is a free app that can "squeeze" a text or a web page and extract the juice, i.e. the sentences with the highest information content, to generate an automatic online summary of the processed text. To summarise a text, enter the text or the address of the page to be summarised, select the language (in addition to English, it supports texts and sites in: Italian, German, Spanish and many other languages) and the desired summary percentage. Summazer performs spell-checking, grammar and morphological analysis to obtain - highlighted - the most important sentences, where the size of the characters is proportional to their relevance!
The Summazer report also shows: the graph of the semantic relevance trend, an indicator of the "summarizability" of the processed text (SoT) and the main hashtags that can be deduced from the text. If the summarizability (SoT) is low, this may be due to spelling errors, excessive use of obsolete or foreign words, or the processed text is full of phrases that are not related to each other from a semantic point of view (as happens, for example, if you summarise an entire web page, instead of selecting only the text that actually conveys the meaning of the article).
After obtaining the summary and the main hashtags, you can search for images related to the concepts extracted from the text.