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Text Analizer Pro, from 89p, but currently free on Google Play Store.


About this App:

Analyze your document or homework by pasting the text or uploading a picture

Text Analyzer
is a simple to use text analyzing tool for counting words, characters, sentences, and paragraphs in your text that you can type, paste, or just take a picture of it. Moreover, get reading speed, overall sentiment of the text, entity analysis with wikipedia links, syntax and morphological analysis, synonym recommendations, download nicely structured pdf of the analysis.

To analyze the photos, we use Machine Learning Kit provided by Google to analyze the text from the image.

This app is designed to increase your productivity and make your life easy. The app is an effective tool to analyze your essay paper before submitting or for any other platforms that do require the word limit.

Features
Camera
Snap a photo of your text and get a detailed breakdown

Syntax and Morphological Analysis
Detailed syntax analysis of each word and relation of each word towards the text

Entity Analysis
Extracts names and places from your text and generates a wikipedia link to them and shows how important each entity to the text

Sentiment
Calculates overall sentiment of your text, if its negative or positive

Real-time Count
Counts words, sentences, and etc as you type

Copy paste
Copy and paste the text

Count as you type
Get the real-time count of words, characters, sentences, or paragraphs while you type

Archive
Saves all of your analyses in the archive for later access

PDF version
Save the analysis result in pdf format into your phone or cloud

Detailed Statistics
- Synonyms
- Reading time between different levels
- Number of unique words and their frequencies
- Average length of words and sentences
- Graph Normal Distribution of words
- Text difficulty level
- Text uniqueness

The app is fully translated into English, Russian, and Spanish; however, it can be used with any language that uses Latin or Cyrillic based alphabets.


What's new:

- Automatically replace overused words with suggested words
- Few minor bugs fixed


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Freebie link again:

play.google.com/sto…pro
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Top comments
A text what!?!?!
If it's going to spell everything in American English it can kiss my ass. He's waiting at the stables.
No one will steal this one !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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21 Comments
A text what!?!?!
No silly permissions either...
DingIs23/01/2020 20:49

No silly permissions either...


I think that's not on, given the analising.
Here simply for the Lols.........
ANALIZER
If it's going to spell everything in American English it can kiss my ass. He's waiting at the stables.
An anal what?
repouk23/01/2020 21:49

An anal what?


Not just a regular one but a pro
No one will steal this one !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Voted hot because I found it already installed and thanks to you remembered to free space 😁
They might use it though!
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HyperLuminal23/01/2020 21:45

If it's going to spell everything in American English it can kiss my ass. …If it's going to spell everything in American English it can kiss my ass. He's waiting at the stables.



A simple use of the app shows it displays what it sees. Analyser = Analyser. Analizer = Analizer.

The Editor even spell checks in whatever language your phone is set too (UK - English). It even reads handwriting although less accurate (menu was translated as meue in the writing I tested.) Great app with good potential.

Great potential in this field (I'm working on a few ideas myself )
GlentoranMark24/01/2020 19:37

A simple use of the app shows it displays what it sees. Analyser = …A simple use of the app shows it displays what it sees. Analyser = Analyser. Analizer = Analizer.The Editor even spell checks in whatever language your phone is set too (UK - English). It even reads handwriting although less accurate (menu was translated as meue in the writing I tested.) Great app with good potential.Great potential in this field (I'm working on a few ideas myself )


Hehehehehehe, interesting, thanx for that review, and all that. :-D

"I'm working on a few ideas myself)"

By all means, do keep us posted like? thanx.
Edited by: "amour3k" 24th Jan
HyperLuminal23/01/2020 21:45

If it's going to spell everything in American English it can kiss my ass. …If it's going to spell everything in American English it can kiss my ass. He's waiting at the stables.


I often wonder if what they speak can qualify to be called english
amour3k24/01/2020 23:54

Hehehehehehe, interesting, thanx for that review, and all that. :-D"I'm …Hehehehehehe, interesting, thanx for that review, and all that. :-D"I'm working on a few ideas myself)"By all means, do keep us posted like? thanx.


Until 3 months ago I knew nothing about machine learning. I attended a meetup.com on the subject and we worked through a problem similar to this app. It was pretty easy TBH and I'm not that familiar with Python. It got me thinking of other uses though, the app I'm working on trains images from the game Banjo Kazooie (or any open world game that you can explore), when it recognises a character or scene, it will give a clue to the next image or character like a sort of treasure hunt. It's really only for proof of concept but I've another idea for a park treasure hunt for children like find a tree, find a daisy ect. I've a third idea which I won't reveal as I think it's a killer idea but if I can get the first 2 ideas working then I reckon the third is solvable. It would be widely used, I know this for a fact and I haven't seen an app in the Play Store that does similar.

For the game, I've trained the images and created the package I need for Android but I'm struggling implementing it on a phone. I thought this would be the easiest part because I've developed a few Android apps but I'm having trouble implementing the code. I'll get past it eventually.

BTW for anyone interested, training the images isn't hard and Google have some great tutorials that even a novice can work through. Click here: tensorflow.org/tut…ion and then Run in Google Colab. No coding experience is necessary, you just have to tick each box and let it run. When your happy with that then you can make changes to Googles code and experiment yourself. That's basically how I trained my own images.
Oh and this app is just an expansion of Google's own code but it makes something useful out of it. Kudos to the developer but expect many more apps to use Machine Learning. ML isn't new but using it on a phone is only recent. I was at another meetup this morning and was given the idea that someone with Alzheimers could use a phone to recognise faces. Brilliant idea although might be harder to implement as you can't train images on a phone (yet).
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