I edit Markdown documents on iPhone 7 sometimes. Some of the documents I want to work with are pretty long — 15,000 words or more.
When I open a document to work on it (for example in the Byword or Ulysses apps, or even just a really long email), usually I want to append new text to the end of the document.
Scrolling to the end of a 15k-word file by swiping repeatedly takes a really long time.
Is there some functional equivalent of an "end" button in iOS?
Hm. We seem to be getting hung up on the idea of an "end button." Maybe I shouldn't have used that analogy.
By "equivalent to" I mean any UI control, whether it's a gesture or a hidden control or anything at all that will take you directly to the end of a file. It doesn't have to be a button.
To be clear, what I'm asking is, is there some way, any way, to go instantly to the end of a file?