Agile Tortoise has teamed up with David Sparks of MacSparky.com to produce a series of screencasts introducing Drafts 4 to new users and highlighting some of its features. The first two screencasts were released today. The first video is an overview of how Drafts works, and some of the things you can accomplish with it. The second video focuses on using Drafts with Dropbox to save text as a separate file in Dropbox or append text to an existing text file.
David Sparks, who has made screencasts for companies like The Omni Group and Smile Software, does a great job of showing how easy it is to get started with Drafts, but also exposing some of the powerful ways Drafts can interact with other apps like Dropbox.
You can watch the first two Drafts videos below.
Drafts and Dropbox:
You can subscribe to future Drafts videos on Vimeo or YouTube. As part of the launch of the videos, Drafts is on sale on the App Store for $6.99 through May 2, 2016.
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