Munich, Germany – A powerful text editor – on your own or together with friends. The app that started the collaborative editing revolution is back with a brand-new interface, ready for the future. Write articles, code, notes or meeting minutes with friends – wherever they are.
SubEthaEdit kickstarted collaborative editing with its immediate and easy way to connect and work on text. In 2003, it won an Apple Design Award for its intuitive interface. In its fourth major version and first paid update in ten years it debuts in the Mac App Store.
SubEthaEdit can work without any Internet connection. Rendezvous networking makes it easy to just collaborate without the hassle of setting up connections and jumping through hoops to see each other. No complicated setup, browser or Internet required. Of course SubEthaEdit also supports collaboration over the Internet. Send invites via iMessage or Email via Mac OS X’s sharing services. The app takes care of the complicated stuff like mapping network ports in your router and making the document available, leaving you able to concentrate on what matters: Your text.
SubEthaEdit is also the first text editor in the Mac App Store that does not require exceptions from Apple Sandboxing rules, as far as we know. In addition to all its collaboration features, it’s also a real work horse editor suited for the lone code warrior.
* A fresh UI, ready for the future of OS X
* Collaboration over the Internet or the local network
* Read-only mode for network documents
* Public and private network documents
* Regular expression search and replace
* Extensive support for converting and reading text-encodings
* Bracket matching
* Autocomplete on demand
* Word counter, invisible characters and many more
* OS X 10.9 Mavericks or higher
* 64-bit processor
* 11.9 MB
Pricing and Availability:
SubEthaEdit 4.0.1 is $29.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Developer Tools category. App Store review codes are available upon request.
TheCodingMonkeys was founded by students in 2003 who set out to win an Apple Design Award. Which they did! SubEthaEdit, the first usable collaborative text editor was awarded this highest honor of Mac software development and did kickstart networked editing, like we also see today in Google Docs or Etherpad. We’ve worked on a few other projects since then, and even managed to win another Apple Design Award in the process. With the advent of the iPhone we have also started developing iOS games, like the award winning digital board game Carcassonne. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2003-2014 TheCodingMonkeys GmbH. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, Mac OS X, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.