ravensview wrote:I'm no longer waiting for this for my iPad. I might have tried it if it was available a year or so back, but would likely not have stuck with it. Because of the iPad.
I've found I really prefer Windows and mouse clicking on a PC to the iPad touch environment. Plus, my iPad 2 gets slower and slower as the iOS gets updated every few months. In the meantime, laptops have got cheaper and lighter, so rather than buy a new iPad I got an ASUS 305-CA. With Win10 and Dropbox.
My working folder in Scrivener for my book is now up on Dropbox, and I just make sure to wait a few extra seconds when opening and closing it to ensure all files show as synced.
I love it.
I understand this, to be honest. I use currently use Scrivener on a Chromebook I've hacked to run Linux and for the most part it works well enough. But...it's a compromise, the keyboard sucks, the trackpad sucks and the screen is dreadful (though it is matte, which I prefer). Scrivener on Linux is half baked compared to the Mac version and since it's been largely abandoned it's not going to approve.
So I'm holding out for the iPad version because I love the battery life, screen quality and can choose my own keyboard. I already have a Mac desktop and obviously an iPad - I have no desire to spend $2000AUD to get an accessory writing device if the iPad version meets my needs.