This tool is certainly the most unique of the list and a must have for authors that have multiple different series in the works. Persona comes packed with physiological traits and personality archetypes, allowing you to easily create realistic and meaningful characters with ease. Persona also lets you know how different characters personalities usually interact.
$39.95 Software – 5 out of 5 Stars
This mobile app is perfect for organizing your characters and fleshing out their details on the go. This app even gives you the ability to build your lore, locations, and important plot settings while linking them all together. If you find yourself traveling with only a phone and wish you could be writing, this is a good way to stay productive and motivated.
Free Android App – Contains Ads – 4.4 out of 5 Stars
This software is what would happen if your word document went out adventuring, grinded its way to level 99, and learned a ton of new abilities. If you have trouble staying organized you might want to look into this paid software. Scrivener has an intuitive outliner, virtual index cards with the power to change your text on re-order, and more.
$40 Software – 3.9 out of 5 Stars
Write it now is similar to Scrivener in most ways. This software however, offers a few more capabilities like a thesaurus, cliche finder, readability checker, and more. Choose this over Scrivener if you would enjoy the extra features and wouldn’t mind the slightly less intuitive interface.
$69.95 Software – 3.9 out of 5 Stars
This dictation software is a must have if you prefer to write your book the verbal way. I have not personally tried it but the community seems to agree this is one of the best voice-to-text platforms available, which is why it makes the list of best software for writing.
$46.46 Software – 3.5 out of 5 Stars
Dabble is another writing and organization platform. What this one does better than the rest is it’s intuitive interface that allows you to easily plot your story. You can create scenes and move them around in any way that you wish until you have a general idea of your plot line.