DubScript Screenplay Writer for Android™


Get it on Google Play

"...great for beginning screenwriters... full-featured [and] good-looking..."
--New York Times

DubScript is an easy, powerful screenplay editor for Android phones and tablets featuring Fountain markup, which lets you write in plain text without worrying about margins, indenting, and other usual "screenwriting software" stuff that can get in your way.

You can save your script as Fountain plain text, Final Draft .FDX, HTML, and PDF (KitKat+).

DubScript reads FOUR screenplay file formats:

  • .fountain, .txt, or .spmd using "Fountain" screenplay markup rules
  • .fdx (Final Draft) movie screenplay-formatted scripts
  • .trelby used by the free, open-source Trelby screenplay software
  • .html exported by the free, open-source CeltX screenplay software

Plus, share your Fountain script with others via email, Google Drive, and more. Details below!

New 2018 RC36 beta: Fonts, fonts, and more fonts!

As seen in RC36:








I can post these all day. But why post screen shots when you can try it yourself? There are over eight hundred downloadable writing fonts families and three new font sizes to choose from. All for the perfectly reasonable price of free. And you can play with them in the DubScript testing version, starting in six months right now. Just sign up for the beta program in the Play Store.

If you encounter any issues with this new experimental feature or with anything else in this version of DubScript please do post to the forum. Cheers and as always, happy writing!

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RC34 Moves to Beta Testing!

Among the usual updated libraries and bug fixes in this beta are two items of note that came directly from you:

1. Auto scene-renumber and remove all scene numbering, based on this forum suggestion from Luca9185.

2. A very rare formatting issue with characters whose name ends in "2", as noticed by Triston in this conversation in the forum.

Thanks to both of you! The current beta has a couple more tricks up its sleeve as far as speed and memory usage go, so be sure to try the latest by adding yourself as a beta tester in the play store. And if you notice any issues, post 'em in the forum. Thanks and happy writing!

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