Alternative products to Jotterpad

Jotterpad

The writing app for creatives

11 alternative and related products to Jotterpad

Bear

A beautiful, flexible writing app for notes and prose

Bear is a beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose. It works on iPhone, iPad, and Mac, so you can write wherever inspiration strikes.

Hang Zhao
I actually use Bear note app to write down all my todos and I really love its elegant design.
Victor Carreño- I build things at foodforall.com
I used to love Evernote, but it became very complicated to use when I just wanted to write notes, to dos, annotations, etc. I fall in love with the markdown support of this app, also the price is very accessible. Totally recommended app.
Ian McIlwraith- Marketing Manager and Web Developer
Bear is the best note taking and writing app out there. Simple, clean design and works seamlessly across all your Apple devices.
The Verge
Welcome to First Click, a daily essay written by The Verge staff in which we opine on lives lived in the near future. As of this week, after the better part of a decade, I'm no longer an Evernote user.
The Next Web
I'm in love with a note-taking app for the first time since Evernote wowed me almost a decade ago. 'Bear' is what Notes should have been. Hell, it might be what Notes still aspires to be. It walks the perfect line between simple and feature-rich while offering robust options for organization, search, and - I ...
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A beautiful, flexible writing app for crafting notes and prose
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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.

Sebastian Rumberg- I do things at Ballou PR
It's my favorite writing app. It's the most intuitive yet powerful and fast writing tool that I know of. And in combination with Dropbox and Blot.im it is the fastest publishing system I know. The idea that I can write a post in Ulysses, which is automatically synced to a Dropbox folder and then published on my blog makes all the difference for me. I tried … See more
Nate Michaud- Owner, LacedWork
I love Ulysses not only is it a pleasant to the eye, it allows you to organize all your documents and sync them across multiple devices.
S-M Robinson- Creative Director
The best digital writing tool ever created. Polished and perfect. All they really need to add is collaboration tools.
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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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- Designing Products at Sofriendly.com
I love Typed for it's complete lack of a UI and minimalistic approach. Accepts full Markdown too
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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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What are the best tools that can help improve creative writing?

Ali R. TariqProduct Designer, Manulife RED Lab
Hemingway Editor 3.0 - Make your writing bold and clear, send to Medium/Wordpress
"Make your content more easily readable. Paste your text into its free web app and it'll assess your writing and identify opportunities to m… See more
Grammarly - Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.
"Great UX"
Jotterpad - The writing app for creatives
"I like the concept Jotterpad created with Snapshots. While you can hack together something like this in Google Docs, this is also designed … See more
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