Plag.ie is the plagiarism checker where users can get plagiarism scores free and in seconds. Even for papers hundred of pages long.
Our plagiarism checker is fast and accurate. You may try it right here, no need to sign up. You can always sign up to get access to more features.
Our plagiarism checker is loved by our users. This is why we have more than 6,000 reviews on the Trustpilot.
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#1 on Trustpilot
Our plagiarism checker is loved by our users. This is why we have more than 6,000 reviews on Trustpilot, with the overall evaluation being 'Excellent'.
#1 database of scholarly articles
Our users compare their documents with the largest database of scholarly articles from the best-known academic publishers.
Supports 129 languages
We are fully multilingual at heart and so are our algorithms. Our plagiarism checker supports 129 languages.
Free for education
We are happy to offer our plagiarism checker free for education. Teachers, lecturers, professors from schools and universities worldwide can use our services pro bono.
Types of plagiarism we detect
Our proprietary plagiarism checking algorithm is capable of detecting nearly all types of plagiarism:
Improper reference plagiarism
Our scoring system offers several features to help make your document the absolute best it can be. With all of these features, as well as color-coding to alert you to any problems, you’ll be able to quickly edit and correct your document with ease.
All reports are provided with a similarity score. This score shows how many similarities exist in your documents.
Plagiarism risk score
This score shows you the risk of plagiarism in your document. The more similarities are detected, the bigger the risk of plagiarism. Our research has shown that this feature detects the risk of plagiarism by 94%. This is but one of many reasons why users love our system.
This score alerts you to the number of paraphrases in your document. A high paraphrase score may signal plagiarism. Be wary of a high paraphrasing score.
This score shows how many improper citations exist in your document. While it’s acceptable to use citations, they should not comprise the majority of your document. It’s also wise to verify the sources of any citations used, in order to avoid the risk of plagiarism.
This score shows the amount of “matched” parts in your document.
Any kind of plagiarism found in your document will be highlighted for your review and correction. Paraphrases in orange, improper quotations in purple, and proper quotations in green. Even better, our plagiarism checker system will help you edit and correct your document.
Our plagiarism checker will place links to the sources on the matched parts in your document. These links allow you to correct any improper quotations, words, and paraphrases in your document. If you are confident that the quotations are placed properly in your document, a simple verification on your part will allow you to proceed with your document review and download.
Some citations may be recognized as plagiarism by teachers, so it is important to check your paper for correct citation in order to avoid any unpleasant surprises and negative consequences. Our plagiarism checker will let you know which citations are proper – they will be marked green. It will also mark purple all citations recognizable as plagiarism, so you will know to edit them. This is a unique Plag.ie feature – no other plagiarism detection system offers such a feature.
Our system’s state-of-the-art technology detects not only copy & paste plagiarism, but also paraphrase plagiarism. If you receive a high paraphrase score, it’s important to carefully and thoroughly review your document to avoid the risk of plagiarism.
Even if your document is written in several languages, our multilingual system has no trouble detecting plagiarism. That’s why our plagiarism checker system is recognized as the national plagiarism detection system in several countries.
A vast, comprehensive database is the backbone of any plagiarism checker. We are proud to offer you checks against billions of documents.
The open database consists of any open documents that might be found on the internet and archived websites. This includes books, journals, encyclopedias, periodicals, magazines, blog articles, newspapers, and other openly available content. With the help of our partners, we are able to find documents that just appeared on the web.
The database of scholarly articles
In addition to the open database, we offer you the ability to check files against our database of scholarly articles. This database consists of more than 80 million scholarly articles from the best-known academic publishers.
Our real-time plagiarism checking algorithm is capable of finding similarities with articles that were recently published anywhere on the internet. This powerful feature provides a safeguard against plagiarism from fresh sources.
The algorithm is enabled for all the checks, except the Quick Check.
Our plagiarism checking service follows the rule that the user account belongs to the user. This means that the student needs to create the account by themselves. What you need to do is only to share the link to our plagiarism checker with your students and wait for them to register.
As soon as the document is uploaded to the service for plagiarism check, a student may share it with their educator. Sharing is totally free for students.
Every educator is granted a free account. Educator’s account lets teachers and professors check up to 20 documents and see up to 20 similarity reports per month for free.
Educator’s account includes plagiarism check with the internet database and the database of scholarly articles.
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