When I was a child, I was encouraged to write down every thought I had during a lesson.
When I was at college, I took the time during my sophomore year to write my notes and I loved it.
The more I wrote, the more I could learn from it and the more it allowed me to practice my writing.
In the same way, I now write the same thing for the PostWriter.
It is a smartphone app that helps you write your own post, which is a lot of the time, but also more time-consuming.
If you want to do a lot more of the writing on your own, the app can do a better job of it, but it is also more of a hassle.
So, I decided to get one.
I had been using a different writing app for years and when I realized that the Post writer has an iPad app that does the same, I got it.
It has been a year and a half since I have used this app, but I feel like it has become my go-to app for my writing process.
And I know it is only getting better.
After using the Postwriter for a month or so, I have noticed some things.
First, the writing is much more structured.
Instead of the “you just have to sit and think about it” approach to writing, the Writing Toolkit is more of an “instructions manual”.
When you get the app, you are shown a lot that you can do to improve your writing, and that is great.
Second, the post is much faster than it was before.
You can write for up to 8 hours on the app and you can also write it while watching videos on the iPad.
Finally, the iPad app does not block your writing.
You can use it on other devices as well, like the iPad Air, iPad mini, iPad, and Apple TV.
All in all, I am very happy with the writing experience and it helps me be much more efficient and productive.
What do you think of the Post Writing ToolKit?
What are your favorite apps for writing?