http://www.macworld.com/article/1168361 ... d_app.html
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Indeed, the $30 Writer has quite a few features packed in: You can open any Final Draft 8 script within the app; create new Screenplay, Stageplay, and TV scripts; scan through automatically-paginated screenplays; use Final Draft’s SmartType system to automatically fill in character names and scene headings; view cast, scene, and location reports; lock pages; view and switch revisions; and more.
Scrivener also drew mention:
Final Draft is currently on sale for $30, though that will raise to $50 on October 1. “I’m rooting for Final Draft (and Scrivener, and Movie Magic Screenwriter),” August told us, “because I want to make sure there’s always a market for high-end professional screenwriting apps. The race to the bottom in software pricing is dangerous.”
This news makes me more excited than ever to see Scrivener come to the iPad. Mine needs to become more than a consumption tool.