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Top 5 Apps for Writers

Top 5 Apps for Writers

Writing a polished, error-free article, document or manuscript is especially important. In many cases, having a grammar checker or software saves you lots of time and effort.

If you are searching for apps that can help you to polish off your manuscript, then consider these top 5 apps for writers listed below. These are free writing and editing software, which you can download to your computer.

Here are a few options:


Grammarly is a popular editing tool that can help you correct spelling and grammar mistakes and suggest ways to improve your writing style. You can use it for free, or upgrade to a paid version for more features.


ProWritingAid is another editing tool that offers a range of features, including grammar and spelling checking, style suggestions, and a thesaurus. It also has a free version, as well as paid options.

Hemingway Editor

Hemingway Editor is a simple writing tool that analyzes your writing for readability and clarity. It highlights long or complex sentences, common errors, and suggests simpler alternatives. It also has a free online version and a paid desktop app.

Google Docs

Google Docs is a free word-processing tool that you can use to write and edit your book. It has a built-in grammar checker and spell checker, and you can collaborate with other writers or editors in real-time.

These are just a few examples, but there are many other writing and editing tools available online. You may want to try a few different options to see which one works best for you and your writing style.



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