Freewriter is gesture-based. Gestures are subtle yet natural. And once learned, they are never forgotten.
Touch a word to select it. Touch between words to insert text between words (appropriate spacing will be included automatically).
touch and hold
Touch and hold on a word for a moment. Then drag your finger with the flow of text to select a range of words. Or, drag your finger against the flow of text to reposition the starting point.
touch and hold with two fingers
Touch and hold with two fingers to target a precise insertion point between your fingers. Drag your fingers to move the insertion point.
double tap with two fingers
Tap twice with two fingers to copy selected text or paste text into an insertion point.
Shake to recover deleted text.
Pinch in/out (zoom in/out) to adjust font size.
Swipe up and down to scroll through your manuscript. Swipe right or left to navigate to or from your list of manuscripts.*
Tap the ellipses at the top or bottom of your manuscript to scroll through your manuscript. Double tap the ellipses to jump to the beginning or end. Tap in the margins to move the insertion point.
The gesture-based keyboard allows you to swipe keys as well as press them. You can switch between this keyboard and the standard iOS keyboard by pressing the key in the upper right (or lower left) corner.
Press a key and slide your finger up, down, left or right. Each direction will modify the key's action differently. For example: Keyswipe up on letter keys to insert capital letters. Keyswiping can also be used to insert alternative punctuations as well as language specific diacritics. Try it out.
press and hold on a key
Press and hold on a key for more options. Press and hold on punctuation keys to reveal more punctuations. Press and hold on the space key to reveal numbers, footnotes and special keys. Press and hold on letter keys to reveal their diacritics. Press and hold the word hop key to continuously word hop. Press and hold the delete key to continuously select a range of text from the initial insertion point.
Freewriter can be personalized with your favorite font and color scheme from within the app. Tap the upper left corner of your manuscript list to reveal font and color options. Freewriter also supports multiple languages. Just remember to set your language preference in the Settings App.
Scroll to the beginning of your manuscript and swipe down to reveal three export options: cut,* copy and email.* You can cut the entire manuscript, copy it or email it to yourself or someone else.
* feature only available in paid version.
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