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Product Review: Scrivener for iOS

The desktop iteration of this word processing software is a knockout, so how does the mobile version stack up? Column by Christopher Shultz Two years ago and some change, I reviewed the desktop word processor Scrivener for this site. In it, I alluded to the possibility of a mobile iteration of Literature & Latte's signature software. At the time, the news was still, in a nutshell, "We're working on it," with the explanation as to its.
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