It really is useful for writing journal entries, blog posts, a newsletter, a 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 as well as the full days you’ll work on it.
The neat and distraction-free interface is a little Medium, assuming you do not find writing in a browser distracting. In addition it lets you prevent self-editing while writing a draft that is first blurring out previous sentences.
Once a project is complete, it is possible to share writings directly from Blurt to Medium, copy it from Blurt or export as Markdown.
If you are thinking about Blurt, you are able to take out a free trial that is 14-day paying USD4.99 a month.
Use for: Non-fiction, creating a daily writing habit
I purchased Airstory as an element of an AppSumo detail a year ago. It really is changed a bit ever since then. Continue reading “Blurt is a fascinating new app with the aim of helping writers work just a little each day.”