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Well Done
Very good app that should serve Writers well!
MagicIsMyLife on Aug 6, 2010 for Writer's Studio
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Amazing Functions. Even more amazing price
There are a few other apps like this, but with only one or two of the features and capabilities this one has. If you actually look for similar apps you will find a considerable decrease in application options and a ridiculous increase in what you'll have to pay. So to the people with a functioning imagination and a balanced grip on common sense, I highly recommend this App for it's many functionalities, great price, and fast effective support.
azeronisking on Aug 5, 2010 for Writer's Studio
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So good you'll tear up!
What can I say? You write that little book your grandma told you and put it on Youu Tube and your heart just melts. Easy, just try the buttons and it's okay and really fun.
BeachCutie2 on Jul 31, 2010 for Writer's Studio
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A very intriguing page-layout app
This is a fascinating little piece of software, and I'm not sure it's being posed to market correctly. While the option to add a soundtrack to a document is intriguing, more than anything else, Writer's Studio strikes me as being a page-layout app in a vein similar to InDesign, Quark, or Publisher. This is really interesting to see on the iPad. And it is absolutely worth the buck you pay for it. I have a brief wishlist for the next version, though, which is what's keeping it four-star for me right now: 1. The ability to set different fonts within a typeface - If I choose (frex) the Georgia typeface, and then select bold as the font option, the entire text frame becomes Georgia, bold. It would be very useful to be able to set this with more precision, word-by-word. 2. The ability to set text justification - left, right, center, full, etc. 3. Text flowing - letting the user define multiple text frames that are connected or threaded, so text that fills one frame will automatically flow into the next, even if it's on another page. 4. Columns and guides - being able to set these and snap to them, especially when working with shapes or text frames, would put this app a lot closer to being a page-layout program. 5. Export to desktop - This app's source code, if it were recompiled for a desktop OS target, would be halfway to being a page layout program already. Alternately, being able to export files to EPS would let users pass their completed projects through Acrobat Distiller, theoretically creating a plate-ready prepress document.
warrenao on Jul 27, 2010 for Writer's Studio
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Great but...
The apps you create are wonderful, but NO instructions on how to use them! Takes a long time of trial and error and playing to figure them out. This is unnecessary for such great work. Not well thought out.
Redbirdsm on Jul 8, 2010 for Writer's Studio
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I should of thought about it!
The app wasn't what I thought it was going to be. Maybe I didn't play with long enough?... but for someone who pretty much buys only photo apps to create fun photos. This is not one I recommend. Sorry:)
mrgomez127 on Jun 28, 2010 for Writer's Studio
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