– Notion: I only use Notion for work-related notes and planning, such as article drafts and pitches. I find Notion to be the most versatile note-taking app because it allows you to organize everything in a very customizable way. I find it to be particularly useful for creating outlines and drafting complex article structures.
– Drafts: I use Drafts as my primary note-taking app for quick, on-the-fly notes, lists, and ideas. It’s a very clean and simple app, and I appreciate that it opens straight to a blank page where I can quickly jot down what I need to remember and organize later.
– Ulysses: Ulysses is my go-to app for long-form writing, such as essays and articles. I appreciate its minimalist design, focus mode, and the way it organizes my writing into sheets for easy navigation. When I need to really focus and get a long piece written, Ulysses is my go-to.
– Bear: I love Bear for its simplistic yet powerful markdown writing functionality. I use it mostly for personal journaling and note-taking, as well as for drafting shorter articles and blog posts. Its tagging system is really helpful for organizing my thoughts and keeping track of various notes and ideas.
– Scrivener: Scrivener is my app of choice for writing longer works, such as books or extensive research projects. Its robust organizational features, such as the ability to manage complex outlines, character profiles, and research materials, make it indispensable for my more involved writing projects.
In addition to these writing apps, I also have Procreate for sketching and photo editing, Spotify for music, and the usual social media and messaging apps that we all have. I’m always on the lookout for new writing apps, so if anyone has recommendations, I’d love to hear about them!
Feedback and interaction are a big part of what makes Installer great, so if you have favorite writing apps, games, gadgets, or anything else you think I should know about, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected]. I love hearing from you all and sharing your ideas with the community.
That’s a wrap for this week, friends. Thanks for joining me, and I’m looking forward to hearing all your ideas, recommendations, and feedback for the next edition of Installer. Stay curious, and stay plugged in. Cheers!