Wordblast: How It Works
Video: Introducing Wordblast (75 Seconds)
What Is Wordblast?
Wordblast is a text synthesizer. It's easy to use.
Is Wordblast good with facts?
Not so good. Wordblast is good with general concepts and great for personal statement about politics, diversity, and religion, but can get things like names, dates, and places wrong. If your writing has a lot of facts, use Speedwrite instead.
How do I start making text?
Write about 5 or 10 words, and Wordblast starts making predictions.
How do I fix repetitive words?
Sometimes, Wordblast doesn't know what to say next, so it can repeat words.
To fix this, replace the repetitive words, and start writing a new paragraph.
Why are the predictions bad?
If the existing text has errors, then Wordblast's predictions might contain errors.
Fix the text, and the predictions are better.
Will Wordblast re-write existing text?
No. Use Speedwrite instead.
Can Wordblast produce offensive or illegal text?
Yes. If your country, organization, or institution regulates speech, or doesn't allow free speech, use of Wordblast my violate your local laws or rules. It's your responsibility to conform your speech to the laws in your location.