Grammarly: AI Writing Keyboard

4.6 (126.2K)
242 MB
Age rating
Current version
Grammarly, Inc
Last update
4 weeks ago
Version OS
15.0 or later
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User Reviews for Grammarly: AI Writing Keyboard

4.59 out of 5
126.2K Ratings
7 months ago, L-Dizzle69
One of the MOST innovative apps
I know a lot of people did not rate this app 5 stars because it sometimes has weird glitches. Nothing that an app update didn’t fix. I use the Grammarly keyboard everyday at least once a day when I text. I initially started using Grammarly because texting is the main way my friends and family communicate with me. I have ADHD which makes it hard for me to word my thoughts, stories, questions, etc. verbally. It is even more difficult to convey my thoughts in a text message conversation because I simply just type the quick thoughts / ideas as soon as it pops in my head. Not realizing that my texts didn’t match my intended tone. Or my texts confused people bc I have difficulty shortening my thoughts. With the Grammarly keyboard I can still type out my text quickly and then i just scan it after to check for any grammar errors. It forces me to reread my texts as I correct the grammar too. Finally the tone detector adds the extra awareness to how my text is perceived. Over time I feel my grammar has improved as well as the way I express my emotions in writing. Please check out their website and other tools as well! They all work well together. You will take your grammar and writing to new levels with grammarly.
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10 months ago, Jimblg
full of bugs, that support won't address
I have written and in the process of editing/proofreading it, so i thought grammarly would be a good choice, well it is BUT , my book is over 70k words, but you can not import that file, since grammarly has limitations on the size, so i can only edit 8k words at a time, and God forbid you are trying to edit on an ipad (have ipad pro 11, 4th gen), you will be left with a 2*2 inch of working space to read, a lot of time it will stop saving, because it saves only online (God forbid of local save) so unless you copy and paste to "pages" you will loose all the edits that you do or have done. the "undo" is a disaster, suggestion that you choose to ignore temporarily stay in the way, suggestions will be hidden behind the keyboard, so you have to close the keyboard many times to access it, tons of bugs, and when i addressed it to their support, they would ignore what i say, and suggest things like "check your internet connection" , even though i said my connection is fine, and as per this typing i have recorded the issue proving that my connection is fine, but no one listens. tons of bugs and limitations. You would think as much as grammarly is advertised they would listen to constructive criticism with bugs that deserve fixing, but no, they ask for my file, MY BOOK, so no am not sending the file since it is irrelevant. I would love if that App works without the glitches and bugs, but it is and sadly enough, their support is not as supportive.
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2 years ago, Ddiva D
Suggestion: when a correction is suggested it would be nice if the reason/rule of grammar is quoted so we’ll learn at the same time. Maybe that's a premium service idk but that way you actually learn versus just blindly accepting correction and sometime not knowing exactly what or why the grammatical error is you’re making. IJS....Also I was proofreading my answers to a test and out of four questions asked one was supposed to have a grammar error. I typed all four sentences exactly into Grammarly but it didn't indicate any errors/corrections needed. Yet of course according to the test you were to identify the one that was wrong. So I hope I chose the right answer based on their criteria. So I don't know what's right the test or Grammarly. The test results don't tell you which were right answer not wrong; if they consider yours wrong, they just say it's wrong & give you the calculated score. Can somethings really be that subjective? I'm going to try and research the questions via another source and see if I can get different result. If that's the case then I may have an appeal to the test results scoring based in those questions that possibly could have more than one way for an answer to be considered correct.! Perhaps they need to update or clarify questions so there are no options for a correct answer. I'm sure there are plenty in this review because I ignored all suggestions.
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3 months ago, jennelou
Impressive and helpful but pricey
This app is very impressive. At first, I didn’t use any of the options that had to change the mistakes, but by accident, I pressed that green, the top left, and to my surprise, I started reading what it said and was so surprised how it caught the mistakes and how easily it was to change them. I also really like how they added the number row to the keyboard. My previous phone had that when I upgraded, the keyboard no longer had that which is why I was searching for a new keyboard. I kinda got frustrated and just stopped and came across Grammarly and kept it now I’m glad I did. The main reason I like it or I should say love it is the part where it will improve what you have written. For example, if you want to sound compassionate, you can choose that option and it will do that for you, which is truly an amazing feature. So far, I’m liking it, and I am very much leaning towards purchasing the premium, but it is kind of pricey which is why I am only giving it four stars. I think that it could be just a little lower and that would be the only reason why four stars, but besides that, it’s a great app, especially when texting and communicating with others and you want to revise your message to where others will understand it and not perceive it wrongly which has happened to me in the past.
