10 Apps to Get You WritingJessie Nuez
Great thoughts and inspiration can come to us at any time and any place. And thanks to the help of technology, we are able to record our thoughts right from our mobile devices and tablets without the need to search for a pen and paper.
With an assortment of digital tools at our disposal, we are able to get inspired, be productive and better communicate with others all while being connected to the world.
So if you are looking to fit more writing into your already hectic life, jot down ideas, organize your thoughts, here is a list of iOS and Android apps just for you.
iA Writer 1 of 10
iA Writer, the simple text tool that allows you get all your ideas out with no distractions.
Pages 2 of 10
I love pages. It's an elegant word processing tool ever seen on any mobile device. I love how easy it is to use and how it helps you build beautiful documents, reports, resumes, etc in no time.
Write: Tablet Notepad/Journal 3 of 10
If you are looking for a simple, effective, clutter-free app, then this is it. This minimalist app allows you to focus on what you are currently working on with no distractions. It lets you take notes, write journal entries and perform simple editing tasks.
Storyboarder 4 of 10
Want to put all visual ideas on your Android device? You can do just that with Storyboarder. Create your own storyboard with images taken from your camera or device and add them however which way you want. And once you've built your storyboard, you can take the PDF email it or uploaded to right to Dropbox. It is as simple as that.
Index Card 5 of 10
If you are a constant note taker, then the Index Card app is for you. The app allows you to jot down and compile your list of ideas. Then simply drag and drop the cards as you please to get your ideas nicely organized. If you want to share your ideas to colleagues, friends, etc you can share via Dropbox or email.
Quickoffice 6 of 10
Day One (Journal / Diary) 7 of 10
Record those once-in-a-lifetime moments in your life with the Day One app. This journaling app makes you want to document your life as you live it.
Whiteboard HD 8 of 10
Visualize your ideas and brainstorm in style with this Whiteboard app. Write notes, sketch charts, and even make freeform drawings with a simple drag of your finger.
Evernote 9 of 10
I am a huge fan of Evernote! It does everything you want it to and you can take it everywhere you go. I love being able to update notes and documents on my Android phone, and have them synched up to work on my iPad or desktop.
Penultimate 10 of 10
As I stated in the previous slide, I am a big time fan of Evernote and have had a great experience with their tools and Penultimate does not disappoint. I think it is one of the easiest handwriting app for the iPad. It is super intuitive, clutter-free, simple, searchable, powerful tool (and is available in multiple languages).