We searched online... for "rewriter", and tested these websites...
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For each of these websites, we tested this demo text, from Wikipedia...
An internal combustion engine (ICE) is a heat engine in which the combustion of a fuel occurs with an oxidizer (usually air) in a combustion chamber that is an integral part of the working fluid flow circuit. In an internal combustion engine, the expansion of the high-temperature and high-pressure gases produced by combustion applies direct force to some component of the engine. The force is applied typically to pistons, turbine blades, a rotor, or a nozzle. This force moves the component over a distance, transforming chemical energy into useful work. This replaced the external combustion engine for applications where weight or size of the engine is important.
We then analyzed the output text from each contender. This, for example, is the result from the website which is currently ranked #1 on Google for "rewriter"...
It kind of looks like English, right? But let's read it more carefully...
An inner ignition motor
Uh... what is that?
In an inner burning motor
What is this "inner" thing you speak of?
This traded the outside ignition motor for applications where weight or size of the motor is significant.
Hm..... This makes no sense at all...
That's because this website is basically working like an advanced thesaurus. It's just changing some words around. It's a primitive solution that that leads to a serious problem: The text it generates is nonsense, not real English.
We found that there were other, obvious problems. For example, this website, hit #2 for "rewriter", produces text which is exactly the same length as the input text. Not only that, but each sentence of the input clearly corresponded with another sentence in the output:
And the input and the output are exactly the same length! Not so smart!
But alas, that's not the only problem with this one....
Let's see what Speedwrite did with the same input text....
Speedwrite creates well-styled, original text, like as would be written by an expert English speaker. It's not just a thesaurus machine. It's actually writing entirely new text.
And, when we check this text for originality...
...It's determined to be 100% original. Speedwrite really is different. No other service even comes close.
Feel free to try the other options we list above. I think you'll find that only Speedwrite is able to skillfully, and dexterously, rewrite any text input.
This page is a demo of Speedwrite, a rewriter that is intended to work on mobile and tablet devices, to show you what Speedwrite can do. To really get to work, please use the primary Speedwrite application. It doesn't work on mobile, but it does work on any computer, like Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebook. It's a lot faster to use, allows for longer inputs, creating more than one paragraph generation at once, loading and saving of documents, and more.
This page is only a demo -- It can rewrite up to 800 characters, which is about one long paragraph. To input text of unlimited length, please move over to the Speedwrite application, here.
Start with succinctly written creative-commons text, for example, text from Wikipedia. Don't input text with errors. Incomplete sentences, capitalization problems, or other grammatical errors will make Speedwrite work harder, and it might not come up with a great output. Speedwrite has to try to understand what each of your input paragraphs is "about" -- to help it out, each paragraph that you input for rewriting should be focused on only one subject.
No. But actually you should find that the outputs are very close to unique when measured over a period of time. Please see the relevant entry on the How It Works page.
A rewritten text can be a useful study tool, for a wide variety of disciplines, including English, History, the Sciences, and more.
A Speedwrite rewrite will extract the salient points from the text that you enter, but rewrite it freshly each time, to generate a new output.