QuietWrite Is A Mostly Blank, Aqua Blue Space To Think In

It's a strange thing, so many apps competing to be the "quietest" space for writing. QuietWrite might have a shot at the title, though. It's just your auto-saved text, a menu only if you move the cursor, and public publishing, if you want it.

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There is, in the settings, a place to change your chosen font, font size, and the name you publish under. But beyond that, QuietWrite is a plain, blue-themed place to do some writing. The publish-if-you-wanna model is novel, and gives you a place to direct a group or just friends to your writing that's not quite as public as a blog post.

QuietWrite is a free webapp that requires a sign-up if you want to publish a number of posts under a common name.

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