The iPad is a great tool for writing, blogging and note-taking with the right tools. A set of free available apps, from notebooks to fully fledged text editors in the App Store are all you need for writing on the device. More and more people are using mobile devices to create content — and gratefully, there are lots of new apps that make it incredibly easy to write on the go.
Here is a compiled list of few magnificent writing applications for iPad that fulfill the needs of professional writing and journalism.
Simplenote is an outstanding app that let you get the words out of your head onto the screen. However, it is generally viewed as an app used for notetaking more than writing.
iAwriter is the best way to write without distractions on the iPad. Even without an external keyboard the extra row of punctuation and navigation keys speed up typing dramatically.
If you’re a frequent journal writer, then this is the app for you. Private Journal not only let you to write in it, but you can also add photos and connect with your iPad to iTunes library right from within the application.
The beautifully designed user interface is best suitable for novel writing. Whether you are writing an entire novel, a short story, or even articles for submission to magazines this application is the perfect blend of beauty and functionalities.
Pages is the most beautiful word processor you’ve ever seen on a mobile device. It may be the ideal app for creating and editing word documents on the iPad.