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Have as many journals as you want with as many entries as you want. While connected to a Wi Fi network, tap the “Sync”* button and Mac Journal displays a list of devices running Mac Journal on the same network. Documenting life’s events has never been easier with Mac Journal.
To start the syncing process, tap the name of the device with which you want to sync. Now available for Mac OS X, i Phone and i Pad, it’s the only journaling and blogging app in the world to cover you in three different ways.
Mac Journal for i OS is a lot like that too – the perfect blend of technology and individualism. i OS devices are known to be compact and lightweight. Send your blog entries to Blogger, Live Journal, Type Pad or Word Press in a matter of a few clicks and swipes.
An app that can safely capture your deepest thoughts and keep them private or one that can easily publish to your blog for the world to see. Mac Journal, on the other hand, is a heavy duty journaling application. With Mac Journal for i OS, you can even download your pre-existing blog entries. “I use Mac Journal exclusively for my writing on my computer – it’s my journal and the place where I write everything from quick notes to much longer passages.
You create digital records of receipts and documents. Mac Gourmet Deluxe is our award-winning, powerful recipe management applications that enables you to easily create, edit, organize, and share your recipes.
“I started using Mac Gourmet Deluxe in April for our i Mac.
From inception to publication, writing a novel has never been easier.
Now, I have added a Mac Book Air to the family, and by using the cloud syncing capability I now have all my recipes on both devices.
Combine one with the other and you have a powerful combination. I needed a way to write something in my iphone on my lunch break and be able to come home and have it sync with the rest of my journal. Now everything’s in one place.” Working well for me “I’ve been using Mac Journal on my two Macs for over a year now and I bought the mobile version a couple months ago. Although I use it primarily to sync to my journals on my Macs, it certainly has enough features to function as a stand-alone app.