Over the last few days, I’ve been looking over the app Weekend Read by Quote-Unquote Apps.
The app let’s you read various screenplays, and not just independent, hardly heard of screenplays but from movies like Big Fish, The Boxtrolls, Wizard of Oz, and more. Along with the ones provided, you can add your own through links or Dropbox.
The interface was fairly easy to use–not perfect but not difficult. With the app, you can also switch between a “modern” version of the screenplay and a version of the one submitted to studios.
I wasn’t too found with only being able to store four files in the library–unless I wanted to pay more, but you can delete screenplays you’ve already read.
The app’s look isn’t flashy; it is pretty standard for a file reader. But the simple look makes it easy to locate what you want. The simple look also makes the app inviting. I didn’t feel like this was something only a big-time screenwriter could understand. The app isn’t filled with confusing jargon; it is designed for everyone in mind.
Compared to other apps, it isn’t the most exciting, but it is a fairly inexpensive tool if you are looking into writing your own screenplay and want examples. It is also good for, just as the name states, a weekend read. 3.9/5
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