We have dozens of ways to take notes on our iPhones, and while some have exquisite, minimal interfaces, others are feature-rich powerhouses that try to mimic desktop functionality on a mobile device. Write for Dropbox wants to be everything at once, and it comes as close to succeeding as any app we've ever used. By utilizing a nifty three-panel interface – with a tool bar, document list, and main writing window – Write deftly uses every inch of real estate at its disposal, with oodles of sharing options and one of the most powerful virtual keyboards we've ever used.
The App Store is filled with ways to write on the iPhone. Some are clean and quick, others are overly designed digital notebooks with features that mostly get in the way. None of them are perfect. I use several writing apps throughout the day depending on my mood and need, and judging by the overlapping reviews in the App Store, it would seem I'm not alone. At least one iPhone developer was fed up enough to do something about it.