ai writing apps are the new hot thing , but with so many of them on the market , it can be hard to decide which one is right for you .
that's why i put together this youtube video , we'll compare 3 of the most popular ai writing apps on the market today .
why do you need an ai writing app ?
you might be wondering why you need an ai writing app in the first place .
there are a few reasons .
one is it saves time .
they can help you with your writing by automatically checking for errors and suggesting ways to improve your writing .
this saves you a lot of time and effort .
ai writing apps are also great , especially for non-english natives like me .
if you're not a native speaker , then you might struggle with writing in english , but these apps can check your grammar and sentence structure and help you produce more native-like writing .
they can also be helpful to save you from writer's block .
sometimes you get stuck and don't know what to write next , or you have ideas but you don't know the right words to use .
in that case , you could get some suggestions from ai and start from there .
this can help you overcome writer's block and get your ideas down on paper .
also if you want to publish your writing , you can earn even a bit of money from places like medium .
i started to write on medium a few years ago and i was able to make a decent amount of money in the last few months .
with the help of these ai tools , you might be able to build a passive income source .
having said that , let's take a look at some of the best ai writing apps .
jasper is arguably the most popular ai writing app on the market .
it comes with lots of templates and features that can help you write your content , emails and articles faster and more efficiently .
whether you're writing a blog post , a youtube script , a cover letter or anything else , jasper has you covered .
from the list of templates , you can choose the type of content you want to write .
for instance , if you want to write a full blog post , you can choose one short blog post , then you just have to fill in the fields like the topic , the audience and the tone and just by will take care of the rest and write an entire blog post for you which is kind of crazy now i think about it .
you can publish this directly but i wouldn't recommend it because a , ai can sometimes plagiarize other people's work intentionally and b .
what ai writes can be a little bit generic and not that unique .
so if you were to publish something written by ai , make sure to run a plagiarism check before you publish it and add your own spin on it to make it unique .
this applies to not just jasper but all ai writing apps .
anyway , let's get back to jasper .
you can also start from blank page and write on your own and sometimes the ai help you only when you need it .
for instance , whenever you are not sure what to write next , you can ask it to write the next sentence .
of course , there's no guarantee you're going to like what it writes , but you can ask it to rewrite how many times you want .
sometimes this is a good way to get unstuck .
by the way , you can access these templates from the left sidebar , so if you wanted to write just a conclusion for you , you can select a template for it and let it do the job .
so as you can see , jasper has a lot to offer .
i think it might be the most complete and advanced ai writing app on the market , but it also might be the most expensive one .
the cheapest plan costs $29 a month but if you want to use all the cool features you have to pay at least $59 a month .
this might be a bit too much for some people but don't worry there are cheaper alternatives .
lex is one of the newest ai writing apps , so it's currently still in beta and therefore free and has only limited functionalities , but i'm actually very excited about it because it has a lot of potentials .
something i love is that it's markdown based , so you can write and format your text easily .
for instance , you can use hashtags to make headings , also create a quote block with the use of greater than sign .
it's such a simple thing but i find it really convenient and saves time when i'm writing , which also helps me stay in the flow .
another cool thing is ask lex .
this is a little chat box where you can ask ai questions and get answers without leaving your document .
for instance , you could ask the difference between who and whom , which i'm honestly still confused about , or it could be anything that you need to know for your writing project .
i've been using it for only a week but i can see why so many writers love this tool because it really helps them stay in the flow without any distractions .
its super simplistic design also helps them focus on writing too .
oh and another thing i'm excited about is its roadmap .
it's going to build something like google docs where you can share your writing , leave comments , edit and collaborate with each other easily .
as far as i know there are no ai writing apps that can do that .
so when that happens , it will be a game changer .
hyperwrite is my favorite one because it's so useful and cheap .
like jasper and lex , it has a web app where you can write with a bunch of templates or blank page .
then you can ask ai for help whenever you need it .
but in my opinion , its chrome extension is even more useful than the web app because you can use the ai assist on any web page including google docs , gmail , notion , evernote or any other writing and note app .
so whatever website you're on , you can get a suggestion for what to write next .
if you don't like it , you can cycle through the other suggestions and pick the one you want .
this type of head mode is so useful because you understand the context of your writing .
if you're writing an email , in noise that's what you're doing and gives you a relevant suggestion .
also you can access the templates from this little button at the corner of the screen .
being able to use these on any webpage is really useful because you can get the benefit of air assistant on your favourite writing tool .
the pricing of hyperwrite is also very affordable .
they offer a free plan which has limited suggestions but if you don't do much writing this is probably enough for you .
and even if you want an unlimited number of suggestions they have a premium plan which is just about $15 a month , which is so much cheaper than jasper .
so if i were to pick one ai writing tool , i'd pick this one .
these ai apps won't magically make you a great writer , but they will make your writing more efficient .
i'm very excited about how these apps are going to improve in the future , but i'm not sure people are going to want to pay such a high price .
that's because there are now many free note apps that offer similar ai features .
for instance , i talked about how this note app called logsy can do something similar for completely free .
also other note apps like notion and accraft announced their integrations with ai which are probably free or cheap , so there are going to be fewer reasons to pay for these ai writing apps .
i think these companies need to find a way to make an even better product to justify the high price .
by the way , if you're interested , you can check out that video about logsic .
alright , thank you so much for watching and i will see you in the next video .