Highland is used everyday for novels, comic books, school papers and blog posts.
I write exclusively in Highland. Five screenplays, three books, countless articles and blog posts. Highland is designed for the way writers actually work because I actually work in it for hours every day.
Highland is for everything you write.
Final Draft and other screenwriting apps are so screenplay-specific that it’s awkward to use them for treatments, outlines or other documents.
Highland's broad-range of PDF templates keep you focused on writing, not worrying about formatting.
Highland's tools are designed for the way you work.
Highland’s notes live inside double brackets
[[ ]] inline with your text.
Never miss a reminder or lose an idea hidden behind a tiny icon.
In Highland, the words really do come first. You're never trapped in a format.
Export your document to PDF, Markdown, HTML, .textbundle, .rtf, .fdr, .fdx, and plain text.
Check for consistency and avoid repetition.
Analyize and mark unique words in a variety of ways, including: those not in the dictionary, or words only used once.
In addition to Screenplay, Highland Basic includes the following templates:
I highly recommend Highland 2 for students and professionals alike, whether you’re a filmmaker, blogger, or writer. This app should be your go-to for creative writing, no matter the story you’re trying to tell.