• Nick NobleNick Noble, almost 10 years ago

    Good writing experience? I prefer Byword http://bywordapp.com

    2 points
  • Ryan DeBeasi, almost 10 years ago

    +1 for WriteRoom. If you publish your writing on the web, Medium.com also has a great text-focused experience. Notepad, TextEdit, or your plain text editor of choice in full screen would do the trick as well, especially if you bump up the text size and pick a font you like.

    For me, picking an app or tool isn't the hard part - getting into the habit of writing regularly is.

    1 point
  • David Klein, almost 10 years ago

    iA Writer is great.

    1 point
  • Adrian HowardAdrian Howard, almost 10 years ago

    Currently use Sublime Text 2 in distraction-free-mode so I don't have to switch editors al of the time on the Mac. Editorial on the iPad & WriteRoom on the iPhone.

    Pretty much any editor that can go into a full screen distraction-free mode so I can type words is good with me ;-) Been happy with iA Writer, Bean, WriteRoom, PlainText & draftin.com in the past.

    Hell - the latest Word has a decent distraction free mode.

    For me getting in the habit of typing words is the hardest bit. The tool is pretty much incidental.

    0 points
  • David KizlerDavid Kizler, almost 10 years ago

    Ulysses III

    0 points
  • Chris FreesChris Frees, almost 10 years ago

    I've been Simplenote and loving it.

    0 points
  • Yifan JinYifan Jin, almost 10 years ago (edited almost 10 years ago )

    Mou is still my favorite.

    0 points