zWrite is a simple word processor.
It can import and export RTF (rich text) files.
It can import plain text files.
It can import plain HTML files.
You can have multiple documents open at once.
It supports printing.
Many fonts and font sizes are supported.
Text can be bold, italic, underlined, and/or struck-through.
User interface improvements e.g. I've updated zWrite for iOS's "smart invert" dark mode.
Fixed several font-related bugs.
Ratings and Reviews
Zack Smith does interesting stuff
The one-star review made me hesitate; but then I checked out some of the developer's free apps and liked what I saw. PhilofSci needs to go to iOS school, because if you can find your rtf file in Files, you can import via Share | Copy to zWrite. Export is only via email, which is so 2005, but I do my rtf authoring in script anyway, so I don't really need export. The one cool thing I haven't seen elsewhere is the ability to have multiple files open at once. Another nice touch is that the font and fontsize under the cursor is displayed at the top of the document. It's worth mentioning that the font picker does not have the complete list of fonts, but if you import a file containing a different font, it displays just fine. Four stars because of the features/price ratio.
Zwrite App worthless
I love the zWrite on my MacBook Pro. I use it to plan all my writing projects. But (despite representations to the contrary), no way to open my projects from my laptop. I cannot figure out how to import or open any document that is not created new on my iPad. I have 25 years of research and work on my novel on my laptop and cannot get on my iPad. Don’t bother with the iPad zWrite.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.