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Top 8 Apps and Tools to Help you Write your Essays in 2017

Writing an essay is a rather long process. For some, it’s easy, and for others it requires a bit more effort. The good thing is that nowadays there are many different technologies to help you improve your essay writing skills.

One of these ways comes from the use of apps. These writing applications that can be downloaded to your phone, tablet, or computer, allow for both help and improvement when it comes to essay writing.

Some of these are all-encompassing apps, meaning that they host a variety of usable writing services, while others are designed for one aspect of the writing process. Here, we have compiled the top apps to use when it comes to writing that essay.

Dragon Dictation

Why write when you can speak? Dragon Dictation is an app that you can speak directly into and it will type for you. Instead of spending time in front of the computer typing, especially if you aren’t a fast typer, this app makes it very easy to complete your essay.

Sometimes you may encounter writer’s block and find it easier to speak what’s on your mind versus write it down. If so, this is a good app for you. You can use it on the go, for example, when you are driving or walking to school.

RefME

When you write an essay most of the time you need to include resources. Not only do these sources make your opinions and arguments stronger, but they also show that you have done some research.

However, it can be hard to remember all the rules of the referencing style your professor asks for.MLA, APA, Harvard, it’s hard to keep track and order all the information correctly so as not to plagiarize. That’s where RefME comes in. It creates the complete citation for you after you’ve entered the information. No more reference page re-dos!

Coggle

Are you a more visual person? Do you like to see your thoughts and ideas connecting? Coggle is a useful app that can help you organize your ideas through mind mapping. If you’ve never tried out any brainstorming tecniques before, then try this one out. It will help you choose a topic for your essay, keep track of your idea for paragraphs, and note any random thoughts.

Evernote

Evernote has become extremely popular and there are several ways to utilize this app to get the most out of it. It helps you to organize your notes and ideas. You can use it for both personal and professional projects, and of course for schooling!

Not only does Evernote allow you to make and keep notes, or anything else running through your mind, but it also can save web articles and resources that you don’t have time to read or want to save for later. This feature can be really useful when writing an essay to keep track of potential references.

Write or Die

This motivational app will keep you on track with your writing schedule. You set some goals, and if you don’t reach them or keep writing, then you get a consequence! Punishments vary from non-stop annoying noises to the extreme of erasing what you’ve written. If you’re prone to procrastinating or getting distracted, this app will take care of that!

Written? Kitten!

Opposite of the above, Written? Kitten! Takes a positive approach and rewards you when you write. For every 100 words you write, you get to look at pictures of cute little cats. If that isn’t motivation to work on and finish your essay, I don’t know what is.

editMinion

One of the last things you need to do before handing in your essay is to proofread it. editMinionhelps you with that step. Itanalyzes your essay to find mistakes and edits needed. It’s a step beyond the simple spelling and grammar check in Word because edit Minion also looks for things like overused words, weak words, and sentence length. It will give you suggestions for the changes too.

Going back and rereading your paper is super important, so this app is really great.

Brain.fm

Need some help concentrating while writing? Brain.fm is unique in that it plays music specifically designed to make you focus and increase your attention. They have even carried out research to verify this.

Some people actually do better with some background noise. The problem is that the background noise they usually choose is too distracting. You can try Brain.fm to make sure that distractions don’t take place but you still aren’t in complete silence.

Although there isn’t yet an app to actually write your essay for you, and you have to do most of the work yourself, these top applications are definitely a big help. Try some out!

The American journalist Gene Fowler once remarked,

“Writing is easy. All you do is stare at a blank sheet of paper until drops of blood form on your forehead.”

Make no mistake, though – Fowler was totally lying, and writing is really hard. So let’s enlist the help of our robot overlords in order to make it a little easier.

Today I’ll share 15 apps and websites that might help you become a better writer. Some are huge, multi-faceted programs, while others are more single-purpose and can help with organizing research, planning, gaining motivation, or editing.

If you’d like even more resources to help with other aspects of your education, you’ll find even more websites, apps, and tools over at the Resources page.

If you’re unable to see the video above, you can view it on YouTube.

  • Coggle – a free mind-mapping tool that can help you organize ideas.
  • Storyline Creator – a mapping tool that’s built around individual characters and the flow of events in a story.
  • Evernote – my second brain. Pretty much everything I write starts out as a note here. Here’s another article I wrote with additional Evernote tips.
  • Scrivener – a full-fledged application for writing a novel. This is what I finished writing 10 Steps to Earning Awesome Gradeswith.
  • Novlr – a new alternative to Scrivener. It seems like it has a nicer design, but fewer features. I found some recommendations for it on the NaNoWriMo forums.
  • Byword – a minimalist Markdown editor for OS X. You don’t need to know Markdown to use it… but Markdown is really easy to learn.
  • Twinword Writer – a tool with a built-in thesaurus that suggests alternative words when you pause in your writing.
  • Write or Die – an app that will punish you if you don’t keep writing. Punishments can range from annoying noises to “Kamikaze Mode”, which starts erasing your writing!
  • Written? Kitten! – a more positive take on the Write or Die concept; instead of punishing you, it rewards you with pictures of kittens every 100 words.
  • 750words – the name describes it pretty well; this is a site that can help you build a daily writing habit. It’s got pretty cool stat-tracking as well.
  • DailyPage – a site that gives you a different writing prompt (e.g. Write about your favorite leader) every day.
  • Mendeley – I’m not a grad student, but I’d use this if I was. It’s a free tool that can help you manage research documents and PDFs.
  • editMinion – a tool that can analyze your writing and pick out weak and over-used words. It can also tell you if your sentences are too short or long.
  • Coffitivity – plays coffee shop noises to give you a nice working atmosphere – a good alternative to white noise generators.
  • Brain.fm – a web app that uses AI to generate music that’s supposed to help you increase your focus and attention. The site even has research to back up their claims. I’ve tested it a few times, and while I’m not sure if the music is truly working or just providing a placebo effect yet, I will way that it’s pretty darn good music for working.

By the way, if Brain.fm’s style of music isn’t for you, then you might enjoy my Ultimate Study Music Playlist on YouTube. I add new songs to it often.

Lastly, if you haven’t heard it, you might enjoy the CIG podcast episode where I break down how I wrote my 27,000 word book.

Got other recommendations that I didn’t include here? Share them in the comments!

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