Mac-native text editor
|Version String:||11.6 (551099)|
|Architecture:||Intel & AppleSilicon(ARM)|
|Minimum OS:||macOS 11.6|
|Vendor Name:||Panic Inc|
Version History 11.6 (551099)
A new Mac editor.
You’ve been waiting. For a very long time. Us too. And we’re so happy to announce that the next Coda is almost here.
And it’s called Nova.
Our next great Mac-native text editor, Nova, is about to enter private beta. We’re looking for testers, and we’d love for you to be a part of it. We’ll be doing tests in groups, so the more we know about your editor usage, the better!
Visit the Nova Private Beta Page
A few possible answers to a few possible questions:
Nova is a dramatic upgrade in every respect, a total re-write and reimagining. It felt appropriate to give it a new identity.
Is today’s Coda dead, then?
Nova is replacing Coda, but if you like using Coda there’s good news: we’re planning a final Coda update soon to add support for macOS Catalina, and we will always update Coda if any major security issues are discovered. Importantly, if you like how Coda works and haven’t yet purchased it, do that now — it will not be for sale in 2020.
How much will Nova cost?
We’re still figuring this out. We’re leaning towards a Sketch-like “buy it, keep it forever, and get a year of feature updates” model. We also hope to provide a discount to Coda 2 owners, to be determined.
Will Nova be in the Mac App Store?
Not at this time. This is because of Nova’s heavy reliance on arbitrary third-party executables and extensions, prevented by sandboxing.