Manuscript
Manuscript
1.1.3

2.5

Manuscript free download for Mac

Manuscript

1.1.3
27 August 2012

Text editor for authors.

Overview

Manuscript ... Write novels, short stories, or articles with Manuscript – a simple, powerful app that organizes your ideas, plot lines, and character summaries. By utilizing a few simple steps, you will grow your manuscript from an initial idea to a complete ePub formatted novel that is ready to publish on Apple's iBooks or Amazon's Kindle.

For freelance writers, novelists, journalists, or bloggers, Manuscript provides an organized, clutter free environment for writing, taking notes, or brainstorming ideas. Follow the simple to use steps included within the app to take your book idea from pitch to a publication.

What's new in Manuscript

Version 1.1.3:
  • Fixed OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion compatibility issue.

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1 Manuscript Reviews

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Lord-Lightning
31 January 2013

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Compared to the heavywieghts for just a few more dollars this is struggling. Maybe in a year or two it might be a baby Scrivener ($45) or Storyist ($59) or StoryMill ($50) or Jers Novel Writer ($30) or even the tired old Ulysses ($12). My point is that this is a nappy-wearing baby in a crowded market of top writing apps that have graduated over time to be olympic level performers for writers. I just can't see why anyone would spend $40 on this awkward app - you can't even delete chapters at the moment and the index cards don't reflect the chapters. Still it is bare and that can be an advantage - but there is nothing here that is not equally or better done by the others - particurly Scrivener - which is now partnered with Scapple, a beautiful, free form whiteboard of a writer's mind space.
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Version 1.1.3
Lord-Lightning
31 January 2013
Compared to the heavywieghts for just a few more dollars this is struggling. Maybe in a year or two it might be a baby Scrivener ($45) or Storyist ($59) or StoryMill ($50) or Jers Novel Writer ($30) or even the tired old Ulysses ($12). My point is that this is a nappy-wearing baby in a crowded market of top writing apps that have graduated over time to be olympic level performers for writers. I just can't see why anyone would spend $40 on this awkward app - you can't even delete chapters at the moment and the index cards don't reflect the chapters. Still it is bare and that can be an advantage - but there is nothing here that is not equally or better done by the others - particurly Scrivener - which is now partnered with Scapple, a beautiful, free form whiteboard of a writer's mind space.
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Version 1.1.3