We Asked 39 AI Writing Tools to Recommend Their Favorite

To find out, I went meta and asked 39 AI writing tools to recommend their top 10 AI writing tools. I then tallied the votes.Grammarly is a typing assistant that checks your content for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and clarity. Upload an existing document, and Grammarly will review your content and give it a score:The reason why so many new AI writing tools seem to pop up every week is because most of them are based on the same technology. We’ve also created our own. If you want to use free tools that do not require you to sign up, check out ou

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Grammarly has a built-in plagiarism checker. Since large language models (LLMs) have a category email list tendency to plagiarize, this is useful for reviewing the content generated by Grammarly itself: Grammarly’s plagiarism checker However, it is not perfect. Since I was rewriting my post on why content marketing is important, I decided to check my new draft for plagiarism in Grammarly. Grammarly flagged that 19% of my text matched another: Grammarly’s plagiarism checker flagged that 19% of SQ’s text matched another Turns out that page was the one plagiarizing me in the first place—they ripped off my original bl

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Writesonic’s Brand Voice feature allows you to maintain brand consistency and tone with your AI-generated content. I uploaded one of my pieces, and here’s what BS Leads it said: Writesonic analyzes SQ’s brand voice Thanks for making me sound like a model student, Writesonic. My Asian mum would be proud. Blush-worthy compliments aside, I then tried to generate an article using “my” brand voice: Generated content using SQ’s brand voice Unfortunately, it still sounds more like AI than SQ. (And if I ever use “in today’s fast-paced landscape” in a blog post, I give you permission to call me out.)

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