The iPad is an amazing instrument, revolutionary, leading edge. And yet, there's something personal about it. From the songs you download to the videos you watch on it, the iPad is distinct to your tastes. MacJournal for iPad is a lot like that too – the perfect blend of technology and individualism. 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.
See? Even technology can make you warm and fuzzy!
A heavy-duty lightweight
The iPad is compact and lightweight but MacJournal is a heavy duty journaling application just like its desktop counterpart taking advantage of the iPad's larger, multi-touch screen. Have as many journals as you want with as many entries as you want. Organize your journals using Smart Journals. Find entries with built-in Smart Filters. Customize the display so you can view your information that fits the way you live.
Sociable and unreserved?
MacJournal has the same blogging features as MacJournal for iPhone with even a bit more. Send your blog entries to Blogger, LiveJournal, TypePad or WordPress in a matter of a few clicks and swipes. With MacJournal for iPad, you can even download your pre-existing blog entries. Simple and safe, just like it’s supposed to be.
Have MacJournal for Mac OS X or iPhone? While connected to a WiFi network, tap the “Sync”* button and MacJournal displays a list of devices running MacJournal on the same network. To start the syncing process, tap the name of the device with which you want to sync. Staying connected made easy.
We've got you covered
Life happens around us every day. Documenting life's events has never been easier with MacJournal. Now available for Mac OS X, iPhone and iPad, it's the only journaling and blogging app in the world to cover you in three different ways. Because after all, you are an individual…and so is MacJournal.
Due to technical limitations of the iOS, MacJournal for iPad only supports syncing non-encrypted journals. Additionally, only entries with text are synced, and are shown without any styling (Plain Text). Your iPhone and your Mac must be on the same wireless network.