Scribbler is a single webapp that works anywhere you can access the web — Desktop computers, tablets, and even Smart Phones.
Scribbler isn't just another silo — locking away your files and making it hard to get them out, or share them. Instead Scribber uses Dropbox to store your files, so they are always back on your home/office computer no matter where you use the app.
Don't have a Dropbox account? No problem, you can get one for free…
Remember that important thing you wrote -you know the one you deleted last month and forgot about? Of course you don't… not until just now that is.
Scribbler has the ultimate undo: you can view and restore, any of the last 10,000 versions of each file in a project.
Wonder what you novel would look like if the protagonist were a different gender? A different race? An alien?
Scribbler doesn't think of your project as a bunch of individual files, it treats them as one unit. At any time you can save a draft — everything in your project — tracked by date and time. Refer back, restore files, and have the freedom to experiment.
It's more than just one word after the other. Its research and notes and character biographies and more. Scribbler makes it easy to store, see, and search all to bookmarks associated with a project.
The words we use are as important as the ideas we present. They need to have the right sound, the right nuance, and mean what we think they mean.
Scribbler's WordSmith feature lets you look up definitions, get synonyms and antonyms, find rhymes, and search for jut the right word. All to help make you a better writer.
It's more than just one word after the other. Its research and notes and character biographies and more. Each scribbler project has its own mini-wiki where you can keep track of every idea and detail of your project.
Scribbler was designed and implemented by me, Jock Murphy, so I could have a better way to write. I understand the problems and needs of someone who just needs to get down to stringing words together. It is designed to be powerful, work with you, and get out of your way.
Easy! Just go to Scribbler.Lemur-Labs.com
While Scribbler is in its public beta, there is nothing you required to buy. Eventually there will be some features that will not be available in the free version… for example WordSmith — it costs us money to provide that feature.
We really don't want to slather the page with ads, and we are sure you don't want them there either. Instead we are asking that if you like Scribbler, if you find it useful, that you pay for it.
|Scribbler free||Scribbler Plus||Scribbler Pro|
|Support||Website only||Website and e-mail||Website, e-mail, and phone support|
|Features||All base features||All base features plus WordSmith||All base features plus WordSmith|
|Influence||Uncertain||Periodic polls and surveys to influence development||Periodic polls and surveys to influence development, and the ability to prioritize the work on one feature or bug|
|Try Now||Coming Soon…|
1: Actual effect on Karma may not be directly measurable.
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