Ask any group of writers about their favorite writing program, and you’ll probably get a mix of answers — from Microsoft Word to Scrivener to Google Docs, with some lesser-known software thrown in.
Some of us use more than one. We choose the tool of the moment based on the nature of the project we’re working on.
Some prefer to stay out of the Cloud when they write. Others would rather stay in the Cloud because of the ability it gives them to bounce between devices as they write.
So, is there such a thing as “the best writing software” out there? And what are the best apps for writers in 2020?
It’s not so simple a question. But what you’ll learn in this post will clear the fog.
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