Pure Writer

Best Free Android Apps: Pure Writer – plain text editor

There’s a strict eligibility criteria for inclusion in this series. See the Eligibility Criteria section below.

Pure Writer is a plain text editor. The editor is designed to be minimalistic and tries to help the writer focus on writing content.

The app has a protective mechanism to ensure you never lose your content. It’s autosave functionality ensures content is saved every couple of seconds.

Pure Writer
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Features include:

  • Markdown support.
  • Line and paragraph spacing.
  • Smooth scrolling.
  • Swipe-to-collapse keyboard.
  • Encrypt work with your fingerprint.
  • Share your content with other apps.
  • History record, undo and redo – ensures you’ll never lose your work.
  • Typewriter mode.
  • Find and replace.
  • Emoji support.

FavouritePure Writer is a versatile text editor that offers a well developed protective mechanism that has backup and cloud backup at its heart.

There is a pro version available which isn’t free.

The developer also produces a desktop version for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows which is open source software, licensed under the GNU General Public License v3.0.

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Eligibility criteria

For an Android app to be awarded our love, it must satisfy the following criteria:
bullet-valid-icon High quality with a good set of features, stable in operation and mature software;
bullet-valid-icon No charge to use the app;
bullet-valid-icon No intrusive ads in the program;
bullet-valid-icon Open source and proprietary software can be included;
bullet-valid-icon Apps where additional functionality is available for a payment can be included where appropriate.
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2 years ago

no comments here related to whether it is possible to save to / read from sd card ?

2 years ago
Reply to  Ajc

You could always find out yourself and post back your findings rather than just leech and give nothing back.