Mac: Hemingboard began as an iOS keyboard that works like an amped-up thesaurus, not only suggesting synonyms to whatever you're typing, but also rhymes and similar-sounding words that you can use as puns. Now they have brought their wordplay weaponry to your desktop. The new desktop tool works pretty much as you'd expect: It lives on your menu bar and when you're scratching your head to find the right word, you can easily summon up synonyms to boost your writing from OK to — let me check my thesaurus — adequate. Easy access to a library of synonyms is the most practical aspect of the app, but Hemingboard is known more for its pun dictionary. As someone who makes bad jokes with regularity, I can attest that it's pretty fun and helpful, but you won't suddenly become Shakespeare unless you contribute some wit of your own.
Hemingboard For Mac Instantly Suggests Synonyms, Puns And Rhymes
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