Product Hunt Daily Digest
June 18th, 2017

The Most Dangerous Writing Apps ⚠️
Dangerous Writing Apps
The more you write the better you get, the quicker you're able to turn coffee into text. Medium and Google Docs provide a very welcoming experience, and yet, one of the hardest parts of writing is getting started and staying focused on the task at hand.

That is why The Most Dangerous Writing App was invented. The moment you stop typing the screen starts turning red, and soon after all progress is lost. There is no option to save.

Another technological cure to writer's block is Flowstate, which is available on the Mac App Store and iOS. Flowstate deletes everything if you stop typing, making it equally dangerous.

Other apps that help you simplify your message include Easy Write and Cleartext, both of which only allow you to use the 1,000 most common words (plus cofveve).

For more ways to improve your writing, check out the Dangerous Writing Apps collection.
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