Sage Software announced today that its free screenwriting tool Screenwriter’s Codes will be available on the Apple App Store and Google Play on iOS devices starting today.
Screenwriter Codes is a free software application that allows users to create a basic script, write it to a digital camera and upload it to the app.
Users can then edit and upload their work to a screenwriter website or send it to other people through the app and link their scripts to a public profile on the screenwriter.
The Screenwriter apps also include a free “screenwriting test” that allows the user to review a script and then write it again.
Screenwriters can also download a free screenwriter preview tool that allows them to edit a screenplay before uploading it to Screenwriter.
It will be updated as more screens are released.
Sage Software, which also makes a free editing software called Screenwriter, recently acquired the Screenwriter development team.
The app also includes a free online writing training program called “Screenwriter Online,” which is designed to teach screenwriters about the tools they’ll need to be successful screenwriters.
ScreenWriter Codes will run on Android, Windows, Mac, and Linux.
The app is available for free in the US, UK, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, India, and Brazil.
If you’re interested in helping to make Screenwriter better, you can head over to Sage Software’s support page and ask for help with the app or email them at [email protected]
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