But sometimes, the iPhone does have its advantages over the analog method.
And thanks to all of that texting and emailing practice, I’ll admitÂ the iPhone makes for a pretty handy alternate for pencil and paper. Sometimes.
I’d often resort to sending myself emails or using Google Docs mobile, or EverNote, or the Notes app. But none of those options are all that satisfying for one reason or another.
Another useful list, courtesy of Freelance Folder: “The Great Big (30+) List of iPhone Apps for Writers.”
My Writing Spot is worth taking a look at.
I still haven’t found the perfect writing app. Do you know one? Let me know, please!