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1 year ago, all than hard
It's good, but..
Grammarly helps you fix wordy sentences and short stories. I was writing a school essay with Grammarly, it was of course helping but it was giving me suggestions to change words that didn't need to be changed. Such as ‘for’ to ‘of’. I didn't need these words changed, so I deleted it, that card kept popping up. Even when I've made a mistake, sometimes it doesn't recommend another word, or an option to take it out. Grammarly helps but it doesn't teach. Which is helpful time-wise but not efficient for learning. It's a good service but I wouldn't use it as a teacher. Sometimes Grammarly autocorrects real words and phrases, but when I type them again it'll autocorrect again. So what about the undo button? Well, that doesn't work for me, I mean it works, but it's very laggy. One thing I think is really useful is the Grammarly tone detector. Let's say you want to sound confident in a story, the tone detector will tell you what it sounds like to readers, if it's not what you think it sounds like, then you can change. A downside to that is it doesn't tell you how you might fix it. It should have a section where you can select a tone and Grammarly will tell you how to make it sound like said tone. Although that would most likely be a premium. So, I do not mean to come off as offensive but fix some bugs, and consider my suggestion. I feel the tone detector would prove useful for writers.
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4 months ago, YesSirGuy
Unlock the brilliance within
Kyle struggled with expressing thoughts clearly—written dialogues riddled with grammatical errors and awkward phrasing. As a child and despite their knowledge, grades reflected a constant battle against self-expression. One day, while browsing online forums for writing tips, Kyle stumbled upon Grammarly. Intrigued, they signed up for the free version, unsure if it would be the magic bullet craved. Grammarly's suggestions, like gentle nudges, pointed out their mistakes and offered clearer alternatives. The once-daunting task became a collaborative effort, their confidence growing with each correction. Grammarly became Kyle's silent mentor, meticulously guiding them through the intricacies of written communication. Their dialogue transformed, their voice finding clarity and precision. Grammarly wasn't just a tool; it was a confidence booster, a bridge between their thoughts and impactful expression. Empowered by their newfound voice, Kyle blossomed. Grammarly remains their trusted companion, not a crutch but a catalyst for their potential. Their story resonated with others, inspiring them to embrace the power of clear communication. Kyle, once self-doubting, became a testament to the transformative potential of a simple tool, proving that sometimes, all it takes is a helping hand to unlock the brilliance within.
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4 years ago, Tainted Blue
Wish it didn't lag
I use grammarly online all the time and I love it. But the iPhone version is laggy. It doesn't pick up all of my keystrokes the way the stock keyboard or even other third party keyboards do. It often misses when I hit the space bar and some other random letters and it just overall feels sluggish trying to keep up with my typing. Another big problem that made me switch away from using it was its insistence on correcting the same word over and over and over and over and over again unless I typed exactly what I wanted and then selected the "quoted" version of it above. I'm used to the stock keyboard knowing that if I typed something a certain way and it corrects it, when I backspace and type it again the same way, it was intentional. Grammarly doesn't understand this and corrects it over and over unless you go out of your way to tell it that spelling was intentional. As someone who types fairly fast, I got irritated really quickly having the app correcting me in that way, especially when most of the time they weren't even spelling mistakes, but correctly spelled words that it assumed we're spelling errors due to it trying to predict the sentence. I preferred grammarly simply because I could type out a whole chunk of text and it would then give me suggestions on how to fix my mistakes at the end. For me, having to monitor the app's corrections as I type defeats the purpose. And the sluggish response kills it for me.
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2 months ago, Intuitive Minds Collective
Magic might be real after all.
After years of struggling with grammar, I finally discovered a product that transformed my error-riddled writing into a thing of beauty. It's incredible how much value can come from improving your communication ability. Seeing this transformation's results has been game-changing, allowing me to choose the desired goal of my writing and customize it in that direction. It's never too late to realize the importance of grammar, and with the right tools, anything is possible. I highly recommend incorporating a learner mode feature into the tool, which allows users to switch between a "get it done" mode and a "take your time" mode. As a user, I understand the importance of having the flexibility to skip lessons and explanations when necessary or to dive deep and fully comprehend the material. In addition, I'd advise users to view the tool as an auto grammar checker and as a valuable resource to aid their learning journey. It's crucial to set the intention to rely on it less and less as you grow your grammar skills. Ore. You will want to keep using it, though you will see.
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5 months ago, 🐺🐟 The Lupine Fish 🐟🐺
Strange. Seems to cause performance issues.
