Atlantis is a full-featured Word Processor with an innovative approach to document processing. It has been carefully designed with the end-user in mind. When processing text is work enough, the last thing you need is a bloated software with a slow and awkward interface. It is an intuitive user-friendly application and provides all the tools both novice and power users need for their everyday word processing tasks.
Reviewing 188.8.131.52(c4) (Nov 11, 2012)
This is a great little word processor. However, it won't correctly do Avery label templates which is a deal killer for me. I bought it several years ago and used it for a bit and just tried the latest version. Would I rather have
Reviewing 184.108.40.206 (Mar 28, 2011)
Reviewing Version 220.127.116.11 - This is still one of the best word processors available. Tables would be nice and are apparently on the way.
Reviewing 18.104.22.168 Beta a0 (Oct 14, 2010)
Over a year since my last review. This is still a very good piece of software. It would be nice to have tables and to be able to wrap text around an image. Both are supposed to be coming but should be there now.
Compared to "Office Suites" this is lean and mean and just does the job.
I highly recommend Atlantis.
Reviewing 22.214.171.124 Beta 3 (Dec 30, 2009)
Great! Very light, and just the features you need for an every day word processor. Has 95% of the features of WinWord with 5% of the bulk. I especially like the way it uses WordWeb thesaurus, and has an inline spell checker. Try it, you won't be disappointed!
Reviewing 126.96.36.199 Beta (Oct 31, 2009)
Great program. Love the recently added ability to create epub files for ebook readers. Much easier to use Atlantis for this than, say, Sigil or BookDesigner if you have a lot of formatting changes to make, what with Atlantis's excellent Styles implementation. This assumes you can get your source into Atlantis, which you usually can if you get creative. Output files work great on Sony and Hanlin ereaders (the only devices I have available). A friend of mine says they also look good on his iPod Touch using the Stanza reader program.
It's good to see a word processor actually developing new features to keep up with modern trends such as the rising popularity of ebooks, rather than just relying on poorly-written third-party plugins to do the job for them. Seems like a lot of word processors these days seems to be primarily interested in reshuffling their user interface.
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