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For a minimalist, no-nonsense text editor for your tablet, look no further than Write. Great for students, Write offers only a simple blank screen (choose from black or white background) and a blinking cursor, which helps minimize distractions so you can focus on finishing that big paper that's due in a few hours. Just fire it up on your tablet, hook up a Bluetooth keyboard or other input device, and get in the zone.
When you first launch Write, you'll see a Guide document giving you the rundown on how to use the app. If you'd like, you can open it up and read it, but I would suggest jumping right in and playing around with its text instead. It should be pretty easy to figure out. Before starting your own doc, choose a theme via the menu in the top-right corner of the Home screen. The Night theme gives you white text on black background; the Day theme offers the opposite scheme. Once you're done, hit New, either on the left-hand column or on the top-right of the Home screen to get started.