Writers write about everything from writing novels, to technical writing, and some people who also write blog posts as we do.
There are also screenwriters, satirists, poets, lyricists, playwrights, and speechwriters. The best part is we all use a similar type of tool to write. What if you could get all your tools on your mobile phone in case any idea strikes?
Here are the best 7 writing apps for Android user:
1. Google Docs, Drive, and Keep
Price: Free / $1.99-$199.99 per month
Google Drive, as we all know, is a powerful online office suite. It contains a word processor with Google Docs, cloud storage with Google Drive (or Google One), including a note-taking app with Google Keep. This all makes a great set of apps for writers. Being a cloud storage platform, you can access your writing on a computer, phone, or any other device with an Internet connection. With Google Keep, you can take free notes where you can house ideas and snippets. It all integrates into Google Drive. All these apps are free for use and you get 15GB of free Google Drive space also. You may opt for a subscription in case you need more space.
2. Grammarly Keyboard
Grammarly Keyboard is a nice keyboard app for writers. It features basic things like auto-correction for spelling errors and it also helps with your grammar. It informs you when it spots a grammar issue and offers a correction also. But if you’re using a Bluetooth keyboard or a Chromebook, this keyboard might not be required.
Price: Free / $5.99-$14.99 once / $0.99 per month
JotterPad is especially meant for writers. With many features like novels, screenplays, and other similar types of writing work, this app comes with a no-distraction mode to stay focused. Other features include a word counter, Markdown support, dark mode, typewriter-style scrolling, and support for cloud storage. You also get split-screen support but only on tablets and Chromebooks. Although the free version comes with most of the features, you can get a single $5.99 purchase to add some extra stuff while the $14.99 option unlocks everything.
The novelist is a free writing app for novelists. It offers great features like plotting, writing, preparing, and exporting novels or short stories. It also includes a timeline feature for all of the big scenes in your story. You also get the features like Google Drive support, multiple formatting options, powerful book preview along with an average text editor. This app is free for use and the added novel specific features make it worthy of consideration.
5. Pure Writer
Price: Free / $3.99
Pure Writer is also a simple and minimal writing app featuring the option of the paragraph and line spacing, a dark mode, and an extensive document saving function. Accidentally, if you happen to quit writing without saving it notifies you. You also get access to a history feature to recover anything you mistakenly deleted. This feature is unique in this app and it also offers a pro version which is also inexpensive.
6. Writer Plus
Price: Free / $0.99-$15.99
Writer Plus, as the name suggests, is one of the most popular writing apps. With features like headers, undo and redo, keyboard macros, rich text formatting, right to left text support, a night mode, and stuff like word and character counters, the easy navigation makes it powerful. The app is entirely free without any advertising with optional in-app purchases.
7. Writer Tools
Price: Free / $4.99 per month / $54.99 per year
Writer Tools is yet another decent writing app with several useful features for writers. It has a word processor, where you can create characters, plot out timelines and chapters, create new locations for your characters, and house other ideas. You can keep a writing schedule and a progress log in case you want to see your writing consistency. On subscription, you can work on multiple projects, add images, and remove ads.
These are some of the most beneficial and cool writing apps if you’re looking for apps to make your pieces safe and for future use.