The Ubuntu Convergence is almost a reality, but still, that reality needs apps and functions that work interchangeably in mobile and desktop mode. Some of these apps have become famous like one V but it seems that this exclusivity has not lasted long.
Recently we have known an app called uWriter that not only allows us to write text notes on our mobile but can also be used as an efficient word processor which will work in both mobile and desktop mode.
uWriter is a word processor optimized for all devices
uWriter does not have complex functions like LibreOffice or Microsoft Word, but it does work as well as Google Docs, a cloud alternative that many users will surely be using in the absence of good options like uWriter. The great thing about uWriter is its mobile mode. Unlike many other apps, including Android apps, uWriter has an ideal design for any user Not only can you write easily, but you can also navigate between the application menus and you can quickly and efficiently apply the styles you want to your text.
uWriter is also compatible with other terminal technologies, that is, bluetooth compatible, so the user can connect a keyboard or a mouse to their mobile and be able to write text as if it were a desktop computer, without having a data connection, unlike other services such as Google Drive. This makes uWriter ideal not only for mobiles but also for devices such as tablets or desktop mode.
The app is free and is available from the Ubuntu Store or through uApp Explorer, an interesting market to find new apps and applications for our devices Do not you think?