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Writefull

A tiny tool to help you write better

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Hemingway Editor 2.0

An editor that makes your writing bold and clear

Aleksandra- Product marketing
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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iA Writer 4

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“A clean, simple writing environment…delightful.” – New York Times

iA Writer 4 is a writing tool for the brave, available on the desktop and mobile.

Timothy Buck- Product Manager
I've been using it for 3 yrs now. I've tried countless others, but I keep coming back to iA Writer because it looks good and works consistently.
Enrique Benitez- 🦄 Full-Stack Developer and Maker
I use iA Writer for the clean and minimalist UI, it's a distraction-free environment that helps you focus on what's important, your writing. You can export your writings in various formats, as well as to export your writings to Medium and/or Wordpress by connecting your accounts. It is really simple and beautiful, it doesn't offer too much customization, t… See more
Christian Blättler- Application Engineer @ rocketstart.ch
Using this on the Mac and it's so pleasant to write. Very minimalistic, but still powerful features. What I like: - integrated library (never have to worry WHERE or IF you want to save something) - dark mode - font - html export - minimal style - save drafts to medium.com Try it out if you haven't already, it's also available on mobile.
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Mark One

A minimal, durable, retractable pen

Mark One is...

Minimal. No superfluous details, not even a visible logo. Clean, simple, elegant, and it comes in two colors.

Durable. The entire pen is made out of metal, and coated with a robust ceramic polymer coating, which gives the pen a great feel in the hand.

Retractable. We wanted a click pen for our favorite refill, and we went to great lengths—including a custom mechanism—to make it happen. Satisfying as heck to click.

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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.

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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Eddtor

Sophisticated tool for simple writing. Beautiful. Yours.

Does writing more mean writing better? Try Eddtor and find out. Feedback:

- "Easy."

- "Simple idea, well implemented"

- "I found my flow"

- "My writing is better"

- "I don't worry that much"

- "It's curiously better than traditional writing tools"

- "Intriguing writing experience - 2K words in, I'm in love."

AMAfeed
AMAfeed is a Ask Me Anything Search Engine and AMA Platform to host your AMA experiences
Bernard Lamailloux
Je viens de découvrir Eddtor, un éditeur de texte en ligne qui vous permet de vous concentrer sur la rédaction sans jamais être distrait par une foultitude de choses inutiles et/ou désagréables venant polluer votre écran. Rappelons qu'à la différence d'un traitement de textes, un éditeur ne permet pas les enrichissements.
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Jotterpad

The writing app for creatives

Kunal Bhatia- Co-founder & Design Lead @SlidesUp
I like the concept Jotterpad created with Snapshots. While you can hack together something like this in Google Docs, this is also designed for distraction-free creative writing.
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What are must-have Chrome Extensions?

Stefan TheofilosProduct Designer, Entrepreneur
Grammarly for Chrome - Clear, effective, mistake-free writing everywhere you type.
"Best Chrome extension ever for writers! We included it in our list here as well: https://blog.salesflare.com/the-... Fully deserved :)"
The Great Suspender - Auto-suspend inactive tabs to reduce memory usage of chrome
"A must have for 20-tab types."
Pocket for Web - Save things for later with Pocket, refreshed with a new look
"I love using this because it will save the permanent copy of the content even if the page no longer exists, they allow you to update the co… See more
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