Thesaurus Article Spinner User Built Unique Content Creator Translator Launched

The Best Spinner version 4 has been released on the market. It’s an addition to the user-built software thesaurus that helps users to instantly spin unique versions of their articles.

Lafayette, United States - June 1, 2020 /PressCable/ —

California-based software and marketing tools company, Jonathan Ledger Products has launched version 4 of the world’s largest user-built software thesaurus. The software is designed to help writers and editors to instantly spin unique versions of any article.

More details can be found at http://haveinfo.com/best-spinner-4-0

The product was built by nearly 100,000 users and has many features. Among the newly updated features is the ability to translate any article into 14 other languages, and to generate an audio/mp3 file from any article using cutting-edge text-to-speech technology.

Also added to the newest version of the software is the virtually unlimited built-in content with 132,000+ Private Label Rights articles and ArticleBuilder.net content along with the new Visual Spinner which makes it possible for spun document creation to take place. The software now runs on any computer or device with a web browser; touch devices fully supported.

The new features have been added to the old and still useful ones, which include the user-built synonym thesaurus that updates constantly as the tens of thousands of users work in the system. This feature can generate up to 100 spun versions of one’s article at a time into a ZIP file, or automatically generates one spun version on screen that you can copy to the Windows clipboard. The Spinner is also the fastest, easiest interface for spinning articles and creating unique content with lightening speed.

Apart from being simple to use, the Spinner 4 is also considered the most intelligent of its kind on the market with millions of synonyms. With its instant push-button spinning, the software makes for crafting of flawlessly high-quality articles for authority sites. With it, one is also able to instantly publish spun content to one’s WordPress blog.

The user-built synonym thesaurus comes with an almost endless supply of seed articles that users can take advantage of instead of having to craft their articles from scratch. These can be accessed via the software’s in house database.

The company currently has a special limited-time offer that entails access to the Spinner 4 at a discounted price. There is also a 30-day money-back guarantee that comes with the product.

Interested parties can visit the aforementioned website and take advantage of this special offer.

Contact Info:
Name: Jonathan Ledger
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Organization: JonathanLedger.com
Address: 3527 Mt Diablo Blvd, Lafayette, CA 94549, United States
Website: http://jonathanledger.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 88959827

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