The powerful plain text and source editor. Now free and open source.
The app that started the collaborative editing revolution is back. Write articles, code, notes or meeting minutes with friends – wherever they are. Ideal for extreme programming sessions.
SubEthaEdit kickstarted collaborative editing with its easy and immediate way to connect and edit. Just add your co-workers to the document and start typing. No complicated setup, browser or Internet required.
2003 Apple Design Award Winner.
• Extensible architecture for custom modes for your favorite language or format
• Regular expression search and replace
• Extensive support for converting and reading text-encodings
• Bracket matching
• Code folding
• Autocomplete based on your content
• Word counter, invisible characters
• Collaboration over the Internet or the local network
• Read-only mode for network documents
• Public and private network documents
Bug fixes and maintenance:
• Fixed an issue where the undo buffer could get corrupted in certain situations with a non empty selection
• Fixed ODB support, fixes external editor support for Fetch
• Elixir Phoenix EEx
Ratings and Reviews
The best text editor ever!
Ever since I've had a mac, I've used this app. Hands down, best text editor. Also, support is outstanding.
Single Purpose Tool
If you are looking for a text editor with very few bells and whistles, this is it. I live in a world where I regulary use three text editors and this is one of them. I have used SubEthaEdit since the time it was “free” and have paid for it a couple of times now. I do not use it for collboration, I use its Block Edit functionality. I can honestly say that the time this one feature has saved me over the years is well worth the money I spent. My one complaint about this product is the lack of documentation. I am sure that there are gems hidden under the covers, but frankly the documentation is non-existent.
Great product, but there’s a bug in this version
I’ve been using this editor for many years and am happy to see it back in active development.
There’s a small bug when using regular expression search with windows line endings. It doesn’t count the \r character as part of the line ending. So if you want to find all the lines ending in ‘a’ for instance, you would need to search for ‘a\r$’ as opposed to ‘a$’ if the file uses windows line endings.
- Dominik Wagner
- 21 MB
- Developer Tools
OS X 10.11 or later, 64-bit processor
- Age Rating
- You must be at least 17 years old to download this app.
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © Lone Monkey Productions, Dominik Wagner
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.