Announcing Hemingway 2.0

Hemingway Editor
Jul 19, 2015 · 2 min read

It’s been a wild year for the Hemingway Editor. The response we’ve received from writers across the globe has been humbling. So far, 2 million of you have accessed our app to make your writing bold and clear. In fact, we’ve seen users from every country on earth…except North Korea.

Step it up Kim Jong Un.

Today, we’re proud to announce our first major upgrade — Hemingway Editor 2.0. It is the result of countless discussions with writers and involved a full rewrite of the app. Not only does the program work better than ever, it also includes many new features, including:

Web and Desktop

Text Formatting

You asked for it and we delivered. With Hemingway 2.0, you can add bold, italics, headlines, and bulleted lists.

Desktop Version

Write for the web

When you’re ready to publish, you can export your formatted text as HTML or Markdown. We’ll include all the formatting tags for your blogging platform or CMS.

Import Text From Word Files

Hemingway makes it even easier to work alongside Microsoft Word. We’ve added the ability to import text from .docx files — no more copying and pasting between programs. You can even export your finished work as a Word document (.docx).

Auto Updates

Hemingway 2.0 can now auto-update to ensure you always have the best experience.

Get Hemingway 2.0 Now

You can buy Hemingway 2.0 right now at hemingwayapp.com/desktop.html for $9.99. You’ll join legions of writers who trust Hemingway to make their work bold and clear.

And for those of you who already purchased Hemingway, check your email for a link to your free upgrade.

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