Ludwig Ludwig / tool / free

Ludwig is the linguistic search engine that boosts your English writing. It lets you search and resolve your linguistic doubts, helps you to turn your ideas into well-written texts and makes you incredibly more independent and confident at your job.
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submitted about 1 year ago, anonymously
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Hey Pineapples,
My name is Antonio and I'm CEO and Co-Founder at Ludwig.
We started Ludwig because Writing in good English is a daily challenge for millions of non-native English users, faced with linguistic barriers, misunderstandings and a sense of inferiority (converting an idea into a sentence takes an English-as-a-Foreign-Language user on average 4 times longer than a native English speaker, with worse results).
We perfectly know how it feels and decided to build the product we always wanted to have.
Ludwig is a linguistic search engine that lets you search and solve your linguistic doubts, helps
you to turn your ideas into well-written texts, makes you more independent and confident at your job.

How can you use it?

To get reliable English translations, with contextualized examples
To check your English sentences by comparing them side by side with reliable examples
To find the inspiration to express your ideas with ease and learn how to write more effectively
We are looking for people who use and give feedback on our desktop app. If you are willing to claim 3 months of Ludwig premium for free, apply here, download the app and give us your feedback.

Let me know what you think of it and (if you want) le me have your feedback.
Thanks a lot,

antortl, about 1 year ago


Writing in English when you’re not a native speaker can prove difficult. There’s bound to be a Grammar Nazi somewhere ready to point out even your smallest mistake. And if you’re Italian, like me, the commonplace is that you suck at English (which might be true...!). If you think this is your case too, Ludwig is the ideal resource to check your sentences and vocabulary.

roadesso, about 1 year ago

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