8 Best Online Proofreading Tools

Writing error free article is not an easy job including me. Especially a non-native writer, writing articles in English. I have made a lot of grammar mistakes while publishing articles on my blog in earlier days (still ūüėÄ ).

I’m sure, I’m not a perfect one. After completing my article, I’m sure my job has not finished. One of the thing i want to complete before publishing the article is proofreading.
As a blogger, I have to keep the quality of my content because English is not my native language. Online proofreading tools help me a lot¬†to reduce the number of mistakes in my writing. Today I’m gonna share you the best 8 online proofreading tools i have found useful so far.

1. Ginger Software

Ginger Software is one of the best online proofreading tools available on the web. Ginger Software is my personal favorite. Ginger’s proofreader consists a vast range of errors, from simple typos, through severe misspellings and to the sophisticated grammar mistakes.

You can use Ginger Proofreading software online or download the software for Windows, Mac, iOS or Android.

2. Grammarly

If you are running a content writing business and looking for the best proofreader in the industry, Grammarly could be your best choice. Grammarly proofreading tool automatically detects your grammar mistakes, spelling, punctuation, word choice and style mistakes.

You can install Grammarly extension on Google Chrome browser that helps you to proofread your contents easily in few clicks.

3. PolishMyWriting

PolishMyWriting comes next into our list. It’s a simple online proofreading tool, you just need to¬†paste or compose a document and click check writing. Then you need to click the underlined¬†spelling error, grammar suggestion, or style suggestion to see more options.

4. PaperRater

PaperRater is a 3 in 1 tool ¬†comes with features like Grammar checker, Plagiarism detection, and¬†Writing suggestion. PaperRater’s grammar checking helps you to find your writing mistakes and correct them before publishing your article.

5. Google Docs

You might be surprised with Google Docs. Google Docs is not just an online collaborative place to create and edit documents, but also can be used as a proofreading tool.

In default, Google Docs will check for spelling and grammar mistakes. For better performance, you can add-ons like into Google Docs. Consistency Checker is a good add-on that will check your word usage in Docs.

6. ProofHQ

ProoHQ is a paid proofreading tool provides a free 14-day trial to use their service. You can create and manage proofs from over 150 file types like Adobe CS, Word, PPT, GIF, PDF, etc. One of the powerful features about ProofHQ is you can create proofs from audio-visual files such as MPG, AVI, MOV and both animated and interactive SWF files.

7. SpellChecker

SpellChecker is a simple proofreading tool. SpellChecker gives you the option to check your articles in many different languages.

8. Analyze AcademicHelp

Analyze AcademicHelp implements the new kind of proofreading service that to get a high grade on your written assignments and how to write well for your future career.

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