Writers – People who live their best on paper. People who capture memories, stories and moments with their words. Every such writer hopes that their words are able to communicate the message behind the thought. There are many who wish to become good writers but it’s only few that make it. The crux is not the right skill to write but the perseverance to keep writing and become the best. But what happens when one is unable to clear the fog and get stuck in a rut. There is a point when the best of writers face such a block. One where any amount of reading, editing and hard work seems fruitless beyond a certain point. While there are many things that can foil the whole process of writing. There are certain apps and features that can help make your writing feel like a breeze.
Here’s a list of must-have apps & features for all writers –
One for the creative writers, Jotter Pad is a minimalistic app. It’s packed with all fundamental features with a clean and stylish look or User Interface. Supportive of markdown, it can export one’s writings to PDF and DOCX format.
Some exceptional features distraction-free interface are –
It’s a feature decked app for writing. iA writer provides a black screen to keep strain away from your eyes. It has a cool feature called syntax highlighting, which allows you to see adjectives, nouns, adverbs, verbs, or conjunctions in the document highlighted and much more. Further, it also has other features like auto correct, word and character count, etc.
It’s a dark-themed app to save your eyes. Further, it houses the feature to organise your writing with hashtags. You can easily search with hashtags. With the transition from notebooks to smartphones and the amounts of resources & research from high to low. The need for hashtags has increased exponentially.
The most downloaded word processing software, Microsoft Word needs no introduction. It also has huge features in its Android app.
It’s an app available on most of every major operating environment. Evernote makes it easy to remember things of your everyday lives. Write notes, checklists, organise web articles, docs and images.