Microsoft’s Edge Add-ons website welcomes writing companion Wordtune

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Microsoft’s web browser is getting yet another new useful add-on. Wordtune, an AI-powered writing extension is now available as a download on the Microsoft Edge add-ons website, helping give you more ways than one to rephrase sentences and improve your writing.

A bit like Grammarly and Microsoft Editor, WordTune understands what you’re typing and suggests ways to make your writing clear. It can show you ways to rephrase sentences to be more concise, and also integrates with pasted text so that your words are more authentic. Other features include a word finder which helps you find missing words in sentences, and the ability to show you examples of writing from trusted sources.

WordTune works across various places, most of which are covered by Grammarly and Microsoft Editor. Gmail, Google Docs, Outlook on the web, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Whatsapp on the web, and Slack are just a few examples. This does appear to be a new service, and it might be worth checking out if English isn’t your native language.