Take a break from writing and get inspired by listening to the arguments or points you noted down so far using this intuitive software solution.
- Word Doctor
- Version:1.0 Build 8
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:David Benjamin Bowes
Word Doctor Description
Irrespective of how much you enjoy writing or the fact that you are doing it on a daily basis, there are always going to be those days when you cannot find your words. Since inspiration is part of the writing process and deadlines must be met, you might be looking for a solution that enables you to get a few ideas, idioms or synonyms for your content.
Word Doctor is an application specially designed for writers who require quick access to analogs, idioms or simple suggestions to alternative word usage.
Enables you to analyze the content your text
While the interface is not exactly eye candy, but rather rugged and minimalistic, it can be argued that the appearance is less distracting and hence, can help you get things done. You can start analyzing your text as you as you upload it or copy it.
With a click of a button, you can learn the writing style used, word occurrences, simple imagery phrases or words as well as the total number of verbs, nouns, adverbs, adjectives, etc. In addition, you can find out dozens of suggestions for the words that you want to change from the context menu.
The functions can be particularly useful if you are regularly involved in a creative writing project, as it enables you to cut out the words and replace them with expressions that are more relevant to the message that you want to convey.
Includes a handy text to speech function
It is necessary to mention that the program comes with a text to speech function that reads the text you wrote so far out loud. The feature can be useful for the times when you are taking breaks to rest your eyes and stretch your legs, but you are pressed by stringent deadlines, for example.
While it is not a major inconvenience, it would have been nice if the app embedded several types of voices, an option that can be very helpful when working on a novel or short story, as it can help you place yourself in your characters’ skins better.
The application works solely with plain text files and it would have been nice if it supported other file formats, especially given the sheer number of word editors out there.
A great tool for freelancers and writers
While books, movies, magazines and conversations with your friends all play their part in the creative process, let us not forget that you still need to express your ideas with the right words. Word Doctor is a tool that can provide you with valuable suggestions and alternatives to the words you are commonly using in your documents.