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Top 7 Writing Apps For Serious Content Creators

Content creation is a beautiful art where thoughts or facts are put to a platform to influence a broader audience. In today’s...

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Content creation is a beautiful art where thoughts or facts are put to a platform to influence a broader audience. In today’s scenario, the massive growth in digital content has led to a greater demand for content creators because, as we all know, to every business, irrespective of its size, the content they provide attracts demand in the market. 

When the content is critical, the creator should be able to bring his thoughts into action without any technical difficulty. 

This article lists 7 best applications used by severe content writers to improve their writing one step further to deliver excellent content.

Google Docs

One of the best tools for content creators Google docs is one of the most accessible apps to work on as it comes with easy access. Once you write in Google docs and save it to your Drive, then it shall be available from any mobile, tablet, or PC to continue writing on the go. 

One important feature is that it makes sharing the documents with people effortless and allows them to access and edit the work. It also has a wide range of features for presentations, documents, spreadsheets, etc., and can be exported in any format like pdf, doc, HTML, etc. thus making it technically reliable.

Prowriting Aid

This application helps the writer with in-depth reports of the writing to focus on potential improvements. Every writer is subject to making mistakes, and Prowriting Aid acts just like a coach to put you on the right path. It will help improve the writing style by making you informed about your mistakes. 

It also renders simple reports periodically and focuses on every aspect of the content ranging from grammar to style check and editing. Adding on, Scrivener is a similar app with almost matching features to ProWriting Aid.

Ulysses

This application is one of the best in the market tool for content creators Mac, iPad, and iPhone users. It provides a focused, unintrusive experience to the user and is fast, lightweight compared to heavy storage apps. Ulysses has an infinite number of features with text construction, managing documents, images, and is well known for its flexible export techniques. Overall, this app makes writing refreshing with the user opting for simple or advanced features to convey ideas.

Grammarly

Grammarly is one app that can be used at all times, be it an urgent short mail or a lengthy article or even a book, to keep in check the grammatical errors and to go even further, it also brings the plagiarised content to your notice.

All that is necessary is to copy and paste your content in the app, and you’ll know all the errors in one go. Every writer makes unknown errors, and this app will come in handy to render blunder free work. Writers widely use this app for its highly fruitful features.

Canva

Who doesn’t love mindblowing visuals? It is proven that websites that use images, videos, or designs have a higher viewer engagement than those with only text content. This application delivers a wide range of designing opportunities to the user through templates, logos, banners, flyers, etc. 

It is easy to frame words to an image, create video messages, design graphics, book covers, and practically everything with over 60,000 templates. In case a short message needs to be conveyed, it shall be transformed into an image note or simple video message, which will probably improve the notability of the content.

Evernote

A creative idea does pop up at any hour, and Evernote makes it comfortable to save the ideas without hindrance for future usage. Evernote is all about the organization of ideas, planning tasks, and taking notes. Its features provide easy search to the saved images, videos, website links, audio, or even handwritten notes. 

It allows sharing the organized notes with people and is also accessible on any device keeping the data secure. Also, it has a much-needed feature of scanning handwritten notes to create images. 

Hubspots Blog Idea Generator

There are times when a writer is stuck without ideas or has the need to find trending topics to provide content on such areas. Hubspot Blog Generator helps in finding the right ideas at the right time by a simple keyword search. It offers the top five recommendations to the investigation, making it easy to choose topics from a pool of available information on the web. 

Conclusion

These are some of the apps that would prove helpful to any writer to improve their existing skills to a great extent. Another method of doing so would be knowing what exactly is grammar. There are hundreds of applications in the market, and it depends on the user to explore and find the best ones that suit their requirement. As said earlier, as the content is the deciding factor for audience engagement, a useful tool for writing is key to content enhancement.

Written by Sushant
Is a student and Online Geek. Who Diggs out the different ways for how can we make money online. He has been earning through e-commerce sites for years and wants to share his experience with all.
 
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2 Replies to “Top 7 Writing Apps For Serious Content Creators”

  1. Hello Sushant,

    This is really an awesome post and many thanks for your research and sharing this with us. Yes definitely Content creation is a beautiful art especially when you want to make your career as a blogger where the content is the king.

    Thanks for sharing all the various applications to improve writing and create excellent content. All the various applications you shared and explained are awesome and are very important and useful.

    I am aware of Google Docs, Grammarly, Canva but new to prowriting aid, Ulysses, Evernote and Hubspots Blog Idea Generator. Will definitely try all these too. Thanks for sharing and keep writing more similar and informative posts.

    Thanks!
    -Rijhu

  2. Hi Sushant

    Thanks for the list. I have been using Evernote for years. I use it a lot on my smartphone so I always have it on my whenever I get a good idea and want to take a note. I also use it for shopping lists.

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