Literature and Latte has released the latest beta of Scrivener for Windows today. (Yay!) They’re not quite ready for a full 1.0 release, but in the meantime, the beta versions are free – and stable and reliable enough for daily use.
I’ve been using Scrivener for Windows on a daily basis since late last year, and it’s made a huge improvement in my productivity. Don’t know if the thrill of good software, the ease of use, or how simple it makes it to organized, yet flexible.
If you haven’t checked out Scrivener for Windows yet, you really should.
Let me know what you think!
(If you’re on Mac, you’re one of the lucky ones. Scrivener has been available for Macs for several years now – more info and a free trial is available on the main Literature and Latte site.)
No, this is not a paid review, and no, I’m not getting anything for it. Anyone else can go try out the free betas just like I did. I just *really* want to share the good news. I’d fallen in love with Scrivener years ago, but it was a long distance relationship – he was Mac, and I’m Windows. Now that he has a Windows twin, all is well with the world, and we’re very happy together. So… say congratulations, and go find your own software partner!