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Hack the art of writing

If you aspire to be a bit of a wordsmith, Ginger Page Premium might well be for you. This clever piece of software has a multitude of smart tools to improve how you write, whether that be a literary tomb or just a text message.

We can all improve our writing, and there’s plenty of reasons why it can be beneficial to do so. People are judged by the way they write. In many walks of life communicating effectively is key to development. It’s like the old phrase ‘dress for the job you want’ – Writing in a professional manner can be the easiest way of impressing colleagues and bosses.

Your word processor might dabble in these areas, but this is a cut above.

Ginger Page sits across your devices and acts as the English teacher on your shoulder. It’ll correct typos, pick you up on slang or shorthand, and ensure your grammar is on point. Your word processor might dabble in these areas, but this is a cut above.

It also has some tools to help you take your writing to the next level. It can rephrase sentences for you in a more elegant way, and has a personal trainer to improve your vocabulary and style. Over time you can develop quicker and more effective penmanship. It can even translate your words accurately into 50 different languages.

A lifetime subscription to the Premium service can cost as much as $748, but for you lucky AA readers there’s a big discount right now. For a limited time you can get the lifetime subscription for just $69.99.

Get penning like a pro and sign up now via the button below.

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