I’m fortunate to be a Scrivener iOS beta tester. The iOS version of the app is coming soon, and it’s looking great. I just used it, in fact, as my primary writing app during a writing week I went away for. Not a crash in sight.
I have also at long last completed the paperwork to become a Scrivener affiliate, which means that if you or a friend purchase the app through the below links, this blog gets a 20% commission (at no extra charge to you).
I can also say, since the developer publicly has, that Scrivener for iOS runs on iPads and iPhones, supports multi-tasking, and features Dropbox sync between iOS and OS X.
While you wait for the iOS app, here are the links for purchasing Scrivener
- Scrivener 2 for Mac OS X (Education License) ($38.25, educational discount)
- Scrivener 2 for Mac OS X (Regular License) ($45)
- Scrivener for Windows (Education License) ($35, educational discount)
- Scrivener for Windows (Regular License) ($40)
You can also try Scrivener free for 30 days if you want to see what you think.