While sometimes I have problems with spelling (😿), I'm usually not a big "obvious" mistake maker. That correction for both less obvious and "technical"mistakes (punctuation in compound-complex sentences, clarity, etc.) is premium-only is one of this app's hugest downsides. But not too long ago I noticed that my keyboard was a little finicky. Scratch that. Make that VERY finicky. Lines were placed over each other; pharses from different paragraphs would magically move to the one I was typing in; things I had corrected randomly reverted to their originals; and, weirdest of all, it was not when I was using the actual Grammarly keyboard (but soon after I did). 𝐈 𝐡𝐚𝐯𝐞 𝒶 𝒻ℴ𝓃𝓉𝓈 𝖺𝗉𝗉, but it couldn't have been it because I have had it for quite some time without any issues whatsoever. Grammarly I had only recently gotten. It was off my phone in record time. It seems as if some people have trouble with this app and some do not. Because my mom didn't (and she—accidentally—convinced me to get it), I did not expect myself to have trouble with it; yet here I am. I say "did," but I'm having serious issues as I type. Currently the first sentences of my second paragraph are on this one. (Now it has fixed itself.) Before my brain explodes trying to figure out what on earth is going on, I'll say this: Download this, and apps like it, at your own risk.
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3 years ago, k.money_
Overrated & under delivers
Honestly, not to knock grammarly, but for the price of their services you would think the keyboard functionality would be more efficient. Just for starters I'm finger swiping through this review w/ GBoard and typing faster than I can think of what I'm typing. The fact grammarly doesn't have a swift style typing function when every other free keyboard does is ridiculous. I mean if the base keyboard doesn't have any of the features every other keyboard offers, its automatically a second tier keyboard so you would think as a base offering they would include swipe to type, themes, etc. As for the premium features, that's where all the appeal is. The unfortunate part though is that their premium subscription model is really absurd for the value you're actually receiving for that premium. As is with most apps that are pay to play these days, I don't mind paying a monthly premium for something that actually makes my life easier on a day to day basis. But unless you're a journalist or some profession where writing is the primary task being performed, paying $12 /month for your keyboard to tell you how bad you are writing isn't really worth it. Lol if it was only a few bucks then sure but honestly this app is the epitome of an unnecessary expense. They could do much more for what they're asking for their service. But that's just my opinion try it for yourself
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1 year ago, Sdurden23
Laggy to the point of being unusable
Update: this has still not improved and beyond that, the new inclusivity additions cannot be opted out. This is a problem because now, while I write a paper about a time period in history that contained slavery, I get constant “corrections” suggesting that I don’t call them slaves. Who is this actually meant to be helping? Because whitewashing the term slavery in a paper will not help anyone. For software this expensive, I would expect at least minimum functionality. Grammarly doesn’t provide that on the iPhone. It was always laggy, but since the last update, it has become useless. The app lags horribly in the Pages app and refuses to produce any results. Instead, it scans the text and leaves an empty box where the results typically appear. It struggles with the most basic tasks, and if you click to correct a typo you just made, you need to hit the button repeatedly to actually change the word or punctuation to what it recommends. Heaven help you if you try to use this on a long document. Not only will it have issues producing the results in the first place, but it will also make you repeat the scan almost every time you type to correct an error manually. Grammarly on PC or Mac for work does the job fine for the most part. However, the app is barely functional and definitely not worth the exorbitant subscription cost.
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2 years ago, Caree Newman
Grammarly improves my writing skills daily!
The feedback Grammarly provides each time I compose a text, email, note, post, or document is steadily changing, improving my ability to convey my messages and ideas succinctly. Almost daily, I receive compliments on my writing, “You are such a great writer!” or “I wish I could write like that.” “You can!” I enthusiastically reply. “Grammarly Premium is the ticket!” Although I wouldn't leave home without it, Grammarly still needs to refine its program further. It repeatedly fails to suggest the capitalization of “i” when necessary. Additionally, small but critical mistakes (e.g., missing end quotes) do slip through the app’s cracks; a final writer review is imperative before a written piece is finalized. But these drawbacks and oversights pale in comparison to Grammarly’s benefits. The Premium version is worth every cent and more! Unfortunately, I do need to review my written material after Grammarly provides suggestions. The app continues to overlook misspellings and neglects to catch “im” for “I’m” and “kand” for “and.” I do trust that with continued updates, the folks with Grammarly will address these minor bugs. Bottom line: My writing continues to improve and I wouldn’t leave home with it (Grammarly)!
