5 Best Paraphrasing Apps for Android & iOS – [Free & Paid]

Paraphrasing apps Android & iOS

Paraphrasing tools and applications are among the most useful things available to content creators.

Why are paraphrasers useful?

A paraphraser can help you write sentences, sentences, paragraphs, and even entire articles in a completely different way without changing their meaning. After paraphrasing, the original and rewritten versions of the text do not look alike at all, but have the same meaning.

To the untrained eye, it appears as if they were written by two different people. Both professional writers and amateurs use paraphrasing tools and apps for their work. Students in particular like to use them for homework to avoid plagiarism.

Paraphrasing is also used to remove repetitive words and phrases from your work. As we all know, all writers have some kind of crutch words. Even if they try their best not to resort to it Crutches, they still do this unconsciously.

In this article, we are going to share five applications for Android and iOS that will help you fulfill your paraphrasing needs.

The 5 best paraphrasing apps for Android and iOS

1. Prepostseo paraphrasing app (Android)

Prepostseo paraphrasing app

This is a free application that you can download on Android. It has no iOS version.

This application can rewrite with two modes. However, one of the modes is premium only and only costs almost $2.

The two modes in question are called “Standard Mode” and “AI Mode (Premium only)”.

Prepostseo registration part 1 Prepostseo registration part 2

The standard mode just uses a simple synonym changing technique to replace some words in the text. All changes are underlined and written in blue. If you touch them, you can open a dialog box that has some suggestions that can be used to replace them. This adds a personal touch to the end result.

Prepostseo online paraphrasing tool has a few more modes on offer and therefore offers several more paraphrasing options. It gives us 3 modes to use, all offering different paraphrasing qualities.

The only place where the tool loses to the app is in the word count. The app can paraphrase up to 5,000 words while the tool can only check 1,000 (for free and unregistered users).

For Two USD, you can even increase the word limit from 5,000 to 10,000 and unlock “AI Mode” as well.

2. Spin Rewriter Gold (iOS)

Spin Rewriter Gold

Spin Rewriter Gold is a paraphrasing app only available on the Apple App Store. It is a paid application that you can use after getting “Gold Membership” of Spin Rewriter online tool. This membership costs $97 for existing customers.

It uses ENL (emulated natural language) semantic spinning technology. ENL is an artificial intelligence and machine learning application that enables a computer/device to learn a natural language.

Spin Rewriter Gold Sign in Spin Rewriter Gold Help

Spin Rewriter Gold uses this technology to paraphrase the content. There are two important things that happen when the content is paraphrased with this app:

  • Words are replaced with synonyms.
  • The paragraph order is reversed.

You can choose whether you want to rewrite only individual sentences or entire paragraphs. However, there doesn’t seem to be an option to rotate an entire article.

It has a simple user interface and is also easy to use. Because it installs quickly, you won’t have to wait too long before you can start paraphrasing.

Following the same trend as the other tools in this list, the Spin Rewriter application is inferior to its online tool version. Still, iOS users can use this in a situation where they can’t access their computer and need to rewrite something quickly.

3. Paraphraser.io App (Android & iOS)

Paraphraser.io app

This is a paraphrasing application available for both Android and IOS. The application looks and works the same on both platforms.
It’s a completely free application and you don’t need to register for it either. You just have to download it and use it without preamble.

Register at Paraphraser.io Register at Paraphraser.io

Unlike Prepostseo Paraphraser, it has three modes and all are free. The modes are as follows:

  • fluency
  • default
  • Creative

The word limit for all modes is 5,000 characters, which is pretty generous for a free application.

The modes are discussed below.

Flowing mode

In this mode, the app focuses on making your output text more readable than the original text. It can change both words and sentences in the text, but only if they make it easier to read.

We definitely noticed that when testing the app. However, there was a small catch. Sometimes, in its quest for readability, the app would slightly change the meaning of the original text. And that’s not what a paraphraser should do.

The good thing was that the results were grammatically correct. We weren’t afraid of broken and meaningless sentences.

default mode

This mode is not designed for readability. It just uses a simple synonym swapping technique to change some sentences and words here and there.

Because readability is not considered, the results can sometimes be harder to read than the original. Also, unlike fluent mode, some grammatical errors may occur in standard mode.

As a result, the output is very mixed. You get some sentences that are really well written, and then there are sentences that look like they were written by a kindergarten kid.

creative mode

Creative mode is actually a paid feature in the Paraphraser.io toolkit. However, it is available for free in the app. This is great because this is the most powerful mode that Paraphraser.io has to offer.

Creative mode also focuses on changing sentence structure and tone (in addition to changing words and sentences).

The changes in tone and structure do not alter the original meaning of the text. The only downside to using this mode is that it also makes some grammatical errors.

There are no paid options in this app. what you see is what you get And that pretty much includes three modes, a 5,000 character limit (that’s almost 1,000 words, more or less), and ads, some of which are pretty intrusive (covering your entire screen).

4. GradeProof Proofreading & Plagiarism Detection (iOS)

GradeProof proofreading app

This is an iOS only application that can be downloaded from the Apple App Store. The app is usually chargeable. However, you can use all the features for a one-week trial period.

It offers multiple content optimization tools like a grammar checker, a paraphrasing, and a plagiarism checker.

GradeProof Proofreading & Plagiarism Detection GradeProof proofreading menu

The application has a beautiful and intuitive interface. The main menu comes in the form of colorful “post-it notes” (the kind you stick on your fridge as a reminder).

The paraphrasing tool in this application targets individual sentences and then highlights the parts that can be rephrased or rephrased. The user is presented with a list of suggestions and can choose the appropriate replacement.

The final version of the content can be stored in the cloud for easy access from your other devices as well.

The other included tools are just the icing on the cake and add value to the app.

5. Editpad.org paraphrasing app (Android)

Editpad.org paraphrasing app

The Editpad paraphrasing app for Android is free. You don’t have to register to use it either.

After starting the app, you go directly to the paraphrasing window without a preamble. There is a large text box that takes up most of your device’s screen.

There are four buttons with the following functions:

  • Upload a file to paraphrase.
  • Download a paraphrased file.
  • Delete all text from the box.
  • Confirm the decision to paraphrase the text.

The file formats supported by this app are PDF and DOC. You can create and read these two types of files in Microsoft Word, an application that comes with almost all mobile devices.

To use this application, all you have to do is write, paste or upload a file and click “Paraphrase”. After a few seconds delay, the input is changed and parts of the text are shown in bold.

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The parts in bold are the reformulated/reformulated parts. There are no options to edit the results like in some other apps.

The quality of the paraphrase is okay, but sometimes it distorts the original meaning quite a bit. So you have to be careful there.

A good feature is that you can paraphrase in nine languages, e.g. English, Indonesian, French, Spanish, etc. etc. However, if you need even more languages, the online web version of this paraphraser supports 17 languages.

There are no paid options, so you’ll have to endure the 5,000 character limits and occasional full-screen ads.


These were five of the best paraphrasing apps available for iOS and Android. Some of the apps were totally free, others were premium only and some of them had both options available.

You can go through this list and choose the one that is available on the platform you are using and has all the features you need.

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