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WordAi Version 3 Released

By Alex Cardinell on May 16, 2014

After countless hours of work, we’re excited to say that WordAi Version 3 is now here!

It has been our single goal from the very beginning to have the highest quality and smartest program on the market, and today was a very important day for us. We’re already starting to hear great things about the update, and we are thrilled that there are so many others out there who share in our goals.



12 responses to “WordAi Version 3 Released

  1. Tam on said:

    How the heck do you edit spintax on this new version.

    I can’t seem to effectively delete sections or rearrange them as I see fit. I could do that before…now not so much. It’s driving me a bit batty actually.

    • Alex Cardinell on said:

      The functionality for editing spintax should be the same. If you are having issues with that could you submit a support ticket with the article and settings you were using?

      Thanks!

  2. Marc on said:

    Am I the only one hoping for another update this May? I can’t even imagine how great this one would be, given how awesome 3 was. Surely I can’t the only one bursting at the seams in anticipation for WordAI 4?

    Am I correct in my hope that you guys have another big update coming this May?

    • Alex Cardinell on said:

      We have some big plans for Version 4 that we’re really excited about. WordAi Version 3 was by far our biggest update yet and we expect Version 4 to easily top that.

      We currently are planning on releasing WordAi Foreign Language Version 2 this April and WordAi Version 4 this summer.

      We do however have a major WordAi update (that is not a part of Version 4) that is planned for this May. It is a big enough of an update that most other spinners would just call it their “new version” and it’s something you’ll also be hearing about soon (it has to do with using artificial intelligent to automatically write new articles).

      So in short, we have a lot of things planned! :)

  3. Marc on said:

    Yeeessss that’s what I like to hear!! I wonder if its weird that I get this excited for this…nah.

    P.S. And here I thought Article Forge was going to be its own thing. At least, that’s what it looked like on your company site! I was planning on offering up some sort of sacrifice for beta access to that…

    • Alex Cardinell on said:

      You’re not the only one! ;)

      Article Forge is going to be its own product, but it will still be integrated very closely with WordAi. The goal is that (if you wanted to) you would from one interface be able to enter a keyword and the article will be written with Article Forge and then spun with WordAi all with one click.

        • Alex Cardinell on said:

          Article Forge writes unique articles based on a keyword, while WordAi takes one article and rewrites it many times. So if you only need one article about a keyword, I would recommend Article Forge. If you want to take existing articles and turn them into new articles, I would recommend WordAi. If you want to be able to enter one keyword and get back thousands of unique articles I would recommend both of them together.

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