I finally took the plunge and subscribed to ProWritingAid. I spent some time with the trial version which I experimented with for two days and I liked what I saw of it, but there’s a lot to learn.
I went with ProWritingAid because someone on Twitter asked for my opinion on it and I could not give one. So I figured, why not check it out?
The marvellous thing about ProWritingAid is that you can drill all the way down into the very nitty-gritty of your writing. That means that not only will you get a report on your grammar misuse, your readability score, and your use of cliche and common words, but ProWritingAid will give you reports on statistics for areas of the written word you may not have heard of. It really is that detailed.
I was looking for something that would combine what I was already using into one nice package, and ProWritingAid does that for me really well. When I run my work through the app, I primarily stick to the summary report, which gives you overall statistics for the areas of your work that you’re familiar with.
If you’re looking for an all-purpose writing tool that has every bell and whistle, ProWritingAid is the tool for you. It was on special when I subscribed, and I purchased a license for one year.
If you’re keen to check it out, here’s the website.
I would suggest using the trial version first if you can. Then you can write a review of the product on your blog and you’ll qualify to get a pro license for one year for free!
If you try it out, please let me know what you think in the comments as I’d be interested to know how you get on.
Til my next post, keep safe and keep writing!