the United States Air Force collects, researches, conserves, interprets and presents the Air Force’s history, heritage and traditions, as well as today’s mission to fly, fight and win … in Air, Space and Cyberspace to a global audience through engaging exhibits, educational outreach, special programs, and the stewardship of the national historic collection. These statutory duties delegated by the Secretary of the Air Force are accomplished on behalf of the American people.

National Museum of the United States Air Force

There are 4 hangars full of history: from the beginning of flight to modern-day aircraft, including historical aircraft such as the official Air Force One plane that carried the body of President John F. Kennedy.

The cost is free, and the tours are self-guided, although they do have guided tours available at no charge. Plan to spend at least a couple of hours here, as there’s so much history packed in these buildings.

We usually go at least once a year to the museum, and the kids love the different types of planes that are on display. It’s incredible to see just the history of the aircraft and how much they’ve changed in just short amount of time from the first Wright Flyer to today’s planes.

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