Smultron’s text and code editor has a rather chequered history: it was an open source application but the original developer left it, and later another programmer decided to continue the project by renaming it to Fraise. On the other hand, the original Smultron has become a paid application on the Mac App Store. And now we return to precisely this branch of the story, since Smultron has been released for iOS .
This version of Smultron, like the one from OS X, is capable of coloring our code with support for more than 90 programming languages and also allows us to write plain text or simple task lists. And since it is now present on all Apple platforms, Smultron allows us to store and synchronize all kinds of documents using iCloud .
Smultron 4 for Mac is also responsible for receiving these documents and allowing them to be edited from the computer. Yet another reason to look at the traditional file browser as something increasingly older. The application is universal, so by paying its price of 1.59 euros we get optimized interfaces for both the iPhone and the iPad.