Alternative products to Loose Leaves for Mac

Loose Leaves for Mac

Instantly share what you write in Markdown

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Hemingway Editor 2.0

An editor that makes your writing bold and clear

Aleksandra- Maker @ Cittalabs, Tealosophy
I like how Hemingway helps me to improve my writing style. Also, integrations with Medium and Wordpress are very handy.
Adrian Oprea- Podcast host @DevTimeStories
I use Hemingway in conjunction with iA Writer. I'm a fan of Hemingway because it improves my writing style and makes sure I don't ramble a lot (like I did in this sentence).
Nicole Hennig- Independent UX educator, digital nomad
Excellent app -- its suggestions make sense for clear, sharp writing style. I didn't know it had a Wordpress integration, so thanks for mentioning that.
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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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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MWeb

Pro Markdown writing, note taking and static blog generator

H.Murchison
This is a darkhorse candidate. It's not as polished as some of the other tools but feature-wise it competes with anyone. Glad to see iOS apps now available adding further value to this gem.
Mikka Luster- cracking skulls and reading minds
After years of Ulysses, I have almost fully switched to MWeb. Its "External Mode" allows for the embedding of images, which are actually shown, tables are rendered in preview, and images can even be sent to a non-local destination before publishing. It supports Medium and WordPress, embeds and manages Hexo and Jekyll, and has dozens of other great features. … See more
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MacDown

Open source Markdown editor for OS X influenced by Mou.

Kristo Mägi- Founder at Deekit, Techstars alumni
As I have lots of tech writing to do and MarkDown is natural everyday reading/writing material then over the years I've used many MD editors. But MacDown is by far the best MD editor for sure.
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