Wordtune Review (2023) – Examples Included

POSTED ON Sep 6, 2022

Jackie Pearce

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If you've been looking for a way to spice up your writing, you might have stumbled upon the tool Wordtune. In this Wordtune review, we'll show you some real examples of how it can improve your writing and what it can do for you.

We'll also go over how much it costs, what devices it works with, and ultimately if it's worth using as a writing tool.

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What is Wordtune?

If you've felt like your writing is getting stale or you can't find just the right words for what you want to say, Wordtune might be the tool for you.

With Wordtune, you put in a sentence of what you want to say, and Wordtune gives you different options to put it together.

Wordtune also offers an extension you can add to your browser that gives you the option of improving your writing anywhere on the web. That means you can improve your emails, blog posts, social media posts, or anything else.

Most people struggle to make their writing clear and concise, so having a tool that can help makes a difference in your communication with others.

After all, being able to clearly communicate is something that can impact someone's entire career and livelihood.

Having a tool that assists your writing also can save you time from having to take writing or grammar classes to improve your writing and instead can do it automatically.

What websites does Wordtune work on?

One of the options Wordtune offers is the ability to add it as an extension into your browser. This allows you to use it on any site that you use and improve your writing as you go throughout your day.

Wordtune works on all of the major websites you could possibly write on, such as:

  • Google Docs
  • Gmail
  • Slack
  • Whatsapp
  • Outlook web
  • Social media sites including LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and more

You also have the option of simply copying and pasting what you want to write into the Wordtune website so you can improve anything you're writing.

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What are the key features of Wordtune?

The main thing that Wordtune does is use AI to help you improve your writing.

It can help you improve your writing or change your writing tone to match what you need in that moment. For example, you could make a sentence more professional or creative, depending on the context you are writing for.

Through my years as a writer, I have found that most AI tools are lacking when it comes to creativity in writing. They try to make it better but often miss the mark.

I was surprised at how helpful Wordtune was, so let's dive into some examples so you can see for yourself.

Examples of Wordtune sentence suggestions

To show you how it works, let's take a look at some suggestions.

First, in order to use Wordtune, you'll need to create an account.

Once you do, you'll see this page:

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We'll add in a few simple sentences: “I'd love to discuss this idea in more detail. This project has a lot of potential. When should we set this up?”

Wordtune takes each sentence at a time to give you suggestions on how to improve it.

Here are some of the options when I selected “rewrite”:

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This is the casual tone suggestion:

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Formal writing suggestions:

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Shorten the sentence:

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Lengthen the sentence:

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That should give you an idea of the types of suggestions Wordtune would make to that sentence so you can see what it can offer.

Keep in mind, just those few tests almost ran out my 10 rewrites a day for the free plan. Each time you click a different tone or format of writing, it uses one of the credits.

That's just something to keep in mind if you choose to explore around with this app. If you plan to edit more than a few sentences each day, you'll need to upgrade.

Who created Wordtune?

AI21 Labs is the developer of Wordtune. It's a company that focused on what AI can do for the world and what it can create.

Their current focus is on maximizing Natural Language Processing (NLP) and see how it can generate natural text.

Who is Wordtune for?

Wordtune is for people who need a little assistance with their writing.

If you're trying to improve your writing or you're in a new environment where you need to match the tone, you're going to need a writing tool to make it easier.

Wordtune is also a great tool for anyone trying to spice up their writing. If you feel like you're in a rut with your current writing, or are trying to self-edit existing writing, this can help you mix up your sentence structure and give you new ideas.

Wordtune Review — Pros and Cons


  • Helpful suggestions to improve your writing style
  • Different tone options so you can communicate how you need to
  • Help your plain writing sound more professional or creative
  • Wordtune can translate Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic, Hindi, Korean, Hebrew, or Russian into English
  • Chrome extension makes it easy to use anywhere on the web


  • Only so many rewrites in a day using the free plan
  • Some people say it can be slow to load
  • No plagiarism checker if you need it
  • Can translate words into English but can't improve writing in other languages (yet, anyway)
  • Expensive compared to other programs

How much does Wordtune cost?

Wordtune offers a free plan so you can improve your writing without having to pay to test it out.

Here is a break down of each tier so you can find the one that works for you.

Free plan:

  • 10 total rewrites per day
  • All tones and styles available for use
  • Shorten or expand your sentences

Premium plan: $24.99 per month or pay yearly and save 60% ($119.88 per year)

  • Everything included in the free plan
  • Unlimited rewrites
  • Rewrite whole paragraphs instead of sentences
  • Premium support

Team plan:

  • Everything included in other plans, you're just billed as a team, which can help save money

Alternatives to Wordtune

If you simply want some grammar suggestions, Grammarly is one of the best options out there.

Since Wordtune at most does a paragraph at a time, you might need deeper help when it comes to creating a whole manuscript. ProWritingAid is one of the best tools for AI manuscript writing.

Wordtune Review: Final Rating

Overall, I give Wordtune a 4 out of 5 ranking.

Wordtune is a great tool to help people improve their writing. If you simply need a grammar checker, there are other tools like ProWritingAid or Grammarly. For our reviews on those tools, click below:

If you need help with your writing often, you'll enjoy the assistance that Wordtune provides.

There is a little hesitancy at how much it costs to use, so if you're on a budget you might want to check out some of the other tools first.

If you do need the help regularly, however, the cost might be worth every cent to you. Always know they have a free plan so you can test it out quickly to see if you find it helpful.

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