3 Useful Windows 8, 10 Spell Check Apps
If you have a Windows 8 tablet and you want to be able to use spell checking software on it, then the best solution is to install some spell check apps that are easily accessible. Alas, there aren’t too many reliable ones to choose as we have identified only 3 that we can recommend
Windows 8 comes with the ability of turning on the the function to auto-correct and highlight the misspelled words. But that is obviously not enough, and you might be on the lookout for dedicated Windows 8 spell check apps. Without further ado, here are the top three spell checking apps to use on your Windows 8 tablet. As always, if you have knowledge of other reliable apps to use, let us know by leaving your comment.
Windows 8 spelling check app 1Checker is one of the best proofreading solution for Windows 8 touch users and it offers spell, grammar, style checking and helps your vocabulary enrichment. As main features, the app boasts with instant proofreading, professional explanation of the errors that you have made, writing enrichment and the ability to diagnose your weak English language points.
The Windows 8 app Spelling Assistant has a very nice specific feature that lets it read your words aloud to easier test your spelling. You just have to enter your words and then tap Test Me to hear and see whether the words are correct or not. The single drawback is that the voice doesn’t sound that natural, but you’ll get used to it eventually.
Another very basic Windows 8 spell check app, English Spell Check is described as “a free and straight forward application which helps you correct your emails, assignments or other text based paragraphs”. It is poor in features, but for a basic spell check, it should get the job done with no hassle.
If you know a professional spell check app to be used with Windows 8 touch devices, do let us know in the comments section box from below. We will definitely include it in the list if we find it to be rich in features and reliable. For now, this is what we have at our disposal.
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