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Writing a novel on an iPad
Do you think an iPad would be garbage if you wrote a novel? However, with a tray it's now simpler than ever, because you can type whenever and wherever you are. If you' re powerful enough to withstand the bait of the latest Facebook game and you get sick of freshening up on Facebook, you need the right applications and the right utilities to get the work done.
Luckily, if you have an iPad, you can select from an ever-growing number. iPad is great, but if you want to create a novel, you'll want a much taller movie surface, so a full-fledged iPad Air 2 is better. But from now on, fifty lessons of writing will make you happy that you have chosen a much wider one.
There is no very useful text input application for serious writing out of the box on the iPad. You don't want to publish a novel in Notes. However, there are many choices on the Apple Store, so all you have to do is find one that will work. This ranges from full-featured text processing programs like Pages, Microsoft World and Polaris Office to specialized applications like Werdsmith, which has a minimalistic, distraction-free user experience, and even Hanx Writer, which can simulate a typing machine without you having to restart every timeout you make a misspell.
While some writing applications are free, others are not, the most important thing is to find one that you like to use for years. Also as an application for heavily raising the writing of your novel you may also want a different one for writing down comments and thoughts as they come to you.
Notes on the iPad can do this, but there are more powerful features. For example, Evernote offers you an appealing user experience and clouds of space, while A Novel Idea is more for writers and offers distinct areas for scenarios, character, locations/idea. Like writing applications, these are just a few of the many choices in the Apple Retail store, so immerse yourself and find what you're looking for.
The writing pad strikes us all from tommorow, but there are now a number of utilities that can help you overcoming it. They might be creatives for one that is basically a keypad, but with far more inspiring next few words proposals than you usually find. Or, there is the Writing Challenge, which turns writing into a play with imaginative instructions.
iPad has a fairly good keypad and now that there is third parties keypad compatibility, there are other choices, but eventually, if you want to type a novel, you really need a real one. This necessarily means an extra buy, but there are a number of available features, some of which include those designed to keep your iPad safe to cube.
Things like the 13 Caseflex Bluetooth wireless keyboard to the 85 Logitech ultra-thin magnetic clips on keyboard, with plenty of choices made in-between. There are not many things we can imagine that are worst for a author than to lose a hundred working years.
Fortunately, some writers provide this as a default, but if not, you should setup yourself with a cluster of accounts such as dropdown and make sure you back up your work on a regular basis. When you' re done writing, you'll want to work on your work. While the application you choose to compose your novel may have powerful processing capabilities, it may not.
The app and keyboard are beautiful, but in the end all you need is an initial concept and the means to do it. An iPad gives you the means, the brainchild is yours. As soon as you have one, just type it.