Scrivener for iOS Now Available

Scrivener iconIt’s been a long wait, but the iOS version of Scrivener, the great writing app, is now available. If you already use Scrivener, you’ll be delighted at just how compatible the iOS version is. This $20 is probably the best writing app for iPad and iPhone. (iTunes Store)

As you may know, I’ve written a book about Scrivener: Take Control of Scrivener 2. That book will be updated soon to include Scrivener for iOS, so stay tuned.

4 thoughts on “Scrivener for iOS Now Available

  1. I am most curious to see your book. The existing documentation is appalling, the worst I’ve seen for any software product, of any kind. Scrivener (unlike, say, Power Point) is not an intuitive product (though you //expect// it to be), and the manuals for tell you almost nothing about how to actually use it.

    John Dvorak (yes, that John Dvorak) told me that Scrivener isn’t easy to learn, but is worth the trouble, and I an //not// stupid for failing to immediately grasp it.

    We shall see how Captain Kirk does. One would expect someone who loves Classical music to understand the need for user manuals to be clearly structured and written. Haydn and Mozart would have been great technical writers.

    • Well, my book has been quite popular, so I assume it does a good job of introducing people to Scrivener. Yes, it’s complex, but it’s a very powerful app. Do check out a demo and see.

  2. I am most curious to see your book. The existing documentation is appalling, the worst I’ve seen for any software product, of any kind. Scrivener (unlike, say, Power Point) is not an intuitive product (though you //expect// it to be), and the manuals for tell you almost nothing about how to actually use it.

    John Dvorak (yes, that John Dvorak) told me that Scrivener isn’t easy to learn, but is worth the trouble, and I an //not// stupid for failing to immediately grasp it.

    We shall see how Captain Kirk does. One would expect someone who loves Classical music to understand the need for user manuals to be clearly structured and written. Haydn and Mozart would have been great technical writers.

    • Well, my book has been quite popular, so I assume it does a good job of introducing people to Scrivener. Yes, it’s complex, but it’s a very powerful app. Do check out a demo and see.

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