We know that you want more from your spinner so X-Spinner uses a new, unique, organic approach to spinning, one that grows with your needs. X-Spinner's new method actually gets better the more it is used. No other spinner has it - it's the new, exclusive Statistical Replacement Technology (SRT). It works in a radical new way by selecting the statistically most appropriate synonym for any word or phrase. SRT works in a similar way to Google Translate - you may have noticed Google Translate is getting better over time with more accurate translations. This is because as the web grows, the sample size for Google Translate's database increases, and so becomes statistically more likely to use the correct wording when it translates. X-Spinner works in a similar way by polling its huge Cloud Thesaurus for the statistically best synonym. As the Cloud Thesaurus grows, so X-Spinner gets better and better at synonym replacement. Remember - it's exclusive, don't expect to see this kind of technology anywhere else. ONLY with X-Spinner!
Once upon a time there lived a boy. He had blue eyes with blond hair as yellow as gold. The young boy was small and fragile, but his mind was swift like the wind. He could calculate the outcome of any situation in the blink of an eye. But that was not his biggest talent. No. His biggest talent was perception. The young boy could understand and perceive anything faster than anyone he had ever met. Then, he fell in love with a beautiful princess. She had magnetic green eyes and light brown hair. He loved her very much and she loved him back even more. There was only one problem – the young boy was the son of a blacksmith. The princess’s father would never allow her to marry a simple son of a blacksmith. But their love was too strong. In one fell swoop, the young boy raised an army of undead and started a rebellion to overthrow the evil king who did not believe in true love. After months of fighting against the armies of his beloved’s father, the young boy was assassinated and the war was over. No songs were sang.
There is also the option to spin capitalized words (assumed to be proper nouns) as well as leave any number of words unchanged, depending on whatever you enter into the "ignore" field, separated by commas. You also have the option to only keep the sentences that were altered a minimum percentage, as indicated by the "Keep Sentences that Changed" option.