I was recently asked to review a new writing program — Write!
(Image credit: http://www.writeapp.co)
And after trying it out for a few weeks, I came to enjoy it. It’s a simple, easy-to-use, distraction-free text editor that allows you to separate documents into different projects/folders. I frequently use it for writing blog posts, writing out forum posts for my online class, and any random scenes that pop into my head.
It does have an interesting feature that I found pretty nifty. You can “publish” documents to the Write! website if you need or want someone to check out your work. It’s not like publishing to WordPress or KDP or anything (nor is it published publicly), but just a way to share your work with others. Once you publish it to the Write! website, you can link others to the document, even if they’re not Write! users. It has Cloud capabilities, so you can also pick up right where you left off on any computer.
While it does have some other features, such as the ability for Markup language and textile headers, I found its best feature to be its simplicity. It’s simple and easy to use; no fancy, overly complicated tutorials to learn.