KB wrote:Pretty much all programs across OS X excepting Word and OpenOffice use the standard OS X spelling and grammar checker, so I strongly disagree that this is a "fail for the program". The spelling checker is good enough for Pages and Mail, for instance, and for most users (it's not something that's ever really come up as an issue before). As a single developer, it would make no sense to invest major time and investment on a new spelling- and grammar-checking system when there is already one built into the text system with which the vast majority of users are happy, and to which they are accustomed from other programs.
(I do also tend to think that an over-reliance on spelling- and grammar-checkers beyond basic spell-checks is an evil of the computer age. )
All the best,
I would disagree with the sentiment, but not the restrictions on your time.
If, however, you wish to develop your product to fit the needs of a professional customer base, beyond the hobbyists, you will need to think about putting together a software development team and then finding some investors. You have a winning idea, but it is only working for creative types and hobbyists at the moment. To grow your company/brand you need to look at the next level of development, which will reach a much broader audience.
So, I've had my say, and I won't to posting anymore. I actually have a job which I need to get back to.