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Best Writing Apps


1) MS Word / Google Docs / Pages

Although it may seem obvious, these standard word-processing apps should at least be mentioned in a list of the best writing apps. All of them can handle all your basic needs and they’re pretty much always available no matter where you are. You can use Microsoft Word, Google Docs, and Apple’s Pages on nearly any device today.


Additionally, both Google docs and Microsoft Word have a large number of plugins available that can add additional functionality. Plus, Google Docs is a great free writing app, and you automatically get Apple Pages for free if you’re a Mac user.


However, each of these writing apps are meant for use by the masses, and not designed specifically for writers. There are a number of more specialized apps that cater to the needs of a writer, detailed below. #writerslife #writerwednesday #writingapps #writershelpingwriters #literaryjewels

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