Ursa Spell Checker

5 on 4 votes

0/5 stars
License: Shareware $9.85
Total downloads:359 (1 last week)
Operating system:Windows XP/7/8
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Ursa Spell Checker is an add-in for Skype to check spelling of your messages in Skype.
Just after installation a pretty teddy bear-icon appears in your system tray right beside the Skype icon. The icon will definitely make the girls smile. The interface is quite clear: you can choose the key combination to enable and disable the software. It really worked and it is a very convenient option for the user. Also you can add a variety of dictionaries to the program to be literate in any language you use.

On the first try the program worked fine – it underlined the words misspelled with red color, though not at once, after a minor delay. At right mouse-clicking it gives away a lot of variants a misspelled word might be.

On the second try, I had to wait longer for the program to offer me the alternative variants for a given wrong word. I even thought it stopped functioning at all. Also many suggested variants for the words I misspelled intentionally were far from the right words, though there was just one wrong letter there, and the words themselves were easily recognizable.

In conclusion, I can say that the add-in is quite useful and extremely easy to use. Though it is not free, a trial version is with no limitation, but is functioning for a certain period of time only.

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