Personally, I think you’ll be able to comfortably use all three apps in both scenarios.
However, each app has a unique focus on what it wants to do best. Scrivener started as a Mac application and was specifically designed as a tool that helps novelists to write a book – from start to finish.
And once it’s finished, I can hit publish and Ulysses will automagically push this article straight into my Medium account. Unlike Scrivener, you can also compile your work as an epub file on your mobile devices.
The same applies for articles that you want to publish on your Word Press blog. So in the case of Ulysses “minimalist” doesn’t mean “lacking functionality” – which I find commendable; and, personally, I’m really digging the minimalist approach.
You can move your articles, called sheets, freely from one group to another, meaning that once a draft is finished and you’ve hit the publish button, you can easily move it from the “drafts” into the “published” group.
Both Scrivener and Ulysses have loads of additional features that I haven’t yet talked about (word count goals, keyword tagging,…), but the information so far hopefully gives you a good idea what the writing experience is like on an i Pad Pro.
Both apps are a great choice for writers and they make writing on the i Pad Pro a fun endeavour.
Last but not least, let’s have a look at i A Writer.
Have you wondered about the i Pad Pro’s functionality when it comes to writing long copy like blog posts or a novel? In fact, this blog post is currently being written on an i Pad Pro. Then let’s start by having a look at my three favorite writing apps: Scrivener, Ulysses and i A Writer.
Scrivener, Ulysses and i A Writer are three apps that, to me, really stand out from the crowd.