Card Buddy 1.4.0 Released - Now With Printing!

Previously, Card Buddy had limited options for sharing your work with others. You could share the .cards document with someone else and have them view it with Card Buddy, or you could export the entire board to a Markdown file. Today, with version 1.4.0, you’ll finally be able to print out your cards or export them to PDF.

If you don’t have Card Buddy yet, download it today for Mac and iOS!

Here’s a quick run-down of what’s in 1.4.0:

When printing, you have two options: print as a standard document, or print as cards. When printing as a standard document, the content of each card is laid out as a linear stream of text on the page. This is great if you’re working on a narrative, as the text is printed to the page in a logical top-left to bottom-right format. In some cases, however, you may want to keep each card separate when printing. In that case, choose the Print as Cards option. This will put each card’s contents on its own page.

For more info on printing, such as how to save to PDF, and how to print multiple cards to a single page, view the updated Card Buddy help page.

If you want to catch up on what’s been added to Card Buddy in earlier updates, be sure to view the Update History.

As always, thank you for using Card Buddy. If you are a regular user and have not yet left an App Store review, please consider doing so, especially if it is a written review. It really helps make the app easier to find for others who are looking for an index cards solution for Mac and iOS.

— Allen