Part of the art of creating content involves being able to paraphrase or rephrase old content. Of course, you can do this yourself, the traditional way, or you can use an AI tool to do it for you.
In this post, we gather the best AI paraphrasing tools to do so.
Why paraphrase your content
Paraphrasing what you once wrote might sound like English homework but I promise you it’s not.
A big part of being a content creator means going back to your old content to optimize it. This sometimes means refreshing and updating it so it stays relevant. In others, it can look like rewriting sentences with keywords making the content SEO-friendly or making it more readable by changing sentences from passive to active voice.
But optimizing isn’t the only reason for paraphrasing your content.
Sometimes your content is aimed at different audiences and writing different versions with different tones or even languages becomes crucial to keeping them engaged.
And even when publishing to different social media platforms, it’s useful to reword your content to make it suitable for that social media. For example, when you tweet, you can add hashtags to make them easier to find on social media.
So as you see paraphrasing is extremely necessary. But wasting time and effort in doing so, it’s not.
Best A.I. Paraphrasing Tools
Jasper is probably the most complete AI writing tool in the market at the moment. It supports tons of languages and has multiple templates that vary according to use-cases. Among them, you’ll find their content improvement template, which is basically a paraphrasing tool.
- Works in 29 languages.
- SEO features.
- Easy to use.
You can get a demo, start using this tool for free and then choose one of their plans:
- Boss mode: starts at $59 per month for 50K words per month. It includes a Google Docs-style editor.
- Business: custom. Get a tailored AI brand voice and collaborate with more than 5 users.
Quillbot rewrites your text for free and in different tones. You can maximize word changes and access even more tones if you go with their premium plan.
Quillbot is suitable for people writing in English, whether they use a Canadian, American, British or Australian accent. It doesn’t support other languages.
- Multiple English variants.
- Available online for free.
- Dark mode.
Quillbot has 3 plans:
- Free. Includes 125 words in the Paraphraser and two different tones.
- Premium: $9.95 per month. Generate unlimited words in the paraphrase and restore older output with its Paraphraser History.
Hypotenuse lets you rewrite content in whatever tone you want to: conversational, authoritative, enthusiastic, etc.
- Pick the tone and language.
- Research content for articles.
- API is available.
You can try the tool for free and use it up to 15 times. Then you’ll need to subscribe to a plan:
- Starter: $29 per month. Includes 25,000 words and bulk product descriptions.
- Growth: $59 per month. Write more than 85,000 words and collaborate with teammates.
- Enterprise: custom. Access to the API and to a personal account manager.
Writesonic has more than 70 AI content tools and you can use two of them to rephrase your content.
If you want to paraphrase only a sentence or a paragraph, you can go with their Paraphrasing tool. Otherwise, if it’s an entire blog post in one go, better go with the Article Rewriter tool.
With this latter, you simply need to paste the link of the article you want to rephrase and Writesonic does the rest.
- Multiple paraphrasing tools.
- More than 25 languages.
- SEO integrations.
Writesonic has different plans according to the quality of output you’re looking for. These are the premium quality plans:
- Free trial: write up to 10,000 words.
- Long-form: $19 per month. Write up to 60,000 words and access bulk processing, research mode and Complete Article Rewriter.
- Custom plan: unlimited words and users, plus custom AI development.
CopyAI started in 2020, like most AI writing tools, and since then has had a ton of popularity. Although it has premium plans to access its Wizard tool and other premium features, it also has tons of free tools. Among them, is their paraphrasing tool.
- Different tones.
- Multiple suggestions to choose from.
Its paraphrasing tool as well as its sentence rewriter are free. However, you’ll have to sign up to use them.
If you wish to access all of CopyAI features and languages available, you’ll have to go with a paid plan:
- Pro: $36 per month. Work on unlimited projects and access multilingual features.
- Enterprise: custom. Access the API and a prebuilt workflows library.
They also run weekly demos in case you’re interested.
CopyGenius is an AI ecommerce copywriter that has templates for different purposes: emails, descriptions, ads and more. If you wish to write a full blog post or a story, they also have the Genius Editor functionality.
Rephrasing is part of their templates and you can customize the output to another language or tone.
- Multiple tons.
- Different variants.
- Supports more than 100 languages.
You can try CopyGenius for free and generate up to 500 words or go with a premium plan:
- Starter: $19 per month. It has a 40,000 monthly word limit.
- Premium: $39 per month. Generate up to 120,000 monthly word.
- Unlimited: $79 per month. Unlimited words.
Rytr is an AI writing tool founded by Abhi Godarathat that provides you with powerful features to generate words and manage everything from one place: SEO, grammar and more.
It also has an AI image generator feature so you can add images to your text all inside Rytr.
Its paraphrasing tool lets you rewrite in multiple languages and tones.
- SEO features.
- Different tones and creativity levels.
- It supports more than 30 languages.
Rytr has three plans:
- Free forever: generate 10k characters per month and up to 5 images per month with AI.
- Saver: $9 per month. Generate 100K characters per month and create your own custom use case.
- Unlimited: $29 per month. Generate unlimited characters and get a dedicated account manager.
Shortly is a minimal writing partner that uses OpenAI’s GPT-3. It’s ideal for writing a long blog post or even stories and it’s very straightforward. It doesn’t work with a wide variety of templates and the few features it has are slash commands where you’ll find the “rewrite” option.
- Distraction-free interface.
- Easy to use.
- Free trial.
Shortly is a premium tool that you can choose to pay monthly or annually. If you go with their annual plan, it costs $65 per month.
INK is a cowriting assistant winner of multiple awards. They are part of a movement called Natural Language Optimization or NLO, which combines Natural Language Processing with SEO optimization.
It also has AI research and an AI image generator, so you can do a lot more besides rephrasing your content.
- Supports more than 20 languages.
- AI Content Shield.
- API is available.
INK offers free 7-day premium access to test all its features, including its paraphrasing tool.
- Creator: $59 per month. Includes one user seat and the Google Docs style editor.
- Professional: $118 per month. Includes the INK SEO content score and an emotional intelligence AI.
- SEO Rocket: $590 per month. Includes 5 users and 10,000 Bonus Planner Credits.
Finally, Wordtune, a company that was founded in 2018. This AI writing tool has recently developed an add-in for Microsoft Word so you don’t need to leave your word processing software to get the help of an AI.
You can get a look at its paraphrasing tool on its website for free, without even signing up.
- Free to use.
- Different tones.
- Microsoft Word add-in.
- Free: explore new ways to rephrase sentences. Limited.
- Premium: $9.99 per month. Shorten and expand your text.
- Premium for teams: custom price.
There’s hardly no AI writing tool that doesn’t include a paraphrasing tool. You might have been using one I didn’t include in this list.
However, I made sure to gather some of the best options. Personally, I think INK is the best tool, both for paraphrasing and for generating content in general. It has a wide variety of languages and its AI image generator is just fun.
But you can dive deeper into some AI writing tools mentioned here by reading our post reviews on them.
And I can finish this post without giving a special mention to OpenAI. Among all the cool things you can do with that AI is ask it to rephrase something for you. And once you sign up, it’s completely free to use.
So tell us:
Do you use AI writing tools to paraphrase your content?
If so, which one is your favorite?
Let us know in the comments!