I know this thread is for android and I already put in my +1, but since Danilo mentioned a web version I'm also +1 for web version and/or chrome plug-in. I don't see the value in a native windows (or even the native mac) version if a web version exists. But cross platform is definitely key for me.
An Android version makes much more sense than a Web version.
What makes an app like Bear powerful is that it can provide a beautiful, distraction-free writing experience on each device it supports, and that notes can be synced between the devices a user owns for easy retrieval or quick editing, even when offline.
Really, to be able to use on both i-things and majority phones is very important for a writing app, don't you think?
I guess the web app idea is going after Windows, but frankly a native version is also better there. Notebooks also are not in any way always connected, and a writing tool in particular needs to work when it''s not.
Still a chance to see a better way for your effort?