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Writers rejoice: Scrivener for iOS is almost here

Among serious writers, the Mac and Windows software known as Scrivener is downright legendary. Unlike a mere word processor, it bristles with features for turning ideas, notes, research material, and other elements into a finished manuscript—anything from a blog post or a screenplay. The fact that Scrivener has not been available for iPads and iPhones … Continue reading “Writers rejoice: Scrivener for iOS is almost here”

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Among serious writers, the Mac and Windows software known as Scrivener is downright legendary. Unlike a mere word processor, it bristles with features for turning ideas, notes, research material, and other elements into a finished manuscript—anything from a blog post or a screenplay.

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The fact that Scrivener has not been available for iPads and iPhones has been part of its legend. But after a false start or two and a lengthy development process, Literature & Latte, the app’s creator, says it plans to submit the iOS to the App Store next week.

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Harry McCracken is the technology editor for Fast Company, based in San Francisco. In past lives, he was editor at large for Time magazine, founder and editor of Technologizer, and editor of PC World.

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