wwriteLite version 8.0.0 introduced a new feature called prompts. There are two different types of prompts, there are "Writing Prompts" and "One word Prompts". Both of these are available as widgets.
Writing Prompts is a prompt with a new one being shown every week. As the name implies, it provides a writing prompt. Some examples are:
- Think about the best vacation you have taken and write about why it is your favorite.
- Write about your favorite childhood toy.
- Write a story about living as part of King Arthur's entourage.
This can be added as a widget in either the Today View (on iOS, iPadOS, or macOS) or it can be placed on one of your homescreens (iOS or iPadOS).
One Word Prompts
The "One Word" prompt is also aptly named in that it will provide you with a new word to provide a prompt. There is a new word every day. Some examples include:
Every effort has been made to not have duplicates, but it is possible that there will be some along the way.
Both Writing and One Word prompts are localized into each of the languages supported in the app.