Final Draft App for Windows 8, 10 Demoed, Getting Launched Soon
At the Surface Pro 3 launch event we’ve seen Microsoft showcase the upcoming Adobe Creative Cloud app for Windows 8, as well as NY Times Crossword. And now we’re talking about Final Draft.
The above screenshot that you see depicts the Final Draft app on a Surface Pro 3 with annotations made directly on the screen thanks to the improved Surface Pen. This means that the Final Draft app is on the cards and will soon see its way on the Windows Store for Windows 8 users, as it’s not available right now. We haven’t been given an estimate, but it should make its way in the near future.
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Final Draft Writer lets you write, edit and read Final Draft scripts on your iPad. Create new scripts or edit existing ones with easy-to-use features such as Tab and Enter navigation, ScriptNotes™, SmartType™, and more. Easily move your Final Draft 9 scripts from desktop to iPad and back again. Your scripts will appear perfectly paginated and formatted to industry standards every time. *Professionally formatted TV, Film and Stageplay templates to help get you started *Automatic More’s and Continued’s *SmartType remembers your Character Names, Scene Headings, and more *Quickly change elements with Tab and Enter quick-navigation *Go paperless and carry all your scripts with you everywhere you go *Character Highlighting allows you to keep track of your characters for table reads or character development
We’ll be here to report when it does get launched for all you screen writers out there!
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