Text Case is a text transformation utility, that can be as powerful as you make it, and accessible throughout iOS.
These are customisable combinations of formats, that can be put together to create more complex and personal text transformations.
## Tons of Formats
There's over 50 text formats to choose from in the app, from simple ones such as Base64 encoding, to fun ones such as Mocking SpongeBob or Clap Case, various Markdown formats, and even some more complex formats which allow customisation such as replacing all occurrences of a string, or adding a prefix/suffix.
All 53 formats can be accessed on the macOS app via the Services menu.
They apply the format directly to the selected text, which means no extra action is required. And since they are services, you can add a custom keyboard shortcut to them!
*Unfortunately, I do need to add a caveat to this: It appears there is an issue with Catalyst based macOS apps where they do not support app-based text replacement services, where the services work up to the transformation happening, but the Catalyst app not taking the result and replacing the text.*
## Share Extension
It comes packed with an action extension that lets you select text anywhere in iOS, tap the Share button, and then you’ll find the “Convert Text” action. This will show you a preview of all available formats, and a simple tap on one of those will copy it to your clipboard, and you’ll be returned to the original app.
You can customise the extension to show just the flows you've created, the standard formats, or both.
- Fixed issue when attempting to use an empty clipboard for certain formats
- Suffix format now works properly.
- Fixed issues regarding certain title cases not always capitalising adjectives.
- Fixed issue with share extension closing immediately
Ratings and Reviews
I had a little trouble understanding how to use it at first, via the Share menu, and this app isn't registered with Share in all places (like this review window, for example), but I _love_ the app and the dev is friendly and responsive.
Thanks for making an affordable, comprehensive and easy to use tool!
A step backward
App doesn't remember previous screen position, nor that it was used in "Formats" prior. Every time it opens (even when dismissed w/CMD-W) it opens in center screen, in Flows view (which I don't care about). So it takes way more work to just see a simple title text capitalization.
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- Christopher R Hannah
- 9.9 MB
- Requires macOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © 2021 Christopher R Hannah
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.