ProWritingAid

A simple tool to improve your writing

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Reviews
  • Lynne Clark
    Lynne Clarkwriter from London
    Pros: 

    excellent tool easy to use

    Cons: 

    less stable on Windows

    I like the various reports and that these are not insistent, just show you what could be changed. The changes themselves are entirely in the writers grasp.

    Lynne Clark has used this product for one year.
  • Pros: 

    Highlighted problem areas. The multiple reports. Easy to use, and I don't have to download anything.

    Cons: 

    It's got a few issues, but if you know where quotation marks and apostrophes go, and you should be fine.

    I use this anytime I need to type sonething...creative writing, business communication, and the casual email. I can be wordy when I don't need to be, love my adverbs, and my English teachers would cry if they saw I am still comma happy. ProWritingAid is fast and easy to use, meaning I can edit in a fast manner.

    Patricia L. Gantt has used this product for one year.
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Paul Shapiro
Paul Shapiro@fighto · Director of Strategy & Innovation
Anyone have experience with this and is familiar with the differences (in quality) between ProWritingAid and Grammarly? - https://www.grammarly.com/
Eric Willis
Eric Willis@erictwillis · Working on something new
@fighto Interested in this response as well. I've been using Grammarly (for Chrome).
Javier Sandoval
Javier Sandoval@jav_sandoval · Techstars grad. Runs Brown Venture Labs
@fighto Yep! The UI is terrible, but I love the features. Grammarly is absolutely great for grammar, but ProWritingAid has helped me immensely for style. Plug in one short story or blog post and I'm sure you'll learn some interesting writing habits of yours.
Paul Shapiro
Paul Shapiro@fighto · Director of Strategy & Innovation
@jav_sandoval how is prowritingaid for grammar?
Lynne Clark
Lynne Clark@lynne_clark · writer from London
@fighto I have both and use Grammarly for on the go changes, especially in Facebook, where it works very well, whilst PWA I use for style and larger pieces of work.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverHunterPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
This is a useful addition to the Tools for Writers collection, similar to Writefull and Hemingway. ProWritingAid checks grammar, spelling, overused words, checks for plagiarism, and more.