Grammarly Improves Writing Skills for Free

by TechMainstream Staff

May 24, 2018

Grammarly Helps Perfect Writing Skills

For professionals, students or everyday users, Grammarly, a Chrome, Safari, and Firefox browser extension, scans your written text for issues such as "common and complex grammatical mistakes" in scholarly papers, work documents or text content in Gmail, Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. There are currently 10 million Grammarly users today: Grammarly's "AI-powered products help people communicate more effectively."

Grammarly not only corrects grammatical issues but explains how to correct them with explanatory analysis- context-specific suggestions to be exact. Plagiarism checking and other advanced features are available for the paid Grammarly Premium version: Advanced checks for punctuation, grammar, context, and sentence structure, vocabulary enhancement suggestions, genre-specific writing style checks and plagiarism detector that checks more than 16 billion web pages.

A text sample can be submitted via the online plagiarism checker and proofreader. Grammarly Native Apps are available for Windows 7+ or macOS 10.8+. Grammarly for MS Office® works with the Microsoft program to help streamline your office writing skills. 


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