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Ulysses offers lots and lots of features to users, with a notable highlight being text to speech and dictation features — something few apps integrate.

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Write! is a distraction-free writing space. It's made for writers focused on their productivity. This app's design and users experience are very streamlined and cohesive.

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Byword is optimized fro work between its different apps. It allows handoff — a convenient way of starting work on one device, and continuing off on another. It's got robust Markdown editing capabilities, with support for footnotes, tables and cross-references, not to mention live formatting.

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Draft functions as a simple space in your browser's window where you can write, and work with others on any document. The app lets you leave comments on the documents you've been invited to edit, and view edits from previous versions of the document, which makes it a fantastic collaborating tool.

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OmmWriter focuses on giving you an experience first an foremost. With OmmWriter, you can listen to music tracks or soft ambient noise, and enjoy a beautiful background visual while you type.

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Write App

WriteApp is the software to get if you take lots of notes, and don't like the ho-hum and bare bones nature of the standard Notes app. No matter what you're doing, you can always access the app from the menu bar to jot down some notes.

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iA Writer

iA Writer enables you to write on three different platforms with seamless handoff support and apps on desktop Macs, iOS, and Android. It live-syncs your documents to iCloud and Dropbox, and exports documents to .docx and .pdf.

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FocusWriter lets you personalize your writing environment with customizable themes. The rest of the app vanishes when you need it to, and you're left alone with the page, and the background of your choice.

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