wwrite 4.5.0 brings a few new features, fixes a couple of bugs, and removes one item. wwrite 4.5.0 does require iOS 13.
Some of the new features include:
iOS 13 Specifics
* Dark mode for the app. By default it will match the system, but you can set your preferred style in settings.
* Multiple windows, so you can work on more than one file at a time.
* The ability to convert your files to PDF, by taking a screenshot.
Drag and Drop (iPad Only) - There are more drag and drop abilities. There is a new file icon in the toolbar on the iPad.
* You can now drag files between wwrite and wwriteLite.
* You can create copies of files by dragging from the icon in the toolbar to the File List.
* You can drag and drop templates between wwrite and wwriteLite by dragging on the specific template you want to copy between the two apps.
* You can also create copies of your templates by dragging on the template from the template ist and then dropping it right back on the list.
Other New Features
* The File List rows will now be multiple lines if necessary.
* The file name, date, and time will also go to multiple lines if necessary.
Bug Fixes - some things have been fixed
* Including attachments when emailing support will now work again.
* Fixed the crash where clicking on "support via twitter" would cause the app to crash.
* The autosave feature was not displaying properly. This has been fixed, but you may need to reset your auto save interval. Sorry about that.
* The divider between each file will now go all the way across.
* The "email" icon has been updated to a paper airplane.
* The "print" icon is now a printer.
* The title of the file will be larger and shrink as you scroll.
* The Lock/Unlock, Enable/Disable Auto Save, and Delete colors are now system colors.
Removed Feature - There is one removed feature
* The custom app email signature when sending emails has been removed. Only the system email signature will show.
If you find any bugs, are having issues, or have questions be sure to use the "Support" options within the app.
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.
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.
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.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.