Daily Deal: Scrivener for Windows

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Unleash your inner novelist and let Scrivener help manage your writing project. Available for $20, the Scrivener household license allows you to access your work on multiple devices. Scrivener replaces bits of paper, index cards and sticky notes by allowing you to storyboard projects, to edit and work on different sections, either alone or in concert, and to post notes and access research. There’s a script formatting function to help you write the next classic movie hit, a name generator, and the ability to freely edit and restore to older versions so you won’t lose anything as you dive deep into the creative process.

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Thad (user link) says:

Re: Re: the Mac version's really the way to go

I don’t know. You’re presupposing a mass exodus of Scrivener users to Windows, presumably including creator Keith Blount himself.

While you’re right that Apple has clearly shifted its major focus from MacOS to iOS, and while this has caused some considerable consternation among Mac users, I don’t see the creative community abandoning Macs in droves yet, either. I don’t see any reason to believe, at present, that Scrivener is going to become a Windows-first product in the near future.

I mean, it’s not as if Windows’s market share is increasing either.

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