best AI writing tools

Artificial intelligence writing tools are designed to save busy professionals’ time and provide them with high-quality content in a fraction of the time it would take to write manually.

These AI writing tools leverage artificial intelligence algorithms, natural language processing, and machine learning techniques to generate human-like text.

We compiled a list of the best AI writing software, including their features, pricing, and areas of strength and weaknesses.

Top AI writing tools: Comparison chart

Vendor Best for Built-in plagiarism checker Grammar checker Free plan Starting price Beating writer’s block No No Yes $49 per month or $36 per month when billed annually
Rytr Copywriters Yes No Yes $9 per month or $90 per year
QuillBot Students and academics Yes Yes Yes $9.95 per month SEO teams and content managers No Yes No $14.99 per user per month or $12.66 per user per month if paid annually
Anyword Blog writing Yes Yes No $49 per user per month or $39 per user per month billed yearly
Grammarly Grammatical and punctuation error detection Yes Yes Yes $12 per month, billed annually or $30 when billed monthly
Hemingway Editor Content readability measurement No Yes Yes Free
Writesonic Freelancers and social media marketers No No Yes $19 per user per month billed monthly or $15 per user per month billed yearly
AI Writer High-output bloggers No No No $19 per user per month Creating long form content No No No $250 per month icon. Best for beating writer’s block is an artificial intelligence writing tool designed for freelance writers, marketers, business owners, and copywriters to create various forms of content, including website copy, sales landing pages, email, social media bio, and blog sections.

The tool allows you to add a brand voice by creating content that reflects your brand voice – this helps it generate copy that aligns with your organization’s persona. templates page. templates page


  • Free: They offer a free plan with up to 2000 words per month.
  • Pro:’s pro unlimited words cost $49 per month or $36 per month when billed annually – for up to five seats.
  • Team: It costs $249 per month or $186 per month when billed annually – for up to 20 seats.
  • Growth: It costs $1,333 per month or $1,000 per month when billed annually – for up to 75 seats.
  • Scale: It costs $4,000 per month or $3,000 per month when billed annually – for up to 200 seats.
  • Custom Enterprise Plan: Request for a custom quote.

Key features

  • Offers over 90 copywriting tools.
  • allows you to save and reuse key information via its Infobase feature.
  • The platform offers a chat feature that enables sales and marketing teams to interact more naturally with AI.
  • Support 25 languages.


  • It has a low learning curve and is easy to use.
  • Users applaud its brand voice capability.
  • Fast-growing community.
  • ​​Various email templates.


  • It lacks creativity and easily gets detected as AI content.
  • Lacks full-length article writing feature.

Also see: AI Detector Tools

Rytr: Best for copywriters

Rytr is an AI-powered writing assistant capable of producing content on various topics.

The platform supports 40 use cases, including blog ideas, email, job descriptions, blog section writing and more – you can also manually create your use cases by training Rytr for your specific needs. Note that only paid plan users can create custom use cases.

Rytr copy generator environment.
Rytr copy generator environment


  • Free plan: Allow users to generate up to 10k characters per month.
  • Saver plan: $9 per month or $90 per year. Users can generate up to 100k characters per month with this plan.
  • Unlimited plan: $29 per month or $290 per year.

Key features

  • Outline & brief generator.
  • Business idea generator.
  • Support copywriting frameworks like AIDA (Attention–Interest–Desire–Action) and PAS (Problem–Agitation–Solution).
  • Serves as keyword extractor and generator.
  • You can use it to create an SEO meta description.


  • Support up to 40 use cases.
  • Users can write in 30 languages with up to 20 tones.
  • Built-in plagiarism checker.


  • Limited support for low-tier plans.
  • Can sometimes overuse phrases.

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By Aminu Abdullahi, eWeek

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