According to Wikipedia “Plagiarism is the “wrongful appropriation” and “stealing and publication” of another author’s “language, thoughts, ideas, or expressions”.

Today we are listing 10 best free online plagiarism checker tools of 2016. We already published top 10 plagiarism checker tools. That post has been outdated and some plagiarism checker listed on there is not active.
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1. Small SEO Tools Plagiarism Checker

Small SEO Tools plagiarism checker is still one of my favorite. You just need to copy and paste your content in the box. Prove that you are not a Robot by ticking the column I’m not a Robot then click on the big green button that says “Check for plagiarism. You can check up to 1500 words per search with Small SEO Tools plagiarism checker tool.

2. Grammarly Plagiarism Checker

Grammarly Plagiarism Checker is a powerful tool that compares your text to over 8 billion web pages using their plagiarism checker. It’s not just a Plagiarism Checker but a great Grammar checker that can check for over 250 types
of grammatical mistakes.

3. Dupli Checker

Dupli Checker comes next into our list. Copy-paste, or upload your content file containing an essay, thesis, website content or articles, and click ‘search, you get the analysis reports.

4. DustBall

DustBall is a simple plagiarism checker tool. DustBall plagiarism detector will find plagiarized text in homework and other essays/reports.

5. PaperRater

PaperRater comes with 3 tools Grammar Checking, Plagiarism Detection and Writing Suggestions. You just need to paste the text of your paper and click the “Get Report” button immediately.

6. PlagiarismChecker

PlagiarismChecker is a simple tool that can help educators to whether a student’s paper has been copied or not from the Internet. You have the option to check an article with Google or Yahoo search engine.

7. Plagium

Plagim comes last into our list. One of the highlights of Plagium is  you can check up to 5,000 characters at one time. This is really huge for free plagiarism checker tool.

8. CopyScape

A popular tool to find copies of your page on the web. Powerful and easy to use. Also, you can use Copyscape’s plagiarism warner banner on your blog.

9. Unplag

In 2014 Unplag team launched a plagiarism finder for students and educators. It checks files of different formats (.doc, .docx, .pdf, .txt, etc) and generates plagiarism reports with highlighted text matches and links to original sources. The tool checks either against the Internet or the documents stored in the Unplag user account.

10. DoMyPapers.com

DoMyPapers free plagiarism checker lets is a new way of detecting plagiat in your papers. It helps you to check for plagiarism for free up to 5 to 100 (if registered) plagiarism checks per month. One of the highlights I love on DoMyPapers over other plagiarism checkers is materials you uploaded for plagiarism check are not saved in their database.