Posted on Wednesday, February 20th, 2019 by Will Hagle
SMMRY quickly and efficiently reduces large blocks of text to summarized points.
SMMRY is not an aesthetically pleasing site. In fact, it could be accurately referred to as ugly. Yet it accomplishes a function in such a simple and effective manner, that it’s actually more enjoyable to use than others that have attempted the same feat with fancier design. SMMRY does exactly what it tells you it’s going to do: summarize text in as many sentences as you’d like. You can paste in an article, an excerpt from a book, a homework assignment, or whatever it is that you want to read without actually reading. The site then quickly returns a summarized version of the text within the same box.
To demonstrate SMMRY‘s effectiveness, I pasted in the above paragraph and entered in that I would like to have the text summarized in two sentences. This is what the site returned: “SMMRY does exactly what it tells you it’s going to do: summarize text in as many sentences as you’d like. The site then quickly returns a summarized version of the text within the same box.” SMMRY is especially useful for summarizing news articles, as it cuts out the opinions and clutter and focuses on the points that matter. You can also upload a file or paste a link in order to get a summary that way. If you want something summarized, for whatever reason, check out SMMRY.