Stylish-looking text and note editor
The application outputs files in its proprietary format only (WTT), but it also enables you to import and export documents from and to TXT, RTF or MDOWN formats. The standard tool set of a text editor is available, which allows you to change text style, insert hyperlinks, customize text color, create lists and search for words online.
It can duplicate documents and is capable of creating file drafts, which are automatically remembered by the application and retrieved at next launch, without you having to save the document.
Spell checking and other productivity tools
Aiming to provide an enhanced experience, Write! features text folding, helping you structure your documents and comes with a tab-based GUI that enables you to work with multiple files simultaneously.
And if you have to deal with a large document with numerous pages, the integrated navigator will surely come in handy. Plus, the application’s search function allows partial keyword matching, also providing support for regular expressions.
One important feature of Write! is its spell checking options. What is interesting is that you can define a specific language for any document section, varying in size from a simple word to the entire text. Furthermore, Write! can suggest you the language to switch to while you are typing.
Promising text editing utility
Of course, Write! has a long way to go before it can call itself a reliable text editor that can meet the requirements of all users, but its feature set is promising. For instance, it would be great if its range of supported file formats would be extended.
With lots of potential in its hands, Write! can be the text editing and note taking application every user wants. It is simple, yet comes with a few features that can enhance productivity, such as the self-learning dictionary.
Write! allows you to draft a blog post quickly or keep your grocery shopping lists organized. Can do both too.
You can define a language for the entire document, paragraph or even every single word you type individually. If you’re typing in Latin using a US layout, Write! will suggest you to switch the language into Latin.