Not everyone is perfect in writing or speaking English. When it’s about writing content professionally for your business or website, everyone cannot hire a content writer to get their job done. Therefore, mastermind developers solved this problem by developing many online and offline tools and software to help anyone write better and effective English without learning anything. Here are the list best software’s available on the internet which will help you write with ease like a pro.

#1 Grammarly

Correctly spelt words used in the wrong context means embarrassing mistakes for you. Grammarly spots erroneous use of lose/loose, affect/effect, lie/lay, there/their/they’re, and many other commonly confused words. Grammarly corrects over 250 types of grammatical mistakes while also catching contextual spelling errors and poor vocabulary usage. Grammarly’s powerful grammar-checking algorithms are developed by the world’s leading authorities on linguistic technology.

Grammarly’s Chrome extension helps you write mistake-free on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, LinkedIn, and nearly anywhere else you write on the web. Grammarly is trusted by students, professional writers, business people, bloggers, and people who just want to write better. No matter what your writing situation is, Grammarly adapts to your needs, giving you the confidence of mistake-free writing every time you write.

#2 Q10

Another great writer’s software in which word, page and character counts are updated live as you type. Programmable page count formula. You can also change the colours, line spacing, first line indent, paragraph spacing, font.

Perfectly portable: A single self-contained executable file. That’s all. Easy to use with a Pendrive, so you can carry your writing environment with you everywhere. Q10 will remember the last file you worked on, even if the drive letter assigned to your Pendrive changes from computer to computer. You will be able to open your work with any text editor or word processor. Now and in the future.

Easy to use timer alarm: Perfect for timed writing sessions and word wars. When the time is over, it will tell you how many words you wrote in that period.

Sounds: Get that typewriter feeling again with typing sound effects.

Autosaving: You can ask Q10 to save your work after some number of new paragraphs, or after some time has elapsed. If you’re really paranoid, set Q10 to save every paragraph.

Spell Checker: You don’t make mistakes. I know it. You know it. But many people do, and Q10 lets them check their spelling.

#3 Google Docs

Easy to use: I love to use google docs because it’s writing environment is more similar to the Microsoft Word. Unlike the other programs, it’s free with your (free) Google account.

Autosave: Every letter you type in google docs gets saved automatically.

Search: If you need to do a lot of research then you sould use inbuilt search plugin for citing the content easily.

Spell Checker: Google docs spell checker tool is pretty much week as compared to other software. I recommend using Grammarly Chrome Extension while writing in google docs online.

#4 Bibisco

Best for novel writers: Bibisco is a novel-writing programme with a fully featured text editor where you can organise chapters and scenes, manage revisions, export novel in pdf or rtf formats.

Everything at a glance: Create a novel structure, define premise, fabula, narrative strands and settings: geographic, temporal and social context.

Know your characters: Your novel works if its characters are believable, that is when you understand their human nature’s complexity. Bibisco helps you to know everything about your characters. See how characters, locations and narrative strands are distributed chronologically and across chapters.

Free OSP: This is a personal project, made with love to help writers to write beautiful novels. Bibisco is the free and open source programme!

#5 Plotbot

Public or Private: Write screenplays online, alone or with friends. Plotbot lets you write screenplays in your browser with as many or as few people as you like. All edits are saved so you can undo anything.

Control your content: Plotbot has both private and public projects. Only the people that you invite can read or contribute to a private project. Your screenplay is stored in fragments in Softwares database and, on private projects, only members can read it. You have precise control over who you allow doing what on your project. If you just want people to comment on your screenplay, no problem!

Keep track: You and your partners can all write online—even simultaneously—and Plotbot keeps track of who wrote what. You can revert to earlier versions, edit, or comment. And soon, you’ll even be able to vote on which parts of the screenplay you like.

Words by creators: Writing online opens a whole different can of worms than writing on your laptop in a coffee shop, and we’ve been careful to preserve the privacy of your writing. Our system is constructed such that even the administrators of the site cannot read your private screenplays, and we back up our data every day to ensure that you won’t lose your work.

Work Offline: At any time, you can download your screenplay as an XML or RTF document (easily imported into Final Draft) to continue your work offline. All screenplays have a built-in copyright statement that the project creator defines (all rights reserved, or a range of Creative Commons licenses) and each member agrees to when joining the project.

Free: You just need to register o get started!

#6 Ginger

Ginger is a great writing software similar to Grammarly. If you write a lot offline then you must use ginger because of its light weight and great user experience. When online, you can use powerful inbuilt tools like translations, dictionary, synonyms, phrase of the day, personal trainer and much more.

#7 A Soft Murmur

If you find the noise of the office too distracting and wish you were on a beach instead, this tool has a variety of ambient sounds out to help with distraction free writing. You can mix your own sounds, so if you find a burning coffee shop relaxing, they’ve got you covered.

#8 oTranscribe

oTranscribe is a free web app that’s designed to make transcribing recorded interviews a more convenient process. Features include privacy, exportability, interactive time stamps, video file support, and automatic saving.

#9 Read-O-Meter

Want to give your readers an estimated reading time? Simply copy and paste your text into this tool for an estimate.

#10 Hubspot

Generate headings to write more impressive and SEO friendly blogs. You just need to define three nouns and the online app will suggest you some great headings to choose from.