Spin Rewriter – An Honest Review

Hi, it’s Mitch,

You are reading my unbiased review of Spin Rewriter.

Note that this is a review though. If you are looking for official Spin Rewriter web site follow this link.

You are probably wondering why am I writing and sharing this review with you. Well, when I was looking for information about Spin Rewriter there were lots of biased and not very informative reviews. Spin Rewriter ReviewSo I decided I’ll write an honest review to help any of you who are in the same boat as I was when buying Spin Rewriter.

You’re probably well aware of the hype about Spin Rewriter, but it’s also got its weaknesses. So be warned, I’ll also be analyzing bad sides of Spin Rewriter. If that’s something you don’t want to hear, you may as well leave now.

OK, so what exactly is Spin Rewriter? It’s basically a web based application that lets you rewrite your articles (or any other type of text documents for that matter). Its interface is very intuitive and it’s really fast. There’s no need to install any additional software. All you have to do is fire up your browser (any modern web browser will do) and start rewriting articles with ease.

Click here to visit Spin Rewriter website

You are probably wondering what makes Spin Rewriter any better than other rewriting software already available. What does it have that others don’t? It’s a fair question considering Spin Rewriter is definitely not the cheapest of article rewriters. The answer to this is very simple – it understands your text. It’s very intelligent and suggests only meaningful synonyms unlike other rewriting software. That’s because Spin Rewriter knows about verbs, nouns, adjectives, sex any many other word characteristics. That’s why rewritten articles come out much better than with any other software! Let’s take a look at a quick example to show you Spin Rewriter’s true power:

“John is going to book an hotel room. After that he’s going to read a book”.

In the first sentence word “book” is a verb and Spin Rewriter will suggest other verbs like: make a reservation for, reserve, etc. In the second sentence word “book” is a noun. Spin Rewriter knows that and suggests words like: novel, magazine, publication, etc.

Spin Rewriter also utilizes ENL semantic spinning. Let’s take a look at what ENL semantic spinning really is:

ORIGINAL SENTENCE: John can relax and read a book because his kids can book the vacation for him.

SPUN SENTENCE #1: Since John’s children are able to schedule the holiday for him, he can easily flip through a novel and rest.

SPUN SENTENCE #2: Because his kids can easily set up the trip for him, John is able to skim a magazine and take it easy.

SPUN SENTENCE #3: John is able to go through a publication and unwind since his children can schedule the getaway for him.

Pretty cool, huh?

Another very interesting feature of Spin Rewriter is its One-Click Rewrite system. It’s probably what you’re going to use the most. Basically all you have to do is input an article, select treshold options (it’s best to leave this alone though, since Spin Rewriter automatically determines the best level based on its thorough article analysis) and click the button. In a few seconds you’ll get a perfectly spun article.

Here are a few preview screenshots of Spin Rewriter:

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The main weakness at this point is that the software is very new. That means there are going to be a few bugs, although Spin Rewriter team is very fast in ironing these. The second downside is that software will grow with time. That means it’s partially based on your (users’) input (users suggest which synonyms are better than the others and Spin Rewriter takes that into account) and is therefore not at its best yet.

All in all I like Spin Rewriter. It’s got its weaknesses and it’s not the cheapest in the industry, but the bang-for-the-buck ratio is very high (in my humble opionion the highest). Regular monthly subscription costs $27 and 1 year subscription $197. Although I never asked for a refund, Spin Rewriter offers 30 days money back guarantee which proves they believe in their product. So to summarize:

The good stuff:

  • The software is very reasonably priced. It will cost you $27/month or $197/year. (note: there’s a special 60% off launch promotion going on if you sign up through this link)
  • It will understand your text and only suggests meaningful synonyms.
  • It features One-Click Rewrite System that saves tons of time.
  • There’s no software for you to download/install/update. It’s a web based application that’s always up-to-date.
  • The interface is really clean and intuitive. The whole application is very easy to use.
  • It rewrites your articles by using its growing collection of 750,000+ synonyms.
  • It keeps evolving with time, meaning it’s only going to get better and better.
  • If you still don’t like it, they offer 30 days money back guarantee.

The bad stuff:

  • The software is not at its peak yet – it’s evolving with user input.
  • It’s new which means there are going to be few bugs at this point, but the team is ironing these every day.
  • One-Click Rewrite System is pretty good but not flawless.