To be honest with you, I’m not even sure that title is grammatically correct.
And if I had used the Hemingway writing app to create it…….I wouldn’t be so insecure about the power of my prose.
I’ve been checking out a whole slew of productivity tools over the last few weeks for a product creation challenge for authors, artists, content marketers and other creatives, and a few really stand out as both useful…and fun to use.
The Hemingway App (free to use it online – 6 bucks and change to download the desktop version) is really super simple, and uber cool.
Check it out here…..or read a little extra blurb about it below.
Some other really cool tools that you need to know about if you are creating content on a daily basis?
Draftin.com is awesome and totally free.
And Ulysses (the writing app, not the Greek mythology version of myself after one shot of tequila too many) is aesthetically awesome and addictive to use to boot. (a bit of a different animal, and only for Mac afficionados, but well worth checking out if you write often like many of us do)
You can read some more of what Hemingway does below, or check it out here.
What’s the Hemingway Editor All About?
Hemingway makes your writing bold and clear. It’s like a spellchecker, but for style. It makes sure that your reader will focus
on your message, not your prose.
Too often, our words are like our thoughts — innumerable and
disorganized. Almost any bit of writing could use some cutting. Less is
So, the Hemingway Editor will highlight (in yellow and red) where
your writing is too dense. Try removing needless words or splitting the
sentence into two. Your readers will thank you.
Readability Grade Levels
Hemingway builds on the innovations of researchers of a field
called “Readability.” These researchers study how understandable a piece
of writing is. Part of that work involves trying to decide which U.S.
grade level is required to understand your text.