Websites & Apps For Writers

  1. Grammarly
  2. Hemingway Editor
  3. Medium
  4. Marked 2
  5. WordPress

The websites and applications listed above are what I use most days. I am still in the write/edit zone. I do not write within any of these applications as a little red line appearing under the last word you wrote is a little disheartening. But at the end of a long writing stint I do copy and paste into these website or applications. The WordPress is a website creator where you can create your own website for free or for £30 per year get your own web address.



Grammarly is free on the internet, but if you want an application to fit into Microsoft Word or scrivener. I use it a lot ans it gives you weekly word counts and an assessment of your writing.

It is comprehensive, but I got a 100% good report for mt short story and I was told on a review that I had gramma problems. He didn’t say what though.

Hemingway Editor


The Hemingway Editor analyses your words and indicates vague words and words that require changing. It is free on the internet. Hemingway Editor also supplies a reading grade

Marked 2

This application is not free but it does highlight words that you can list as vague and not wanted. It is available on the Apple App Store.

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