5 AI-Driven Tools That Can Improve Content Quality

Posted March 27th, 2024 in Content. Tagged: , .

Any concerns you had before clicking on this article about artificial intelligence (AI) generated content should be immediately dispelled. There were some noticeable concerns among writers about AI-generated content not being good enough.

At the start, I despised using AI for the longest time and refrained from using it as I considered it an insult to my intelligence and skills. That was before I started using AI tools on a colleague’s request for the first time around two months ago.

Things have not been the same since…


I have found that these tools increased my productivity and more productivity meant that my employer was satisfied (and paid better). I therefore will go back on my original views and heavily advocate for every writer to give AI tools a shot.

It’s the best time right now and what better way to showcase AI’s true capabilities than by listing 5 best AI-powered tools that can improve content quality?

5 AI-Powered Tools to Enhance the Quality of Content

Ever since I got the taste of AI, I’ve tried my hand at several tools. It’s like a Pandora’s box that opened, and it unleashed my curiosity. On this journey, I’ve encountered my fair share of dud tools.

Tools that I’m concerned about may not even be AI tools and are just riding the AI bandwagon for easy clicks. I’ve also used a cavalry of mediocre tools with average results and options, good tools with decent outcomes, and the best tools on the market.

We’ll look at those five best AI-driven tools to help you improve your content quality starting with Google’s very own reasoning engine.

1. Google Gemini (formerly Bard)


What started with LaMDA and concerns about potential biases hence the delayed release can now outperform human experts on massive multitask language understanding (MMLU).

Gemini isn’t the first conversational AI chatbot and it certainly won’t be the last. It’s about the lasting impression it has made. There are a myriad of ways that it can improve your content quality.

It’s not a specialist writing tool, yet it can still perform all writing functions. It’s a jack of all trades in that regard. Now, I’m not super good at using AI chatbots. I am aware of certain command prompts relevant to my field.
Based on my experience, I would say Gemini is the best when it comes to improving content quality as seen below. It may have to do with its up-to-date database. Please take note of the specific outlines I provided.

Gemini - screenshot

You can personalize it as much as you want for even more specific outcomes. This is an example of what’s possible. A potential shortcoming for Gemini is the fact that its best version is locked behind a monthly subscription.

Everyone on the planet has access to the free version. You can bank on pretty much everyone getting the same answers for the same prompts. Ingenuity is required using the free version. That and strict paraphrasing.

2. EditPad


Good, functioning paraphrasing tools are capable of improving even human-written texts. The AI technology in these tools is simpler compared to the behemoth technology behind Gemini. Yet they’re efficient at what they do like the EditPad.org.

Natural Language Processing is a term that will come up a lot when talking about AI paraphrasing tools. It will also come up for other writing tools later in this article. It is simply that useful.

This machine learning technology gives tools the ability to interpret and understand human language. They can understand the intent or sentiment behind the language with NLP.

Similarly, the EditPad paraphrasing tool utilizes NLP masterfully, allowing you to create originality in your content or explain it better. Paraphrasing tools aren’t authorized to change the original meaning of your text. That’s the whole point of paraphrasing.

Instead, with the assistance of AI technology, the EditPad paraphrasing tool finds clever ways of improving the clarity and readability of your text. Based on which mode you select, of which there are 10, you will receive original results from this tool.

EditPad - screenshot

It too is free to use and as seen above, offers multiple file uploading and downloading options. It even offers individual sentence rephrasing. Content writers across all domains can use this tool to improve the quality of their content.

3. Grammarcheck.ai


This one hurts me on a personal level. The increasing ignorance of grammar errors in content writing these days is stunning. Articles with common grammar mistakes were able to rank before but times are changing.

The use of AI tools is becoming increasingly commonplace. With the exception of a few tools, they are able to fix grammar errors on a surface level. Of course, more in-depth grammar fixing will require specialist grammar tools like Grammarcheck.ai.

Other tools can pick on common mistakes like the appropriate use of “Your” or “You’re” in situations. The AI in Grammarcheck.ai can identify the grammatical function of each word, understand the relationship between words in a sentence, and perform named entity recognition.

It provides fixes for your content’s grammar errors based on the massive training data it has access to. You can see it for yourself below:

Grammarcheck.ai - screenshot

It too supports multi-format file uploading. Unlimited word count is special in this domain. You can correct your content’s mistake either individually with “Correct” or as a whole with “Correct All” to save time. That’s on top of fast results and automatic suggestions.

4. Summarizer


We have to accept that not many people enjoy reading as they used to in the past. Over 50% of Americans haven’t read a book in the past year according to a 2022 study. A worrying trend that has to thank apps like TikTok and others for its root cause.

In order to compensate for short attention spans, content writers need to adapt. For instance, in my dopamine detoxing article, there’s information and certain parts that can be shaved off for a better reading experience.

If I know that my audience would prefer a to-the-point short article on this topic than a 5000-word essay, my top priority would be to summarize it. I would want to summarize it in a way that the main ideas of complex texts are easily graspable.

I would use Summarizer in that instance. It would ensure that the core message of the article is understood by anyone reading it and the information provided is easily retainable.

This AI text summarizer can identify the most relevant sentences and words. It can understand the connections and flow of information between sentences. Based on all this information, it provides a summary based on the length you’ve set.

You can view the summary in bullet points too. The summary provided is extremely accurate to the source material. You may realize that the wording is different compared to the original in the summary below:

Summarizer - screenshot

That’s because the AI in Summarizer.org is granted the liberty to use smart wording to reduce content length meaningfully. Summarizer tools that don’t use AI are not capable of using their own wording to create summaries.

5. Wordtune


Wordtune is another big-budget AI tool much like Gemini at the beginning. Wordtune does about the same thing that every tool on this list can do. The major exception that differentiates it is its “Input Translation”.

Wordtune supports input in several languages including Spanish, Mandarin, Arabic, Hindi, Korean, Hebrew, Russian, German, French, and Portuguese but it can only rewrite in English. That may change in the future.

It’s most commonly known for its rewriting. It offers a basic grammar and spelling error check. Its summarizer is another good feature worth exploring. All-in-all, the free plan offers the following options per day:

  • 10 Rewrites and Spices a day
  • 3 AI prompts a day
  • 3 summaries a day
  • Unlimited text corrections

Closing Remarks

The beautiful thing about the five AI tools in this article is that all of them can be used in the order they’re mentioned or separately. Either way, they will improve your content quality. There are tons of ways of improving content quality by experimenting with these tools.

About the Author

Olivia Jhon

Olivia Jhon has always been interested in sharing his knowledge and expertise with others. This led him to start writing about AI Tools on his personal blog where he covers topics related to Marketing. He also regularly contributes articles to leading tech publications, offering insights and tips on the latest trends and technologies in web development.

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