Word Counter is an app for Google Chrome that is used for counting number of words, characters, paragraphs, sentences etc. in a text file. Whatever you write, it will show you all this data in real time. You can even copy and paste your text and can come to know about number of words, characters etc.
It is not limited to this only. It shows you top ten keywords and the keyword density too, available in written text. Writing is not a big task, but the way you write text matters. Specially for those whose profession is writing, such as bloggers, authors. Repeating of words can affect your article and can make it less effective for readers. By knowing the keywords you are repeating more, you can replace them with other similar words and can improve your text.
That’s why word counter is different as it is has this unique keyword density feature which most of the similar tools don’t have.
If you are an author, then this app is much useful and helpful for you. You can easily come to know about the words, characters, and paragraphs used by you along with keywords density. It will immediately show you the results in front of you and can help you improve your text quite easily.
How To Use Word Counter?
There is not an issue in using this app at all. You only need to open this Word Counter from new tab (after adding it to Google Chrome). Then this app will provide you a box which can be used for typing or for pasting any desired text. That’s it. Once you have entered text in this box, it will show you characters, words, sentences and more. You can see in the above mentioned screenshot. At the right side, it will show you keywords along with their density in percentage.
It’s a simple and easy way for word counting.
How To Add It To Google Chrome?
Add Word Counter with this available link. Once you have added it on your Google Chrome, you can use it by opening new tab of your Google Chrome.
Try Word Counter and see whether it is beneficial for you or not.
Along with it, you can also try these free software to count characters, words, and lines.