8 Alternatives to MailMentor
Grammarly solves all of your typo problems in a second.
ОleksandraThe application fixes the most common mistakes in a very convenient way and shows statistics based on your emails.
Steve LesnardGrammarly is the silent workhorse we all need. It has saved me from sending countless emails and drafts with grammatical errors. It's easy to use, accurate, and is a must have for any industry expert.
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TechCrunchWhile attention continues to be focused on the rise and growing sophistication of voice-based interfaces, a startup that is using artificial intelligence to improve how we communicate through the written word has raised a round of funding to capitalise on its already-profitable growth. Grammarly ...
AleksandraI like how Hemingway helps me to improve my writing style. Also, integrations with Medium and Wordpress are very handy.
Adrian OpreaI use Hemingway in conjunction with iA Writer. I'm a fan of Hemingway because it improves my writing style and makes sure I don't ramble a lot (like I did in this sentence).
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LifehackerWindows/Mac: Hemingway was originally a clever little web that highlighted common writing errors to help you edit. Then, it came to desktop. Now, it's getting a free update that adds in a new distraction-free editing mode, PDF export, and more.
PenstrickenYou may recall (if you've got a photographic memory) that I published a post last year reviewing the Hemingway Editor. This snazzy little app analyses and grades the simplicity of your writing style and I've used it plenty over the last year to help edit my own writing.
WritingThoughtsWhat do you think? Can a software tool improve your writing? The debate's been raging for years. Some say that only a human editor can understand the nuances of text draft. That hasn't stopped software developers from trying to create that perfect software editing tool.