It is helpful for writing journal entries, blog posts, a newsletter, a written book and essay via a web-browser.
Once logged in, pick a project type and then set a target word-count for a writing project plus the full days you’ll work with it.
The clean and distraction-free interface is a little Medium, assuming you do not find writing in a browser distracting. Moreover it enables you to prevent self-editing while writing a first draft by blurring out previous sentences.
Once a project is complete, it is possible to directly share writings from Blurt to Medium, copy it from Blurt or export as Markdown.
If you’re thinking about Blurt, you can easily sign up for a free trial that is 14-day paying USD4.99 30 days.
Use for: Non-fiction, creating a daily writing habit
I purchased Airstory as an element of an AppSumo detail a ago year. It is changed a bit since that time. Today, Airstory offers a web-clipper that is free Chrome or Firefox.
Whenever you come across an interesting little bit of research, clip it into your Airstory library and tag it.
Later, when writing a newsletter or article in Google Docs, drag that clipping with a citation into the document. It’s just a little like Evernote although faster and streamlined.
Airstory is a useful tool for non-fiction writers who like to capture and cite reading materials online. Additionally it is a writing that is good if you curate content for a newsletter.
Use for: Non-fiction, research, newsletters, curated content
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