Need to know about good editors for spell checks and grammar

sneh
sneh
from ahmedabad
4 years ago

Also need to know how editing is done for content, like microsoft word review option, I felt was really good for making edits.

But I am actually looking at automated solutions to editing such as http://www.grammarly.com/

Also, something which is free or a good piece of software

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If you go to my blog and look for "Blogs and the Common Man", I list some readability tests that are sorto of the standards.

sneh
from ahmedabad
4 years ago

link de do plz

Note that these are not editors and they don't "fix" issues. They provide you with an index that tells you how readble your post is. Dunno if that helps you, but it does help to make me feel better. My English is considered understandable by kids in Grade 6 in the US, so really, it is pretty darn simple English. :)

 

Arvind Passey
Arvind Passey
from Delhi
4 years ago

Anything 'free' wouldn't give you all that you want... and this holds true for the kind of software you are looking for. Free things come with 'freedom limitations' tagging along. But then even despite them, such a software may turn out useful. Even I am waiting for someone to talk about them.

sneh
from ahmedabad
4 years ago

Any paid software then? Grammarly is paid as well. Most of the online editors I see are paid, but the free ones atleast do a better job than inbuilt word editors

Abhishek
from Allahabad
4 years ago

I agree. But Grammarly costs around $27 per month. Too high a price for an individual I would say.


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