Spellr is a new web application by Melon Media that automatically checks your websites for spelling mistakes. Last week I received my beta account and it works great, apart from some minor glitches (that’s why it’s called beta, no?). Spellr currently supports English (International, UK, USA, Canadian), French, Italian, Spanish and German.
You initiate a scan from their website and 2 minutes later - this website counts around 100 small pages - you can check the generated report. I scanned this blog a couple of times now and caught
quiet quite a few mistakes. The quality seems good - as far as I can tell - but returns too many errors for the technical jargon used on this website, more on that later. I’m sure there are still more mistakes to be discovered here as my English is far from perfect so this is a welcome tool for me.
There are no pricing details available yet but Melon Media promises free scans for ‘small’ websites, whatever that may be.
This article was spell checked by Spellr. ;)
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