It is very well built with simplicity in mind. There are several themes and all of them look amazing. I love the "typewriter" and "focus" mode. In contrast with other apps that focus the current window and remove all visibility options, Typora goes one step ahead and fades down all other paragraphs as well.
Apart from that, I consider https://typora.io not bad. As far as I know, this should also display pictures. And it also supports YAML Front Matter. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
I used Typora to open a markdown file and exported it as an epub. Viewing the epub in Okular the div code worked. Then I tried viewing it in Foliate I got some unexpected results. Perhaps it depends on your epub reader. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Here is a link to the site (https://typora.io/) and my own description+features I like:. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
Using Typora as a markdown editor would let you write notes with math formulas. - Source: Reddit / 29 days ago
On Desktop PC I personally use typora, that is my favorite markdown editor (available for OSx/Win/Linux). Unfortunately they don't have any mobile version, but for little use I need on mobile I use Nextcloud Notes (Android only so). - Source: Reddit / 27 days ago
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