Having to re-type the same format for your daily TPS reports can become cumbersome. Instead of having to save the templates in email or elsewhere you can just have the format automatically created with the new file. This can save you time instead of having to type up the same format every time. Particularly, when there are new cover sheets to use.
wwrite allows you to take notes, create blog posts, and do type up anything else that you see fit. The plain-text format allows for more flexibility than working within an HTML environment. One of the perks of wwrite is that you have the ability to create and customize templates.
The app supports Slide Over, Split View, and all iPhone and iPad Sizes. There is keyboard support, including keyboard shortcuts. Just hold down the Command Key to find out all of the shortcuts.
The files that you create can be emailed individual, or an archive can be created; which can subsequently be emailed. You can also retrieve any archives through iTunes. If you're using an iPad, you can also import and export files using drag and drop to bring files in and out.
If you get stuck, or see a problem, just tap on Tools -> Get Support and either email or send a tweet and we can work through the problem.
There was an issue with the app crashing when unlocking files. This has been fixed.
Ratings and Reviews
Powerful Productivity Tool
I've been using WWrite for several weeks now. At the start, it took a bit to get used to the unique UI of the app but after I figured it out, and began to use it, I've found it very useful. One of the most useful features are the saved templates settings. I've been using it in the office, at work, and in meetings for 2 weeks now. The app is under active development by the developer and I continue to expect him to improve upon it for some time.
Wwrite is a good start at a simple note app that supports creating templates. Excited to see what becomes of this app in future iterations. I can definitely see a template based writing app taking off. I'd like to see some usability tightened up a bit. I'd also like the ability to send as an attachment instead of just adding the text to the email. It's a good if you need templates for writing.
Can't believe no one has thought of this before.
The template features is a must. Leveraging that feature alone makes this application worth the investment.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.