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Flowstate

A writing app that deletes everything if you stop typing

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Hemingway Editor 2.0

An editor that makes your writing bold and clear

sam- Assistant Principal. Father of twins.
Speaks for itself. Clear writing that's bold. On a side note, students who may have deficits or challenges with organization Hemingway is a blessing. Revision and editing is clean and clear helping students improve their writing.
George- SF author, ML enthusiast, Pythonista.
Hemingway teaches you to write clear sentences. It's not what you may need all the time; maybe only 95% of the time.
Jason Thai
If it's an important business message (CEO, Partner-level), Hemingway makes sure your message is to the point.
Penstricken
You may recall (if you've got a photographic memory) that I published a post last year reviewing the Hemingway Editor. This snazzy little app analyses and grades the simplicity of your writing style and I've used it plenty over the last year to help edit my own writing.
Lifehacker
Windows/Mac: Hemingway was originally a clever little web that highlighted common writing errors to help you edit. Then, it came to desktop. Now, it's getting a free update that adds in a new distraction-free editing mode, PDF export, and more.
WritingThoughts
What do you think? Can a software tool improve your writing? The debate's been raging for years. Some say that only a human editor can understand the nuances of text draft. That hasn't stopped software developers from trying to create that perfect software editing tool.
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Ulysses III

A powerful writing tool for Mac, iPad, and iPhone

Ulysses provides a pleasant, focused writing experience combined with effective document management, fast syncing and flexible export make Ulysses the first choice for writers of all kinds.

Ananggadipa Raswanto- Co-founder at House of Infographics
I love Ulysses the way I could publish easily to Medium/Wordpress website directly from the apps.
Collin Duncan- Self Employed
Surprised this isn't at the top honestly. Yeah, it's a little pricey (it's included with SetApp for $10 per month, though), but it's very much worth the price. I do a lot of writing and this is my immediate go to for anything. Built in publishing tools for Medium, stunning interface, incredibly stable. It does it all.
Joel Fischer- iOS Team Lead, Livio
By far my favorite long-form writing app on Mac. Clear and simple writing in Markdown with numerous output formats and styles. It was easy to create my own output style as well with a little digging. Simple, clean, beautiful, and powerful.
Medium
Today, we are switching Ulysses to a subscription model. The short story is this ( tl;dr): Our users expect a continuously evolving high quality product - and subscription is the only way we can truly deliver on that expectation. The following post then, is the long story.
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Hi all, we're super excited to finally launch! WriteDaily is a one-week writing challenge we built to improve our own writing with daily prompts.

Choose your track, and get daily email reminders with pre-formatted Medium templates to make writing and sharing easy.

Interested? See what users are writing -> https://medium.com/tag/writedaily.

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Typed

The stunning markdown and writing app for Mac

Wally Hitchcock- Freelance Designer
I'm a big fan if Typed for it's completely stripped down interface. And Zen mode is great when you really need to focus.
Justin Mitchell- Launching a VR design tool at VRooms.tv
I love Typed for it's complete lack of a UI and minimalistic approach. Accepts full Markdown too
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Easy Writer

Simple, elegant, distraction free writing.

Windows 10 now has a beautiful, distraction free markdown app for your writing.

Novels, Short Stories, Poetry, Easy Writer has you covered.

Free for the three "Ideas", subscribe to get unlimited access plus automatic versioning.

Backed up and sync'd using the Azure cloud and utilising a clean "fluent" user interface, Easy Writer leaves you free to do your best work free of distraction.

Brand new, we love feedback.

Rob,

Valley Software

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Edward is a web app for writing your first novel. Plan, outline, write and analyze in the app, with the help of tools and goodies like an on-demand dictionary and thesaurus, chapters as tabs, instant chapter search, and side-by-side writing.

Lehi Free Press
Lehi's Isaac Lyman has created an application to help aspiring novelists overcome some of the pitfalls of writing and finally finish their novel. With his app, called Edward, Lyman hopes to "bring novel writing out of the dark ages. Word processors and sticky notes are woefully inadequate for the challenges of long-form creative writing, yet they're what mos… See more
Minimum Viable Blog
Edward is a web app designed to help aspiring authors write their first book. It all started with a really simple question: what if word processors all suck? Take Microsoft Word, for example. It's a great formatting and layout tool. Remember WordArt?
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Write

📝 A writing app to combat writer's block, distractions, etc.

Krish Dholakiya- itskrish.co
I've been using this for journalling more successfully than my past attempts: it deleting all your content upon a few seconds of inactivity is a great way to force a stream-of-consciousness.
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