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It’s harder than it used to be to accidentally lose all your work. Apps come with auto-save, and Chrome tries to warn you before you close a tab with unsaved work. But hit enter too fast, or suffer a crash, and you could still lose a lot of writing. It can happen to a Facebook update, an application form, or a blog post.

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iOS: One of the annoying things about working with text on your phone or iPad is that properly formatting it can be a bother, especially when you're copying and pasting between apps and get line breaks where you don't want them. Clean Text for iOS aims to fix that.

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Plain text has long been a favourite here at Lifehacker, but over the years most people have moved away from it in favour of specialised to-do apps, notes apps, writing apps or whatever else. I still use plain text for just about everything, but never thought much about why I do. The more I thought about it, the more I realised that snazzy features aside, plain text is still king for portability and simplicity.

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Mac: Whether you're a writer, coder or simply spend your days writing lots of emails, text formatting is a constant need. TextFlow is a set of Automator actions that makes it easy to instantly manipulate text with options to change case, delete extra spaces and grab URLs.