I have recently mentioned that Scrivener 2.0 features the ability to sync documents with Simplenote for the iPad and iPhone, and also that PlainText for the iPad works with Scrivener 2.0's new folder-syncing feature. Additionally, Notebooks for the iPad by Alfons Schmid works very well with Scrivener 2.0's new syncing features too. David has just finished putting together a video showing Scrivener 2.0's folder syncing feature in action, using PlainText and Notebooks as examples (although it also shows how you can use the feature to share documents with Word):
(I'm aware that there are some other nice Dropbox-syncing writing apps for the iPad such as Elements and IA Writer, too. At the moment however these two programs require all files to be in a single folder, whereas Scrivener's syncing places text files in a subfolder created especially to hold documents from the Scrivener project, so currently the sync feature doesn't work with Elements or IA Writer. I'll look into that, but it could get very messy and difficult to manage if all the files from different Scrivener projects were placed in the same folder, both from an organisational and technical perspective.)
Oh, and in case you missed it, here's the video David put together showing Simplenote sync:
Together, these provide some great ways of editing your Scrivener documents on the iPad or iPhone.