eType helps you choose the right spelling of the right word — even if you’re not writing in your native language. A translator and dictionary in one, eType can improve your communication skills by helping you choose the correct word, even before you finish typing the one you think will work. Having a dictionary and translator in one place allows you to concentrate on what you want to type, instead of having to click between different programs.
Respelt knows spelling mistakes can make your blog look less professional, and they can cause your blog to rank lower in search engines. You can use Respelt on your blog through the web — no downloads required. One of the coolest things about Respelt is it works with your RSS feed. Provide Respelt with your feed, and it will check your blog daily, emailing with any spelling errors. You can even add words to your Respelt dictionary that it might consider “wrong” but that you use frequently on your blog.
The Alphabetizer makes putting your lists in order an easy task. You no longer have to worry about spending time putting your lists in order — The Alphabetizer has a variety of ways it can organize and sort your lists. Make sure any duplicates are removed or put your list in random number order. Bloggers could use it as a way to sort lists for giveaway entries or to organize mailing lists and subscribers.
Grammarly improves your writing by finding — and correcting — mistakes your word processor misses. Grammarly corrects 250 grammar mistakes, including catching contextual spelling errors, which are the type of errors that slip through traditional spelling and grammar checkers. You can use Grammarly wherever you write — including social media sites — making sure your writing voice is consistent and grammatically correct.