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4 Good Tools to Help Students with Their Writing

July 1, 2017
Below are three more apps to add to our writing app collection. These are applications students can use to improve their writing and enhance their written communication skills. They will help them with key areas of writing such as spelling, grammar, lexicon, paragraphing and many more. Check them out and share with us your feedback.

1- Expresso
'Expresso is a little tool to edit texts and improve your writing style. It will teach you to express yourself through writing more efficiently and help make your texts more readable, precise, and engaging. To learn more about Expresso: understand How to use, learn about text style Metrics, or do a quick interface Tutorial.'

2- Writefull


‘Writefull is an app that gives feedback on your writing by checking your text against databases of correct language. You can use Writefull in any writing tool - from MS Word to Gmail. Simply select a piece of text, hit the short-key to activate Writefull, and choose one of its many options’

3- Grammarly


‘Grammarly will make sure your messages, documents, and social media posts are clear, mistake-free, and impactful. Adding Grammarly to Chrome means that your spelling and grammar will be vetted on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Tumblr, and nearly everywhere else you write on the web. Once you register your new account, you will start to receive weekly emails with personalized insights and performance stats (one of our most popular new features). Working on a large project, an essay, or a blog post? No sweat. You can create and store all of your documents in your new online editor.’

4- Bear


‘Bear is perfect for everything from quick notes, to code snippets, to in-depth essays. A focus mode helps you concentrate, and advanced Markdown and other markup options are an online writer's best friend. Full in-line image support brings your writing to life, and keep yourself on task by adding todos to individual notes.’

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