Poets and mobile applications - a digital approach to writing

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Poets and mobile applications - a digital approach to writing

T.S Eliot, John Don, Margaret Atwood, Franz Kafka, Sylvia Plath, Shakespeare, Saadat Hassan Manto, and many other greatest writers- do you know what binds them together?

Well, it’s their way of writing and expressing, either the pain, happiness, politics, sadness, reality and any other emotions without hurting the sentiments of anyone in any way. That is the reason, writers and poets are absolutely different from a common man.

There are two types of writers, the first category of writers belongs to those who express other people’s stories whereas the second category of writers falls for those who convey their own story in a precise and expressive manner.

Also, it will not be wrong to say that anyone can write but what differentiates a writer /poet and a common person is binding expressions beautifully.

For instance, take the example of Margaret Atwood piece- “There’s the story, then there’s the real story, then there’s the story of how the story came to be told. Then there’s what you leave out of the story. Which is part of the story too.” and another artistic approach from Virginia Wolf “Nothing has really happened until it has been described”.

Can you see how beautifully they expressed the highest of emotions, that too without creating a chaos of expressions?

Though these writers are not here today but their thoughts, writings are well-preserved and has been passed on to generations by generations. And keeping them as inspirations, today, many people are in the field of writings and poetry.

By keeping what is trending the market and in the society, startups and various businesses have opted for a way to give a digital platform to budding writers too. That viable way is the mobile application.

Yes, mobile applications are the most safest and digital way to transform a raw idea into a great idea. To let budding writers and poets, mobile applications are becoming the medium to raise concerns, the voice, social stigma or anything that should be taken into account digitally.

Keeping the same thought in mind, mobile app development companies with the help of their Android app developers, iOS developers are robust applications for expressing thoughts.

There are many applications that are dedicated to offering a platform for writers/poets. Not just that there are apps from where one can get access to the best of poems too. A few among them are-

Top 5 apps dedicated to writing

1. The poetry magazine app

If you have ever searched “The Poetry Foundation”, you must have downloaded their app too. The foundation’s poetry app enables thousands of users to get access to the best of the poem- be it of contemporary or classic poets. The app allows subscribers to search for the poem by a poem’s line or by the name of the author all the while saving and sharing their favorites on social media platforms.

2. Poetry Everywhere
We all have read poems and poetry in a written format but the app Poetry Everywhere has changed the concept by introducing poetry in a video format. The app is the video graphical collection of short poetry by contemporary poets.

3. Poetry Daily
For the love of poems, Poetry Daily is one of the apps in the list. Using the application, users can get access to the anthology of contemporary poetry. Every day, the app gets updated with a new poem from a variety of poets for free.

4. Pocket Poetry
For people who are avid readers of poems, the Pocket Poetry app is one of the best ways to get one free poem a day. The poems that are viewable change every month but you can bookmark the favorites too.

5. The Poetry Hour
From classic poets to renowned English actors like Lily James, Eddie Redmayne, the app is the collection of over 300 poems. The app is known for bringing timeless literature to life. Apart from watching, listening, reading the poem in the app, the app allows users to create and share poetry over images.

These are the best of Android and iOS platform applications to indulge in apart from many other successful ones.

The interest for writing was always there from the very beginning and in the coming year, the craze for writing and sharing will transform fully digital.

Matching the demand, businesses, startups are moving forward to get started with it.

“Poetry is not a turning loose of emotion, but an escape from emotion; it is not the expression of personality, but an escape from personality. But, of course, only those who have personality and emotions know what it means to want to escape from these things”- T. S. Eliot

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