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I’m sitting in a coffee shop right now waiting for my adopted son to finish after-school tutorial. Every afternoon I lug my laptop and associated stuff about looking for a quiet place to write and keep working. Today it’s CoffeeBreak Atrium.
So I was in the middle of writing an article for a client — and just used my Oxford Deluxe Dictionary and Thesaurus App to find a better word for ‘overdrive‘ which was sounding a bit clichéd in my sentence. And after happily updating my blog’s first paragraph, I was feeling all full of technology love and wanted to shout out a few praises for the 3 x Apps that make my writing life not only easier, but possible. Here goes.
PS: this is NOT an affiliate blog, I just love these apps.
This is one of the first Apps I bought when I got my first iPhone back in 2011. I’ve used it practically everyday since. Apart from being the FULL UNABRIDGED text of the current Oxford Dictionary of English and Thesaurus, here’s what I love about it:-
At the end of last year I started using Scrivener for all my writing and I haven’t looked back. Scrivener is just excellent for client work because you can keep individual client projects together and have the brief/research/writing/edits/billing all displayed together as icons on screen. There is absolutely no more awkwardly searching for that blog you wrote them last month. Here’s a few cool things about Scrivener:-
I love Scrivener so much I’m going to write some detailed blogs about how I use it for client work, to give you some ideas about how to get the most out of it. So consider this an introduction only.
Quickbooks Self Employed is the bomb. First it’s only $4.99 per month and second it automatically hooks into all your money accounts. I completely love it and here’s why:-
i like the details of your blog although it doesn’t matches to me but i will in a mode to try the last app which you discussed regarding account transaction details on the fly… very understanding !
‘Scrivener’ sounds interesting; I use neither dictionary nor thesaurus when I’m writing and now I no longer write professionally I have no need for the other apps. I write most of my stuff in ‘Pages’, including draft posts if I cannot write them directly in WordPress. For really short things I find ‘simplenote’, recently discovered, useful.