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Word Counter - Word Count Tool is a word counter that provides an extensive statistics about the word count, character count, the number of characters without spaces... This tool also reports the number of syllables, monosyllabic words, polysyllabic words, sentences, paragraphs, unique words, short words, long words, ...
This handy word counting tool runs in all popular web browsers such as Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Safari, Internet Explorer... This tool is suitable to count words and characters in books, essays, novels, blogs, Twitter, Facebook statuses...
Word count is a very important metric of a writing. Besides, this tool also includes many other features like readability, keyword density... to maximize your writing productivity. The tool is useful for users who write in blogs, forums, websites, product reviews, office work... It also comes with an auto save feature - text is saved in the browser so that the user can continue to work on it at a later time.
Word Counter Tool Policy
What is regarded as a word?A word contains many characters (even including emoji). Words are separated by spaces, hyphens, punctuation marks...
What is regarded as a difficult word?A word that does not belong to the list of 3000 familiar words.
What is regarded as a unique word?A word that appears only once in the whole text.
What is regarded as a character?Any printable or non-printable like spaces are counted as a character, which constitues the character count. You can have the character statistics using this character counter.
What is regarded as a sentence?A sentence contains many words and ends with a full stop or a punctuation mark.
What is regarded as a paragraph?A paragraph consists of many sentences and ends with a new-line character.
How is the number of syllable calculated?The number of syllables in a word is calculated based on the vowel pattern in the word. This number can not be guaranteed 100% accurate because there are many grammar rules and nuances, but it is pretty close. Thus, this metric is appropriate when the demand for accuracy is not very strict.
What is the Average Word Length?The total length of all the words divided by the number of words.
What is the Average Sentence Length?The number of words divided by the number of sentences.
What is the Readability level?An estimated readability level measured by the Dale-Chall Score Formula.
Basic Word Count Statistics
|Characters (including spaces)|
|Characters (without spaces)|
Extra Word Count Statistics
|Average Word Length (char)|
|Average Sentence Length (word)|
|Monosyllabic Words (1 syllable)|
|Polysyllabic Words (≥3 syllables)|
|Syllables per word|
|Short Words (<=3 characters)|
|Long Words (>=7 characters)|
|Longest sentence (by number of characters)|
|Longest words (by number of characters)|
|Longest words (by number of syllables)|
|Estimated Reading Time|
|Estimated Speaking Time|
|Dale-Chall Readability level|
|Dale-Chall Readability Index|
|Automated Readability Index|
|Flesch Reading Ease Score|
|Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level|
|Gunning Fog Index|
Top Keyword Density
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