Innovative online summarization service, Resoomer, introduces new features to help users summarize their texts and increase their productivity
The team behind the revolutionary automatic text summarizing platform, Resoomer, is not resting in pursuit of delivering an amazing experience to all categories of users, a claim backed up by the recent addition new features to offers. Resoomer was designed as a 100% free online service for to sum up texts, articles or documents, with a user-friendly interface that allows users to get the gist of any content without spending long hours or breaking the bank to pay for writing tools or services.
One of the major challenges faced by millions of people in different parts of the world, especially people who work with a large volume of texts or articles, is to summarize the content without giving up the main message. Over the years, tech companies and other experts in the content creation industry have come up with several tools and services to help with text summarization. Unfortunately, many of these solutions have not effectively addressed user concerns due to unreliability and exorbitant fees charged by service providers. However, Resoomer seems to challenge the status quo judging by the reviews pouring in from users from different parts of the world.
The multilingual platform is designed to identify important ideas and facts in a text, providing users with an educational tool to summarize content in 1 click. Resoomer is versatile and has an easy to navigate interface compatible with argumentative texts, articles, scientific texts, history texts as well as well-structured analyzes of works of art. The online summary tool can be used by editors, readers, students, professors and even journalists. It is also becoming the preferred solution for a good number of publishers, librarians, libraries, writers, institutions – educational and non-educational, and writers of all genres.
Resoomer is a web-based summarizer tool for copying and pasting content or an extension for web browsers such as Opera, Firefox and Google Chrome for online articles, summarizing texts in 500 words. The tool continues to enjoy rave reviews from users from different parts of the world. “You can try an online text summary like Resoomer. It’s nice and the algorithm is quite accurate at the level of the summary.” –John Sullivan.