Even though most word processing and blogging platforms contain word count tools, the truth is, they’re not always accurate or convenient. In a business where every word counts, being able to get it right makes all the difference. Today, I’d like to share a few free word count tracking tools with you. Hopefully they’ll make your life a little easier.
- WordCounterTool.com – Not only gives you your word and character count, but you can also take a typing test to find out your WPM.
- Wisgary – I love this word count tool because it not only counts words, it counts characters, lines and characters without spaces.
- Word Count Tool: It couldn’t be easier, simply cut and paste your text and the app will do the rest.
- Scribendi – Another simple copy and paste. Counts words and nothing else.
- Word and Character Count Tools: I’m not sure why there are word count and character count tools at a site for Internet calling plans, but there are and they do just fine. Go figure.
- TranslatorBase.com – Another tool that does more than count words. This word counter also tracks pages, lines, and characters both with and without spaces.
Do you have a favorite word count tool? Share in the comments!
Nice list, the word counter that I usually use is: http://wordcounter.bulling.se/
it works for very long texts as well so I would like to recommend it.
Seems like the address has moved to:
Case Changer says
I suggest a word count extension that might help your writing if you use Chrome
or this add-on if you use Firefox
if you want a quick & reliable solution, you can go to its web version:
Rohan Yadav says
yea, when write a discription or any article, there has always any word limit. I like your blog because your share free word count tools. I will try from these tools and share with others if i get any best experience.