WhiteSmoke Releases New Grammar Checking Software

New version features enhancements to existing algorithms designed to increase any English speaker's confidence in their writing, especially for second or foreign language speakers.

Tel Aviv, Israel – June 1st, 2017 - Israeli Software developer, WhiteSmoke (TASE: WSMK), launched a new version of their grammar checking software today, named "WhiteSmoke v10", available for PC.

Conveying a clear message to other people, whether in relation to business or personal matters may sound simple, but in reality it could be (and more often than not is) a complicated task – even if both parties speak or write in the same language. Miscommunication decreases efficiency by nature, increases the number of iterations required to get anything done, and can even lead to disasters.

"Business communication between global companies is hard enough without making grammar errors. At WhiteSmoke, we strive to provide a holistic software solution for communication needs, whether it be for individuals or corporations." said WhiteSmoke's CEO, Itay Meroz.

"WhiteSmoke's been helping hundreds of thousands of users across the globe" said WhiteSmoke's CMO, Amit Greener, "In this version of our software, we rebuilt the software from the ground up and were able to significantly improve our performance as well as provide additional information about each error, allowing our users to learn from their mistakes and increase their level of confidence in English."

WhiteSmoke's software already corrected over three billion grammar errors over the course of its fourteen-year run. In 2015, WhiteSmoke expanded its platform support by releasing a mobile app, available on Android and iOS.

About WhiteSmoke:

WhiteSmoke was established in 2002 to answer an emerging need – quality written communications in a time of increasing global interactions brought on by the growth of the Internet.

Since that time, millions of user’s world over have relied on WhiteSmoke products to ensure their writing is clear and professional.