Write 2 - The word processor in simple, fast, and powerful
Mac OS Business
Simple. Fast. Powerful. iCloud enabled. Retina-aware.
Write 2 is a cute lightweight word processor for our daily writing tasks.
It is fast, clean, intuitive to use and has a native (Mac-like) and uncluttered interface.
Most important of all - it is very user-friendly.
In most cases there is no need to use Word.
We don't need its jam-packed interface and least of all it's speed.
Write 2 has some nifty features and tools that are sure to make it
your word processor of choice for all your daily writing tasks.
Of course, Write 2 inherently has read and write support to common file formats
like Text, Rich Text, Word and OpenOffice Documents.
Have I already mentioned that Write 2 is fast, very fast, and stable?
Please notice - Write 2 is not designed and written to completely replace Word.
That's not its job. And it will never be. Period.
It's the word processor for the rest of us.
For those who just simply want to write and for all those missing WriteNow :-)
Creative writing, Michael (MOApp).
Write 2 has been newly rewritten extra for OS X 10.9 and above. Accordingly, it comes with all the OS X goodies we love:
* Auto Save
* Resume (Suppressible)
* Spelling and Grammar
* Gesture Support
In addition, Write 2 has some nifty features and tools that are sure
to make it your word processor of choice for all your daily writing tasks.
* Intuitive Interface
* Optimized for Retina displays
* Paragraph Highlighting
* Typewriter Scrolling
* Layout View
* Zoom View
* Fast Inline Search
* Find and Replace
* Sophisticated Styles
* Page Numbering
* Header and Footer (MLA)
* Word Count and Statistics
* Support for Tables
* Support for Columns
* Sophisticated Formatting
File Formats that can be read/imported and exported:
* Plain Text
* Word (97/2003/2007)
* Rich Text
* OpenOffice Text
Hint: Write 2 uses Apple's file conversion services to open and save documents and thus its limitations apply.
And always good to know:
PDF files can be created with a single click…
Fixed a bug when opening documents under 10.10 hangs