Word processors can't exclude quotations when you want a word count. So when you've got to write "x-number of words, excluding quotations", you have to find all the quotes yourself, and count each and every one. It can take ages.
Now there's a new, smart way to do it. Unquote gives you your word count, minus the quotations. It works with all word processors, including 'Pages' and 'Word'. And it even tells you how many quotes there are, and shows you the word count for each individual one.
With Unquote, you no longer have to count up
Introducing new analysis tools, with a new graphical interface.
- See how evenly quotes are spread through your essay
- View graphic showing ratio of quoted words to own work
- New quote info panel compares individual length to essay average