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3 years ago, TedRoberts777
Feedback to get a 5 star review
Hi. As a person on SSDI and with a part time job I would highly recommend having the ability and flexibility in your business to offer scholarships to those in need. People like me would love to get off government programs and get the job that good writing habits could help grant. I gave this 3 out of 5 stars because I believe in your business and your a ability to honor my requests to provide scholarships to those that would qualify for such help based off government assistance proof or the proof of being disabled or low income by showing any form whether it’s via Medicare/Medicaid card or EBT card or even information found on a state ID that indicates a mental health disability. Please please do this not just to look good but for the ethics of looking out for success of others who desperately could use the quality a full package offers. Thanks in advance and I trust you’ll make the disability community and other groups that are lesser known proud knowing you put the people first before profit and who knows maybe a tax write off could be in your future. I will surely give you 5 stars if you implement such an idea to help people like me and others who cannot afford the paid version but could desperately use this.
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4 months ago, cookemaster224
Underdog vs the real Weiners 😁🙏😇✌️☝️❤️
Fantastic application for the new project and great community support from our partners and team members . As Brothers in Arms together we are committed to making this project more sustainable for our future. Everybody should have a PAL and Leala and I have many PALS to be proud of. Leala and I have been in this a very , very , very long time. And without the support of others we probably wouldn’t have finished the mission that was in our vision. Children and teens as well as adults when we believe in ourselves nobody can ever take away what god gave to each of us and those are the only God given tools that we need . As well as love ❤️ in each other . And always be in it 2 win it . Thanks everyone 🙏✌️☝️❤️🌙😇😁☝️🌙🥲. Btw that is why I chose to pick Leala because she is my Underdog . To the other people who are now inside their cages . Meow Meow 😸 . !!! See ya never and if you ever come into my path again just remember dog speed of lightning bolts defender . 😁😇😀🥲☝️❤️❤️✌️✨🌙😊😊😊😀😀😇🙃😅😅🤣😃😄😁🤣❤️❤️❤️😇 thanks Peter God, and peace be with you. I heard just you said, and also with you thank you..🙏
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12 months ago, DëZZÿ
Challenging and fun!
I saw this game advertised before it was available for download, and I “pre-ordered” it (the first time taking advantage of that option) I'm so glad I did bc of course I had TOTALLY forgotten about it when it showed up on my home page.... Lol. I actually thought my husband signed us up for application sharing or something..... 🤪Once I realized it was something I preordered, I played it and haven't stopped!!! The concept is super smart!!! (it's not just another boggle-based word game or crossword game with 1000 levels of 3-letter words! OR just another spin-off on Scrabble that takes the amount of time necessary between turns as a game would in person! BLAH!) The concept is fantastic, it's not over the top and they have executed it perfectly. My only suggestion, however, is to create a better way of inviting people to play a game with you... Even the link that's sent as a message looks so unappealing I feel the need to send a second text to verify it's not spam! I know I know - Looks can be deceiving, or don't judge a book..... Yeah, yeah... Either way, the game is great!
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7 months ago, dean.garrett
Excellent system, buggy app – 3.5 stars
I recently tried out the Grammarly app, and while there were a few issues, overall, it has significantly improved my communication. One of the problems I encountered was with the keyboard, which sometimes jumps around and makes it difficult to select words. Additionally, it occasionally imports words into the wrong part of the document. Another issue is that the app doesn't allow for enough variation in language usage. For example, when I intentionally use the word 'y’all.' The app even tried to correct it as I voice dictated this review. I am the president of a queer country/western dance organization, and the word “y’all” is both gender-neutral and thematically appropriate. I’m certain others make intentional word choices that deviate from standard grammar rules. It would be nice if the Grammarly app allowed that type of personalization. Despite these issues, I plan to continue using Grammarly because it has done wonders for how my messages are received. In the last two weeks alone, I've received praise from people who used to be my critics and managed to get some relationships back on track that my otherwise abrasive emails previously endangered.
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2 years ago, Whitney uark
Good for your spelling and Grammar
It’s a huge help if you wanna text professionally and proper this will allow you to illuminate questioning if you’ve written something incorrectly or having to take the time to verify that you wrote the appropriate word and it will even show you synonyms to use if you don’t want to use the word that you type but you can’t think of an alternate word this will allow you to pick a list of synonyms that scroll below the texting area right above the keyboard, keeping everything discreet and compact but enough to understand how to navigate this app as a keyboard and especially if you’re writing something professional via work or doctors office or somebody that you don’t want any slang text or language in your message the Swole remove all of that and show you appropriate options and it will tell you how your writing sounds if it sounds positive and honest and empathetic it’s a great app and I recommend keeping this on your phone or computer or tablet unless you’re an English teacher or professor in you are a master of the English language.
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1 year ago, Lingdscbn
I’ve have gotten a response!!!! Thank you support team.
