Summarizer Tool

The world's best summarizer. Use Speedwrite to summarize longer text.

Other summarizers fail plagiarism tests.

Speedwrite makes better, more original text.

We did some research...

We searched up Google ... for "summarizer", and tested all of these...

Yep, we searched for summarizers.

We tested with this demo text, from Wikipedia...

An icebreaker is a special-purpose ship or boat designed to move and navigate through ice-covered
waters, and provide safe waterways for other boats and ships. Although the term usually refers to
ice-breaking ships, it may also refer to smaller vessels, such as the icebreaking boats that were
once used on the canals of the United Kingdom. For a ship to be considered an icebreaker, it
requires three traits most normal ships lack: a strengthened hull, an ice-clearing shape, and the
power to push through sea ice.

 Speedwrite's results:

Speedwrite's results are considered 100% original by Grammarly.

 Other summarizers' results:

One online summarizer tested at 48% plagiarism ....
Another summarizer tested at 100% plagiarism....

 Every other summarizer we tested on the demo text had high plagiarism scores.

... And only Speedwrite really "re-wrote" the text in an interesting and thoughtful way....

The other summarizers seem to work mostly like a basic thesaurus, just swapping out some words.

Speedwrite produced really nice, intelligently written English paragraphs for each of our test inputs... Whereas, the other services seemed to produced very roughly written, amateur writing.

Take the challenge yourself. Start with chunky paragraph from Wikipedia, and put it into Speedwrite. It won't come out pefect every time, but I think when you compare to other services, you'll find that only Speedwrite is able to re-write text in a really convincing manner, like a really skilled native English speaker....

Got questions?

Is this webpage, that I'm on right now, the same thing as Speedwrite?

This page is a demo of Speedwrite, designed to work on mobile and tablet devices and to show you what Speedwrite can do. For serious work, please use the primary Speedwrite application. It works on any computer, like   Windows,  Mac,  Linux, and  Chromebook. It's a lot faster to use, allows for unlimited length of inputs, multiple simultaneous text predictions, loading and saving, and a lot more.

Is there a maximum length of text that I can summarize?

The text box on this page only accepts up to 900 characters of text. To use text of unlimited length, please use the primary Speedwrite application, here.

What kind of text should I summarize to make great original text?

Start with well-written text, like text you might find on Wikipedia. Don't input text with errors or incomplete sentences. Be sure that your input text clearly establishes a subject matter. Each paragraph that you summarize should deal with only one topic.

Is Speedwrite guaranteed to produce totally unique output each time?

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.

Why do I need a summary?

Using Speedwrite, you can take any creative-commons text, such as articles, scientific texts, Wikipedia pages, and more, and transform them into unique writing, that the world has never seen before. This process happens automatically, using new technology developed by Speedwrite.

A Speedwrite summary will extract the important points from the text that you enter, saving you hours of time, and each time producing a new, unique results.

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