Although the idea of quickly being able to create content might sound fantastic, it certainly has its disadvantages. Firstly, Google don’t like badly written content. In the past article spinners have been renown for creating poor quality content. Badly written articles are something that Google hates and you won’t make any human friends with it either.
Before WordAi even starts spinning, it reads the entire article to understand both "generally" what the article is about and the "specifics" as to what exactly happens in the article. This allows WordAi to create complicated paragraph and document level spins based on its deep understanding of the article. Because no other machine has this level of deep understanding, it makes your content look human written. It is even able to correctly write high quality titles by identifying what the article is talking about.
We tried and we tested. We spinned and we unspinned. After all said and done here, I think you should have already made your choice about which spinner is best for you. If you will be doing a lot of manual spinning, then The Best Spinner is probably the best choice. On the other hand, if you will be using the spinner just for automatic spinning, and you have enough capital, WordAI is the spinning tool for you. But if you are still on a budget, Spin Rewriter is your spinner. However, if you are going to be spinning text in languages other than English, you might want to go with either Spinner Chief or Chimp Rewriter. The choice is all yours. You can now make an informed decision.
The content above is 98% unique according to Spin Rewriter and I really like it. It actually seems better than the WordAI spin – only the “Standard” one however, it is no match for the “Turing”. One thing that the spinner failed to recognize is the “green eyes” phrase where it replaced it with “environment-friendly”. Yea, I laughed too. Anyway, here is the spintax for those interested in more testing: