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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The official first post on Lost in Ohio, including a brief introduction.

So many ideas, so many websites, so little execution.

That pretty much sums up my goals and ambitions for the past 2 years, and after sitting back to really think about what I wanted out of those sites, I realized that I don’t need a separate site for every topic I wanted to talk about.

I decided to start fresh once again and focus on one central website for the many topics that interest me, such as photography, history, writing, and technology.

Lost in Ohio will be my new home on the web starting today. I will bring content from the other sites over here in the near future once I get everything setup the way I’d like.

Until then, however, this will be pretty bare. Sorry about that. But fear not! I love to write and have lots of ideas and topics ready to be written.
Why the name Lost in Ohio?

Well, to put it short, I was born in Ohio and raised primarily in North Carolina. After living here for 20 years now, I still feel out-of-place. But, it’s not depressing at all. I’ve had many ups, downs, and adventures like everyone else and it’s time I write about them.

Stick around — I promise it won’t be boring.