May 26, 2017

Get a Major Discount on WriterDuet Screenwriting Software Ahead of App Launch

WriterDuet Discount iOS Android App
Next month, all WriterDuet Pro customers will get access to the new iOS/Android app.

WriterDuet is often likened to the Google Docs of screenwriting. The software enables live collaboration and provides an extensive toolset for professional screenwriters.

But it's expensive: currently, it costs $159 for a lifetime premium license, and on June 1st, the price will increase to $199. However, as a way to promote the upcoming app launch, WriterDuet is now offering the software for $127 for a limited time with promo code WDPRO20 when you buy it here.

Here's a brief rundown of the WriterDuet Pro features:

  •  Desktop application
  •  Dropbox and Google backups
  •  Customizable PDF watermarks
  •  Pin drop and typewriter mode
  •  Save unlimited scripts
  •  Write online or offline
  •  Auto-save to your hard drive
  •  Script statistics and reports
  •  Search and export drafts from any point in history
  •  Real-time collaboration

I've used WriterDuet to collaborate on a script before. With automatic backups to Google Drive or Dropbox and comprehensive versioning, it's a good way to feel secure that your work is being saved, even as multiple writers edit the same document. For solo writers, the intuitive feature set in offline mode is competitive with Final Draft. With export/import to all major screenwriting formats, WriterDuet is another major contender in the screenwriting software space. This is a good opportunity to get a lifetime license at a good price.      

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Base on my knowledge and friends (small sample size) and what I read, Final Draft seems to be the standard ....might be tough sledding in a limited market (how many screenwriters are there) with an established "standard" already in place. But, competition is always good for the consumer!

May 27, 2017 at 12:08PM


Final Draft is widely considered overpriced dinosaur software, coasting on its "standard" reputation. Its days will soon be numbered. I've personally gone with Writer Duet, but there are numerous up-and-coming competitors that outclass Final Draft in everything but established user base.

May 27, 2017 at 6:43PM


I use FadeIn. It's cheaper than both of these and does everything you might need. FinalDraft does not support Unicode (imagine that), while FadeIn does. Enough said.

May 28, 2017 at 7:00PM, Edited May 28, 7:00PM

Pavel Tsvetkov

Great article but according to some reports there are also some other similar apps which can be found on TweakBox or AppToko



June 21, 2017 at 2:17PM



Just a great software but compare to other it is very easy. Also there are several software or app available and now day by day new app will be launch.

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August 17, 2017 at 2:38AM