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We become what we behold. We shape our tools and then our tools shape us.Marshall McLuhan
As a blogger (and a former freelance writer), I am fortunate enough to get to try my hands on a plethora of writing tools & apps.
Here are 51 of the best writing tools from my writer’s arsenal that will help you with content research, creation, editing (& proofreading) & improving the overall quality & quantity of your writing.
I’ve categorized all the tools based on their functionality and the stage of writing they’re used in.
Table of contents (click to scroll to a section you like)
Best Writing Apps for Writers & Bloggers
One of the best things to happen in this digital era is the ability to craft content on the go. Be it your mobile device, a tablet or an iPad, you can literally publish blog posts, update social media or write articles & even books.
Today, most of our favorite writing tools have their own app versions to let you do so. Click the button below to explore some of the hand-picked apps.
Best Plagiarism Checkers (Free & Paid)
Whether you write or outsource content, plagiarism checkers help you to make sure it doesn’t have intentional or unintentional plagiarism.
In this list, we reviewed & rated the tools to detect duplicate content.
Best Comma & Punctuation Checker Tools
Punctuation is as important as the idea of writing. Yet, error-free grammar is not always possible.
That’s when tools like Grammarly, or ProWritingAid come in handy. They help you check spelling mistakes, tone of writing, to name a few, and improve your writing skills.
Best Grammar Checker Tools
Whether you’re a professional writer, a blogger, or a student, grammar mistakes can ruin the impression of your copy. These days, there are a plethora of AI writing assistants and we tested them all so that you don’t have to.
Check out the best grammar checker tools categorized based on pricing, device support & our reviews
Best Proofreader Tools & Software
Crafting content at a pace comes with a cost. You need to proofread them to make sure they are rid of grammar & punctuation errors. Not to mention the cost that comes with human proofreading services.
That’s when you need to invest in an editing & proofreading tool that highlights your writing mistakes, suggests corrections & educates you with the correct writing rules. Check these out!
Best AI Writers or Content Generators
If you want to scale your content creation, you should leverage AI content writing tools to create unique content that converts. Be it essays, blog posts, sales copy, scripts or newsletters, AI tools like Jarvis, ClosersCopy can help you do that with just a click!
Check out the best AI content generator tools in the market right now.
I hope you found our collection of the best writing tools & resources useful.
Each collection above has detailed reviews of the tools with information like who should use them, how to use them to their max potential and improve your overall content quality.
What are your most favorite writing tools from the above?
1. What are writing tools?
Writing tools are devices that help you write or put your ideas in written form. Examples of writing tools include traditional tools like pen & paper and digital tools like tablets, email tools & software like Grammarly, scrivener, thesaurus, hemingway app etc.
2. What writing tools work best for you?
As a freelance writer & blogger, writing tools like WordPress (my blogging platform), grammarly (helps correct grammar and writing style), jarvis (helps me generate content with the help of AI) and notion (to curate ideas & organize them) work the best for me.
3. What tools do writers use?
Writers use tools like Grammarly, Scrivener, Google docs, MS Word, Jarvis etc to help them write high quality content. Other than that, devices like a good laptop or iPad can help them write irrespective of location.
4. What are some key tools of writing and research?
Some of the key tools for effective writing & research include Google docs (to write distraction free), Scrivener (to write blogs & books), Quora (to research what real people are talking about your topic), keyword research tools and AI writers to generate content artificially.
5. What are some writing tools for zoom?
Zoom has a lot of in built writing tools like a whiteboard, annotation features etc. But, you can feel free to jot down notes using the good ol’ pen and paper of a note taking app like Google docs or Notion or Evernote.