Notice: this old version of MWeb, Don't buy, unless you need to run MWeb in Maverick or Yosemite.
MWeb is Pro Markdown writing, note taking and static blog generator App for Mac, iPad and iPhone.
The Overview Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HLfj82JqvXs
## Pro Markdown writing
* Minimal UI, Dark Mode, optimized lists indent,five editor themes.
* Markdown syntax and massive Markdown extensions Supported: Table, TOC, MathJax, Fenced code block and code syntax highlight, Task lists, Sequence & Flow chart, Footnote and more.
* Typewriter Scrolling: `View` - `Typewriter Scrolling`
* Publish/Update to Wordpress, Metaweblog API services, Wordpress.com, Evernote, 印象笔记, Blogger, Medium, Tumblr. `Preferences` - `Publishing` to add publishing services. Click top-right corner `Share Button` for publishing.
* Support six live preview themes. Easy to custom preview theme. All themes can export to HTML or PDF. To open live preview window, please press `CMD + R` or `CMD + 4`.
* Export to RTF, Docx.
* Support Outline view.
## External Mode and Library Mode
1. External Mode (CMD + E): This mode design for create, open external Markdown document. You can add external folder to this mode.
2. Library Mode (CMD + L): This mode design for note taking and static blog/website generator.
Shortcuts `CMD + E` or `View` - `Open External` to open External Mode.
Shortcuts `CMD + L` or `View` - `Open Library` to open Library Mode.
External's folder and Library documents are supported **Full Text Search**, drag & drop or paste photos to the editor and display. `CMD + V` paste to JPG pictrue, `CMD + Shift + V` paste to PNG pictrue.
## Library Mode for note taking
Library Mode use categories tree to organize documents, support drag & drop or paste insert pictrue and display immediately. Support import external Markdown or txt document to the library, export a category or documents to HTML, PDF or Markdown.
More info, please check this post: [Introducing documents library](http://www.mweb.im/mweb-document-library.html)
## Library Mode for static blog generator
You can build static blog **One Click**! Now has two blog themes, it's easy to custom you owner blog theme. you can add [AddThis](http://www.addthis.com/) and [Disqus](http://www.disqus.com) code for share and comment support to you blog. You can enable MathJax and Sequence & Flow chart support in category setting.
More info, please check this post: [Introducing static blog generator](http://www.mweb.im/mweb-static-blog-generator.html)
* Add import or export MWeb publish services for MWeb 3.0.
Ratings and Reviews
MWeb best Markdown editor I’ve tried (and I’ve tried a LOT)!
I’ve tried just about all the major Markdown editors (Versatil, iA, LightPaper, MultiMarkdownComposer, to name a few) and find MWeb to be the best among them, particularly for more complex documents including graphics, multiple sections, and so forth. I was even able to figure out a decent semi-automated workflow to publish to Confluence. MWeb is just a lot more flexible in many ways, and a lot more “comfortable” for editing (IMO, UX is very subjective obviously) than the others I’ve tried. Nothing against the others, and there are still definitely unique features certain others offer that MWeb doesn’t (yet), but for day-to-day document work as a developer, I find MWeb the best among the ones I’ve tried.
Very nice — but some minor improvements would make it better...
I like this Markdown editor very much, and I’ve used a LOT.
Two minor improvements would make it better…
- Add SORTING of notes to edit menu instead of just having sort options available by right-clicking in note
- Display at least NAMES of non-text files in the directory structure (e.g., jpegs, pdfs, etc.) Even if these cannot be rendered or edited, the ability to see the filenames would be very valuable
THANKS for a nice product and keep up the great work.
Simply the best markdown editor for the Mac
I spent the better part of an entire workday looking for a new markdown editor after my previous one ceased to function on the latest MacOS. Its the only one on the market that is able to handle working on complex document or working with a lot of documents at the same time. Features that were critical for me:
- This one has side-by-side editing that works reliably (or the Cmd-R to quickly flip between markdown and preview).
- The spell checker actually works, and works well. I was shocked at how few other markdown editors even had a spell checker.
- It is a native macOS app and behaves as it should. There are a lot of hybrid Franken-web apps that are toys. This is a pro tool.
- It has a ton of configurability, far more customizable (via a proper Preferences panel) than any other markdown-specific editor.
It is not perfect, and has a few minor UI irritations — not bugs, just things I wished worked a little differently. But, it is highly configurable and rock solid. I write a lot everyday, and MWeb is the only markdown editor that has not crashed once. Well worth the meager $15 I paid for it.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.