Grammarly offers a cloud-based writing assistant tool that corrects your spelling, grammar, punctuation, clarity, engagement, and delivery mistakes. It uses AI (artificial intelligence) to provide specific suggestions to help you improve your writing.
Most people use the browser extension version of Grammarly but it comes as desktop and mobile apps too.
- Web (Chrome, Safari, Edge, Firefox)
- Basic — Free
- Premium — $12 per month
- Business — $12.50 per member per month
⏳ Information last updated: 7 Oct 2021
- Real-time text correction — as you type, Grammarly highlights the words and sentences that are either incorrect or if they can be improved
- Cross-platform — available on almost all the platforms as native apps and browser extensions
- Accurate suggestions — most of the time, suggestions provided by the tool are accurate
- Personal dictionary — it a word that you frequently use is not in the Grammarly database, you can add it to your personal dictionary so that it doesn’t get flagged as incorrect the next time
- Encrypted documents — all the documents that you run through the tool are encrypted by 256-bit AES & SSL/TLS encryption
- Plagiarism checker — the built-in plagiarism checker runs the document through billions of indexed documents and checks if the text has been plagiarised from anywhere
- Microsoft Word integration — Grammarly also has a MS Word extension that lets you find mistakes inside a Word document itself
- Supports American, British, Australian, and Canadian English
- Checks for writing tone, formality level, and inconsistent style
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