Minimalistic text editor that supports the Markdown markup language, offers syntax highlighting, a night mode and multiple publishing options

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The Markdown markup language is designed to provide users with a simple way of formatting text that can be easily converted to HTML and published on the web.

However, there are many ways to make the process even more intuitive, and MWeb is an app created for this particular purpose. It is an easy-to-use text editor that supports syntax highlighting and live previewing, while also offering a useful night mode.

Minimalist user interface with multiple viewing modes

MWeb does away with any unnecessary elements and maintains only items that are required for actually writing text. Its interface is split into three panels, all of which can be disabled at any time.

If you, like many others, perform a lot of your work after dark, you will be pleased to know that MWeb includes a night mode, which lowers the overall brightness of the interface.

Live preview mode with multiple provided themes

When writing content that needs to be published on the web, it is useful to have a way of viewing the effect of various changes in real-time, without having to save the text to a file and open it in an external browser.

MWeb can display a separate live preview window that supports multiple themes and gives you an accurate idea of what the output document will look like.

Your files can be categorized into multiple folders and subfolders, all of which are displayed in a separate panel. The documents themselves can be saved locally, in various formats, or uploaded to the Internet.

Document library for organizing documents and simple online sharing

Additionally, MWeb makes it easy to publish your texts to WordPress, Tumblr, Blogger, Evernote, and many other online services.

All in all, MWeb is an easy-to-use Markdown editor that simplifies the task of writing content in this markup language, organizing your documents and publishing them online.

We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used MWeb for Mac and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