Update: I have gotten a response and their support team is helping me to get a refund. It says I should get it back in 10 business days. I will come back on here to leave a better view when I do receive the money. Thank you so much Grammarly support. I appreciate it. No response, no refund yet. My sister is 12 years old, download the app thinking it would help with her 6th grade homework and at school they told her to stop using this app bc they are not allowed to be using online tools so she deleted the app, she didn’t know she had signed up for the annual plan and she didn’t know how to cancel it. She just thought deleting the app was the solution. I’m sorry to say but I’ve sent emails and I’ve put in requests and contacted customer support services. I’ve not heard anything back. I apologies for my 12 year old sister signing up for this but I did not authorize this transaction. And I just want everyone to know Grammarly never responded to me so I’m leaving this review here.
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1 year ago, g be nkl
The APPNis amazing
Sure, I'd be happy to write a review of the Grammarly app. Grammarly is an excellent writing tool that helps users to improve their writing skills by identifying and correcting grammatical errors, spelling mistakes, and punctuation errors. It is available as a browser extension for Chrome, Firefox, Safari, and Edge, as well as a standalone desktop app for Windows and Mac. One of the best things about Grammarly is its ease of use. Once installed, it automatically checks your writing as you type, underlining any potential errors in real-time. You can then click on the underlined word or phrase to see a suggested correction or explanation of the issue. Grammarly also gives you suggestions for alternative word choices, clarity improvements, and style improvements. Another great feature of Grammarly is its ability to adapt to your writing style. It learns your writing habits over time and can recognize your tone, voice, and preferred style, making it more personalized and accurate in its suggestions. Grammarly is also very versatile and can be used for a wide range of writing tasks, including emails, social media posts,
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6 months ago, Juan in a million!
It's a wondrous experience!
To whom it may concern, Since downloading the Grammarly application my once-unorganized, long, and wordy sentence structure and misspelled wording have improved. I say this because in my lifetime the simplest of attempts to convey a thought in writing was an immense task. I suffer from dyslexia and this burden has always set me back in school. The Grammarly application is like an angel on my shoulder! I won't go into the specifics of my struggle with dyslexia because anyone who has experienced this condition knows what I'm talking about. I'll never be a Pulitzer Prize-winning author. The only way I can express my joy in knowing I can convey a simple thought in words is amazing. I hope to continue putting my thoughts and writing potential into opinions and maybe a rough essay. In parting, I must share that I'm in the twilight of my years. By December of this year 2023, I will have turned seventy years of age. I'm so grateful to have found a tool like Grammarly to make my life and writing experience mean more than anyone may know!
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4 months ago, Tariq 218
First describes why students should prioritise travelling for different benefits it's like the following that travelling gathers leisure and eyes open to the world for students. Gamble said students will have new experiences by traveling. also, traveling enables the students to meet new people and gives them a tourist, culture that development of knowledge in them self. The writer added learning while traveling is better than the classes. Because the presence of students in the environment is the basis for learning languages. Gamble continues explaining that traveling enables students to touch material objects, which is completely different from reading about them. One of the latest main reasons for students to travel, according to the editor is view, learn to identify their problems and the best ways to solve them, which makes them more flexible and able to live an easier life. Secondly, the publisher mentioned the best student-friendly countries to explore like Canada, Germany, Japan, Australia, and New Zealand.
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3 years ago, scastío
Four Stars
Ever since I subscribed to Grammarly six months ago, I found myself feeling frustrated about one thing in particular: there was no way to access my Grammarly dashboard on my iPhone. Yes, I could use the Grammarly keyboard, but that was it. Last week that all changed when Grammarly finally introduced an editor for IOS. Finally, I was able to access my dashboard, and it made me feel like I would be writing a lot more, but there’s one detail that is making me a bit crazy and one that I cannot overlook: the lack of space to place a title when creating a new document. I reached out to Grammarly via Twitter, and they said that the title is from the text at the start of a document. I’ve tried quite a few times, but this doesn’t work for me. I’m almost sure that quite a few people are having the same problem. It’s a small detail, but it’s an annoying one. I cannot believe that Grammarly’s design team didn’t include a spot for a title when starting a new document. Unfortunately, this small detail keeps me from giving the new IOS editor five stars.
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4 days ago, Bigdog1488
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2 years ago, Suzanna AKA Suzanne
Beneficial App Yet Minor Issues
I am a 30-year-old woman who has dyslexia. I have dealt with this learning disability my whole life. This app has been beneficial for me, especially for work emails. I find it hard sometimes to communicate clearly what I need to get accomplished in a way that is descriptive, concise, and in a welcoming tone, not a demanding one. This app has been able to greatly enhance my grammar skills on a day to day basis. Yet, the issues I find with this app is that Grammerly doesn’t always allow me finish a complete sentence without notifying me with an “editing suggestion”. I find it difficult to get even be able to write my initial thoughts/ or thought process out, before the app wants to correct every single mistake; or the app is totally off base with where my words/point were going all together. And this can cause confusion and wasted time on an email or a text that wasn’t necessarily needed. I paid for a annual subscription for the premium service. Now, this is why Grammerly is rated only 3 star from me. But, besides that- this app is great, hopefully the developers will work out these bugs.
