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 focued 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.
Add images from your hard drive or the web. Simply drag and drop the image into the Editor window.
Add an inline link by simply wrapping the text in brackets and the URL in parentheses.
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.