LivingWriter Vs Scrivener


Scrivener Is Outdated

There are some major setbacks that you will find in any Scrivener review. This is what sets LivingWriter apart. Scrivener is similar to LivingWriter in terms of features.

We both have drag and drop chapters and subchapters, templates, virtual corkboards, dark mode, and chapter notes. But there are some major differences between LivingWriter and Scrivener.

The first major difference between LivingWriter and Scrivener is the user experience.

LivingWriter Knows How Your Brain Works

Anyone who’s ever used Scrivener or read a Scrivener review knows that it’s a big to-do.

There are trainings that cost thousands of dollars just to teach you how to use the features of Scrivener. At the very least you need to watch YouTube videos and read their tutorial which reads like a manuscript.

Unlike Scrivener, LivingWriter has no learning curve. In fact, the difficult user experience of Scrivener is one of the reasons that LivingWriter was developed.

It seemed about time that there was a book writing app that lived up to the technology of 2020.

Scrivener is so complicated and has such an outdated interface because it was originally created over a decade ago.

Scrivener has stated that they do not plan to rebuild the program to create a more user-friendly experience.

Why LivingWriter Is Better

Intuitive Modern Interface

LivingWriter has many of the same features as Scrivener, however, improved with the writer in mind.

This image shows a view of your main screen while you type. A clean interface that can toggle between your notes or your goals.

Cloud-Based Editor

Another concern with Scrivener is that it isn’t web or cloud-based so you can’t access your work from just any device. You can only sync your files if you use a third-party storage service.

Unlike Scrivener, LivingWriter backs up your work for every keystroke, safely within the cloud from your desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet!