Top 5 Minimal Markdown Editors for Android

Top 5 Minimal Markdown Editors for Android

Markdown aims to make writing for the web as easy as possible. It allows you to create plain text documents without having to worry about HTML tags. With the high penetration of cell phones in our lives, it is probably not surprising that many people are looking to write / type markdowns on their phones. Here we take a specific look at some of the best Markdown editors available for Android.

1. Markor

Markor is a solid Markdown text editor with a tabbed interface. Users have the choice of using it with a dark or light theme. It also works completely offline.

Markdown Markor1 Text Editor

The tabs are Files, To Do, Quicknote, and more. With the Files tab, you will be able to view, browse and select files to view and edit. To-Do lets you create to-do lists. Here you can do things like check off completed items, add categories and tags, prioritize tasks, and even attach links, files, images, and audio. As the name suggests, Quicknote lets you quickly jot down important information. The More tab gives you access to things like the option to rate the app and app settings.

2.iA Writer

Certainly, you will miss out on some great features if you don’t buy the paid version of iAWriter. However, you will still have access to some decent features even with the free version. These include the ability to create Markdown files without much hassle. Another cool feature is that there is a Device (Private) folder that you can use to store Markdown files that are only accessible from iAWriter.

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There is also a public folder (Device (Public)) accessible by other apps on your Android device. You have the option of opening Markdown files in other locations because there is a file browser in the app. In the paid version, you can sync with Google Drive and Dropbox and even collaborate online. You will also have access to night mode, debug mode and a word count function in the paid version.

3. JotterPad

Like iAWriter, you will need to upgrade to the paid version of JotterPad in order to take advantage of all the features of this application. With the free version, you will be able to easily create and edit Markdown files. You can also change the appearance of text and activate an extended keyboard.

Jotterpad Markdown Text EditorJotterpad Markdown Text Editor

Besides, you can see details like word count, paragraph count, character count and also the time taken to read the text. You will also be able to share your Markdown file. With the paid version, you will have features like version control. This gives you access to snapshots on the timeline of your work. This is useful in the event that you want to revert to an earlier version of your document. With the paid version, you’ll also get access to typewriter scrolling and a dark theme.

4. Writer Plus

Markdown Writer Plus Text EditorMarkdown Writer Plus Text Editor

Writer Plus is a Markdown app that gets right to the point. You can quickly edit your text and will have access to night mode and a word count feature. There are also options to change the style of the text and share your Markdown file.

5. Markdown

Markdown application of the Markdown text editorMarkdown application of the Markdown text editor

Reduction is another simple application. It’s actually quite minimalist. This goes straight to the point of modifying the Markdown files. You have the choice to activate dark mode and automatic recording. You can also share your files. There’s also an experimental readability highlighting feature that will alert you to any readability issues with your text.

Final thoughts

The Markdown editors for Android listed above are some of the best you should try, although there are plenty more on the Play Store. You should also check out this list of markdown editors for Linux if you are a Linux user. Or if you prefer a simple note-taking app, here’s the best one for each platform.

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William elcock
William elcock

William has been playing with technology for as long as he can remember. It naturally turned into helping friends solve their tech issues and then blogging about tech.

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