Editorially Alternatives

    Editorially is described as 'Write. Rewrite. Share and discuss. Everything you need to make good writing great' and is an website in the News & Books category. There are more than 50 alternatives to Editorially, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including Mac, Windows, Linux and Android. The best alternative is Joplin, which is both free and Open Source. Other great sites and apps similar to Editorially are Typora (Free), Mark Text (Free, Open Source), ghostwriter (Free, Open Source) and Markdown (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Apr 7, 2021

    1. Monospace is a minimal notes and writing app, built from the ground up with a designed-for-touch UI. It get's rid of the standard editing features you'd find in standard writing and notes apps and replaces them with a modern-styled, essentials-only formatting popup.
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    2. #Markdown is a efficient markdown editor for OS X, iPhone and iPad. ##Features: live preview, sync scroll, auto save, powerful actions, custom themes and CSS, HTML export,math, enhanced CJK support and more.
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      Typed is a stunning new Markdown editor and writing app for Mac, and the first that improves your focus so you can create great content.
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    3. MarkUpDown is an editor specialized to make creating Markdown code easy for beginners and experts.
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    4. Zen by Unit is a free, minimal, fast, private writing app. Just open and use.
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    5. A Markdown editor with syntax highlighting and live preview.
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    6. Keenwrite is a Java-based desktop text editor with live preview, string interpolation, and formulas. With real-time spell checking, Tex-based match rendering, document statistics and even .
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      • Self-Hosted
      A simple Markdown note-taking editor.
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