Great iOS app. On my second novel using Scrivener on iPad only.
In a perfect world . . . It would be helpful to have word counts visible/accessible in two additional places: 1. On the project Binder panel on the left under each chapter title/status. This is helpful for seeing without clicking ‘under-written’ chapters and those that may need splitting. 2. Within a chapter/document, for example, tapping a point in the document and somewhere (on the black ‘contextual’ menu bubble that appears or somewhere else on the page) there appears data such as: Total # words preceding cursor; Total # words following cursor; and Total # words in this doc. Perhaps it could be implemented like the very stylish ‘Targets’ bubble (though I personally don’t find it useful on a ‘Session’ basis, but rather on a Chapter basis - perhaps it could be implemented this way?) This would be helpful as a “how far have I come” and “how much further to go” feature.
I only use iOS Scrivener. I’ve written on a Mac using Pages, Docs even MacJournal, then switched over to using an iPad for writing, using these same apps. Then I found iOS Scrivener and have never looked back. I rarely use the iPad keyboard, preferring the slower pace of the on-screen keyboard to allow me to develop sentences and structure and word choices as I type. It works for me, but I’m sure many others might find it too slow.