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9 months ago, Scar_Dasavage
Seriously love this app. It has helped me with so many assignments for my school and anything that I need when it comes to grammar or even checking for plagiarism. Initially I had accidentally gotten Grammarly premium. And I was going to contact my bank in order to refund me the money back. But I started using it a little bit and I copied and paste a few things from my assignments and it helps me change them up to make them sound, smarter, more assertive, and even can help you shorten it and make it more concise. I don’t regret granny Grammarly one bit. I bought the one year trial accidentally and now I’m going to go through with it until it renews the next year and then I will cancel it. But I definitely recommend getting the app and doing a premium free trial. Especially if you’re a high school student in your grades aren’t doing too well. anyways, Gammy is awesome. I definitely recommend it.
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2 years ago, Transploration
More irritating than useful
Grammarly didn’t last long on my phone. After a couple weeks of use, my irritation for the keyboard only grew as it became obvious that, at least on the free version, add to dictionary was functionally the same as ignore. It didn’t want to learn stylistic writing or preferences, it just wanted to throw a ton of judgmental critiques of my more conversational style of writing. Words of emphasis were no bueno, as were modifications of existing words to change their form. The autocorrect for some things worked unobtrusively but other things it was just obnoxious and non-obvious that it was going to or had already happened. It was unpredictable and intermittently insistent, while not always catching obvious, common typos like ‘sgoud’ Also not having swype nor voice input is incredibly limiting for a keyboard that costs as much as a streaming service. Take a less prescriptive approach and hire some machine learning programmers to sort through your data so the user experience is more tailored and then MAYBE your app would be worth what you’re charging
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1 year ago, Mr. Neighbor!
I love Grammarly!!
I never loved an application more than I do Grammarly. I consider it an essential vitamin-like a hot black cup of coffee in the morning. I find Grammarly helpful with both my personal and business life, but due to the fact I have ADHD, this life challenge shows up in my digital writing life as well; I find Grammarly to be a better cure than any medicated stimulant. This app catches a good amount of my errors, like when my brain is thinking so fast it skips words, or when I'm overly excited to see the fruits of my texts and don't have the patience to punctuate appropriately, or when I'm out and about in my car and I can't text my clients due to the law of no texting while driving; I will use the voice recognition feature, and Grammarly will happily take all the poor typed words and lack of grammar and convert it into beautifully clean, readable text for my clients. I honestly highly recommend this digital necessity.
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2 months ago, Dodge dogg
"The best apartment here, beyond compare, we're blessed."
Love this app, don't know what I would do without it. Highly recommend. This app has become an essential part of my daily routine. It has completely revolutionized the way I manage my tasks and stay organized. From keeping track of important deadlines to setting reminders for appointments, this app has got it all covered. One of the best features of this app is its user-friendly interface. It is so intuitive and easy to navigate that even a technologically challenged person like me can use it effortlessly. The layout is clean and visually appealing, making it a pleasure to interact with. The developers have truly put a lot of thought into designing an app that is both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Another aspect that sets this app apart from others is its versatility. It offers a wide range of features that cater to different needs. Whether you are a student, a professional, or a busy parent, this app has something for everyone. From creating to-do lists to managing projects, it has all the tools necessary to streamline your life and boost productivity. The app also offers seamless synchronization across multiple devices, which is a major plus for someone like me who is always on the go. I can easily access my tasks and reminders from my phone, tablet, or computer, ensuring that I never
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3 months ago, Mojo2nyte
I like the idea of the app. However, I have been unable to figure out the best way to use it. I have premium, and it regularly chastises me regarding my constant misuse of passive voice, and only once in a while does it tell me what to do about it. Obviously, I am proclive to speak that way, so why would I automatically know what my Alternatives might be? Sometimes, it is self-evident, but other times I am just lost. I also have an issue with some of the corrections they instill because I write how I speak and have a weird way with words. It's a part of my character. For example, it doesn't like that I used the word “obviously“ in the sentence above, but I used it to emphasize my statement, and that's what I want it to say. Lol smh On the other hand, (Grammarly) is an essential tool that helps me see what my weaknesses are and how to improve on them, so I gave it four stars. Thank you, Grammarly. Would recommend.
