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Topic # 142992 31-Mar-2014 11:42
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Nine months ago we embarked on a journey with a vision to help people build better lives. To deliver our vision we started developing writr as a personal growth platform. writr allows you to focus on 7 key areas of focus in your life. It prompts you to answer questions that evokes self-analysis.

 

We released a beta version 6 weeks ago and the adoption has been excellent across the globe. We are looking forward to releasing full version very soon.

We've big future planned for writr. This is simply the beginning.

Download and try today.


Feel free to email us feedback/ideas on beta@getwritr.com

Cheers,
Team writr

www.getwritr.com

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  Reply # 1016097 31-Mar-2014 16:54
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I am unsure if the URLs are clickable but in case not here is the link to writr

http://apps.microsoft.com/windows/app/writr-beta/6b3bef0b-95ea-41ff-afad-2b5ac551c432

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  Reply # 1016099 31-Mar-2014 16:59
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Sounds great!  Sadly, I and 90% of the market won't be buying a windows 8.1 device to try your app, though :(

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1016100 31-Mar-2014 16:59
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So your target market is Windows 8.1 tablet users? Are you expanding to other platforms?

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  Reply # 1016188 31-Mar-2014 19:42
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ubergeeknz: Sounds great!  Sadly, I and 90% of the market won't be buying a windows 8.1 device to try your app, though :(


10% market share for Windows 8+ that's pretty pessimistic ;)

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  Reply # 1016190 31-Mar-2014 19:42
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amanzi: So your target market is Windows 8.1 tablet users? Are you expanding to other platforms?


good Q, it is pretty straightforward to port from Modern Windows Store app to web/iOS/Android

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