750 Words Alternatives

    750 Words is described as 'online plain text editor with autosave and fullscreen edit options, 750 Words also lets you track your progress and earn points for achievements. Login with Google, Yahoo or Facebook Connect' and is an website in the News & Books category. There are more than 10 alternatives to 750 Words, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, iPhone and iPad. The best alternative is TextMaker, which is free. Other great sites and apps similar to 750 Words are Byword (Paid), OmmWriter (Paid), Atlantis Word Processor (Freemium) and WriteNext (Free).

    This page was last updated Sep 13, 2021

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    1. Swift Publisher is an easy-to-use page layout and desktop publishing app for Mac.
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    2. For Mac users to write without distractions. WriteRoom is a full screen writing environment. Unlike the cluttered word processors you're used to, WriteRoom lets you focus on writing. Requires Mac OS X 10.7+

      Discontinued

      The program is no longer available for iOS. The Mac version, v3.2.1, released in August 2012, can be still bought from the AppStore.

    3. - Daypage is a Slack bot your users chat with to record their progress for each day. - Users can get reminders to enter their daily progress. - Users can query their teammates daily entries with simple commands given to the Daypage bot.
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      kaleemhussaini Quite odd that this is ranked so low, easily the closest alternative to 750words that I found. And i had been searching for ages. if you're like me who got hooked to the 1 month streak in 750words.com and do not want to commit to their subscription fees, then i'd highly recommend migrating to this.
      Positive comment about 4 years ago

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    4. Zen helps you to focus on your writing... It's writing only. It's fullscreen. It's Zen.
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    5. Koalawriter is a fullscreen, distraction-free plain text editor with customizable background images and ambient music. Like its Mac OS counterpart Ommwriter, its onscreen controls fade out of sight when you begin to type and appear again on mouseover.

      Discontinued

      Last commit dates from 2010, and the last issue (still marked as new) dates from 2013, without an answer.

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    6. Write Honey is a free online tool that helps you jot down everything that's on your mind. Doing this is beneficial for many reasons: - You think critically about how to word thoughts in your brain. This makes your thoughts more coherent.
    7. MarkMyWords is the ideal markup-writing tool for authors. By using Markdown, MultiMarkdown, Textile, Wikitext, HTML or BBCode MarkMyWords makes writing articles for the web a breeze and remains platform-independent by using plain text documents.
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    8. - Write 500 or more words every morning - See what emotions prevail in your text - Check out what mood you're in based on your writing - Reveal topics your writing is associated with - Set up your personal reminder to maintain your daily habit of writing in the...
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