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4 months ago, Dinoraptor101
World-class best Grammar/Spell-checker
I hereby update my review in light of the latest updates! Grammarly Premium is the go-to editor you want in your professional life for documentation, work email, and other uses of the language, as it features the best-in-class Grammar editing, sentence reconstruction, and AI rephrasing, with support in the UK and the US. (Some beta features are still US only) I have used Grammarly for over three years now and signed up on the Premium early on to optimise my language with my business peers in the US and UK, and it worked like a charm. Throughout the years, the developers worked hard to appease my performance and experience complaints, and they pushed the software to an incredibly polished state, working perfectly on my Windows and iOS devices! * this is not a paid review, but a review from a very loyal and grateful customer! thank you for improving my professional life! worth every penny!
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1 year ago, Sammie317
Use Grammarly for everyday writing
I use Grammarly all the time. Recently I have relied on it for work emails, texts, and everyday writing. However, when I leave the Grammarly keyboard on, it constantly misspells words and tries to auto-correct, which leads to extra letters in particular words. I usually have to turn the app off until my text, email, etc... is finished, then I turn it back and use the proofreader at the end. It’s not a huge inconvenience, but I pay for the premium app. I guess I just thought that the premium would be a lot better. I wish the app would explain better why something is highlighted and maybe give an example with the suggestion. I will say this, I have received many compliments on my writing. I feel more confident writing emails for work and when I need to type up reports. In my opinion, Grammarly is worth the money. Thank you, Grammarly developers!
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2 months ago, Psxndc
Somewhat good, but there are some annoyances
I like that it does what it’s supposed to - suggest writing improvements. That said, there are a lot of frustrating aspects compared to other keyboards. 1) when swipe typing, the guess-what-you-were-typing is often way off, requiring you to try again. And again. And again. It slows down responses considerably. It mis-guessed what I typed probably a dozen times while writing this 2) it doesn’t always respect iOS’s autocorrect. I have custom autocorrects where if I type “@@” and a space, it fills out the latter half of my email address. Using the Grammarly keyboard that works *maybe* half the time. It will instead just type @@. 3) it inserts a space after punctuation, and there's no way to turn that off. Every ( is followed by a space. Every * is followed by a space. I use both a lot, and having to go back each time and delete the space afterward is maddening. It's my default keyboard now, but I've considered going back to Google many times and may still.
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1 year ago, Averroe5
Pretty good but...
They need to add a “Swype” style typing option to the basic service. Not sure if it's something they're reserving for the paid version or not. But even Apple keyboards are providing that option on their keyboards now on their basic keyboards. And everyone isn't going go use or like. But I won't pay for it as part of an addon upgrade type thing when I can simply switch keyboards to Google keyboard (which includes emoji without having to add an emoji section without having to add a new keyboard to the range of options that include it as a free option, same as G-board that comes packaged with the Google search app that's easier to look up things and then move to safari if it's something I have to sign-up/in for. Otherwise, the suggestions and auto-correct during typing is top notch compared with other keyboards out there offering a similar service, but even their basic service includes the swipe style of typing in 2023.
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1 year ago, Tammy Markson
Downsides to an otherwise good app
Overall Grammarly is a wonderful application. My favorite feature is by far the synonym recommendation available directly through the keyboard. I have a deep respect for the widespread availability at a low to nothing cost. However, certain features can be more difficult to work with and the service can be glitchy overall. For example, I like to use the spacebar to adjust the location of the lead, but when doing so the microphone option often gets in the way. This is a feature that is not removable anymore and I find it beyond irritating. The most damning though is the constant bugs. Such as offering the same recommendation over and over even after it is swiped away, not correcting words, deleting words when having to go back and correct another, trying to fix issues that have already been fixed, so on and so forth. It's a good app, but it can sometimes just be unusable.
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6 years ago, Mermy80
Grammarly is great but please make some developments •PLEASE READ THE WHOLE THING•
I'm my experience with Grammarly, I have been using it to type messages and sometimes when I type names, it changes it to a different one. My friends would get confused so I just wouldn't use Grammarly for texting. Another thing I have issues with in Grammarly is that it tries to put my separate words into ones together. I was typing my review and it put the words ”with and in” together. When I put commas in between my sentences sometimes it says I'm wrong and I'm not. It is not like my reading class which actually gives way more information than Grammarly. I'm sorry if you feel offended but I just think you need to make some improvements. Otherwise, of my issues, I give this app/keyboard a 👍🏽. It is a great app and I hope you make some developments to help me with my problems. I don't want you to get mad so please don't. I'm just telling you what you can make improvements on so you can make your app better. Please respond to this and thank you for making this great app.
