The Most Dangerous Writing Prompts

Don't stop typing, or all progress will be lost.

3.8/5
About
Hey there! Dhaval and I acquired The Most Dangerous Writing App and upgraded it with 500+ prompts generator along with options to export your work in doc, PDF, DOCX, and more.
As a result, we renamed it to The Most Dangerous Writing Prompts :)
Enjoy.
Would you recommend this product?
5 Reviews3.8/5

"Some of these services may record sessions and make them available for later visual playback." = hard pass. *** edit: You say in this comment below that there's no session recording, and yet your own privacy policy specifically states that there may be. So, which is it? And why have that legal language if it's not something you do? Sorry, but there's a LOT of abuse of people's privacy these days and you surely understand why users putting their personal writing into a website would be concerned, right? ***

Pros:

I love(d) the functionality and design of Most Dangerous Writing App.

Cons:

Scary privacy policy -- particularly for a WRITING app. (Don't take my word for it, go read it yourself.)

There is NO Session recording happening on TMDWP. Absolutely NONE.
Just read the policy. The session recording seems to only be in relation to the onsite heat-mapping.

This is a site that benefits the most from being streamlined. I hope they don't go feature crazy here.

Pros:

I love TMDWA - a terrific tool to get you to focus on writing. I use it all the time,

Cons:

The prompts feature is pretty useless. It's great to get people to write random stuff, but the tool was better in its simpler format.

Also @producthunt can you auto-populate the pros/cons boxes with the character counts? I had to keep guessing how long my post was.

Though I had fun using it , the title "The Most Dangerous Writing Prompts" is a bit too hard as you can just extend your deadline by pressing anykey or spacebar only.

Pros:

Easily a fun tool to write!! The UI is good. A creative experience.

Cons:

The data you create may lead to privacy issues . It just detects the keypresses no matter if they actually make a word .