- I asked a question yesterday about a cross-platform writing app and the maker of this app recommended it to me. :) Standard Notes is available on Web, Mac, PC, Linux, iOS, and Android ;) It's simple and straight to the point, so everything works fast and as you'd expect. As a bonus, your content is encrypted before being synced, and you can add Dropbox/Google Drive as a backup sync location.
- The PC and Mac apps are paid but the web app is free. It helps you write clear sentences that convey the point without any fluff. Not a grammar checker, but it does a great job highlighting places where you can make your article tighter and cleaner.
I started using Hemingway from it's first iteration. First for my uni assignments and since then I've used it for almost everything. Slide decks, presentations, social posts, campaign copy, you name it. I even used it for this review! haha
Simple, unambiguous, clutter-free writing made easy for anyone. Hemingway is a godsend for people like me that, completely unintentionally, wax poetic about stuff that can be said in a few words.
When you use grammarly, they put some kind of advert for youtube, so when you watch youtube videos, it will stop and their advert will start. Note, this is not a youtube ad, this is an ad directly from them.
The browser extension is a must have, but I regularly pass my emails through this, or draft them in it just to catch dumb mistakes and make noticeable grammar improvements on the fly
Among its siblings like Atom, VS Code, sublime is the fastest and most fluent. But because of the slow update cycle and being a paid software, the community is smaller, therefore extensions are less, but enough to cover everyday usage and most popular languages.
• Maybs Quit
• Sidebar Enhancements
• Trailing Spaces
• Sublime Linter
• A dark theme, like Soda Dark
• imo: Vintage (VIM keybindings) with vintage_start_in_command_mode and vintage_use_clipboard set to true