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2 years ago, Sarah Nicole Vaske
Grammarly Review
Hi Grammarly, I love your app. I am a college student, so your app is beneficial. I am experiencing problems with Grammarly. I have a lot of essays I have to write, being a college student, and my grammar is terrible. This app is helpful. I want to voice my issues here. So when I write my essays, I have noticed that your app will add mistakes of its own; it will blend my words when I type a lot. I don't have problems just typing an email or a text message, but for more significant assignments, it will add words that don't belong; it will freeze; it adds extra letters to words that don’t belong, it will capitalize words in the middle of a sentence that don't need to be capitalized. I update my apps daily so when Grammarly needs updated I update it and still experience these problems. Again I love your app and I hope you take this feedback into consideration for future updates. Thanks.
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1 year ago, Mataya G.
Needs Major Fixing
I normally don’t write reviews, but I’m a college student who has been using Grammarly AND paying for the premium subscription. I thought I’d give some feedback. Using Grammarly on desktop is insanely helpful and rarely gives me trouble. Here and there I’ll get a sentence, phrase, or word, that needed fixing, I’ll click to fix it, and it’ll want to change it again. This can get pretty annoying at times. Grammarly mobile on the other hand, it is practically useless. It changes the words as you are typing, without suggesting. I played with the keyboard settings and no matter what it will insanely lag. You basically type much much faster than the keyboard. This leads to nonsense words being created and being “fixed”. It is a current mess and needs a huge update/fix. If you’re writing an important essay or email, just use desktop. Plus, the price of a monthly subscription is OUTRAGEOUS. Especially if you are a college student. $30? What a waste of money the past months. Yes, it does save time and improve writing, and yet I still don’t believe the price of this subscription. Unbelievable.
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2 months ago, Thepoorehouse
Too hard to customize/messes up auto text on phone
When it’s not in your way (you can’t get the grammar tool out of your way despite their insistence that it can be grabbed and moved), and when its keyboard doesn’t completely screw up auto text, it’s a valuable tool. I wish I could customize it more. I want to be able to get the stupid tool away from the text boxes and buttons so I can move quickly. Instead, I’m constantly being slowed down trying to dodge the tool or move it out of my way. We ought to be able to just stick it in a corner of the screen and use it when WE want to. Grammarly makes valuable suggestions. But when it doesn’t, or when it’s not needed, it’s annoying to get it out of the way. Let us decide how to use it. Talk to your users about the UX; there’s no way people who write and keyboard a lot appreciate the way it often serves more as a hindrance than a help. Let us stick the tool in a corner somewhere out of the way, or use a hot key to call it up, rather than have it hovering in the way all the time. At least give us the option of using it how we want to.
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2 years ago, UNOwenNYC
I'd give Grammarly 5-stars, IF;.....
I've used Grammarly for years - when it was a software application for Macs. I loved it. Still use it there. When I first noticed there was an iOS app, about several years ago, I got that. What's changed for me, and is I've now been doing it this way (swipe-typing) for almost a decade, and by far there's no comparison. It's MUCH faster than regular typing. I know some people have tried it, and usually, always immediately, are uncomfortable with doing it. Like anything, it takes a person time to grow accustomed. I picked up swipe-typing within just a few days (I'm so used to it, now, that when I'm using a keyboard which isn't swipe-typable, it takes me a few minutes to readjust). So, yes; my only holdback is if they gave users the option of swipe-typing (I'll also say this in favour of swipe-typing. First, as I said, you've got to grow accustomed to it. No biggie. The next is, depending on which app you're using, it takes it a bit of time to grow accustomed to you. At first, there'll be mistakes, gaffes, but very soon, they disappear. I'm comparing how long it takes me to re-write this, by comparing 'regular' typing to swipe-typing, and the time difference isn't a few seconds. not is it a few minutes. For me, it's about 80%+ faster to swipe-type. That means I can do A LOT more than hunt and pecking and check for errors). So, Gramnarly, balls' in your court.
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6 days ago, DocLykinsVA
I'm a bit irritated with it at times.
I liked it quite a lot at first, but I'm not sure what is going on with this app now. Examples as follows: • It always has suggested words that go across just above the keyboard. I would see one I was going to use to save time by just clicking on it with my stylus; the words still appear as before but do nothing when I click on one of them. Irritating. • It doesn't seem to be very fond of using contractions! I would use the contraction “I’m” and it will either tell me I should use “I am” instead, or just let it stay as “Im” without auto-correcting it. Then maybe it will wait until the next paragraph to have the “I’m” show up beside the big green circled ‘G’ on the left upper part of the keyboard- or sometimes it won’t at all. • It can be helpful at times when I click on the green ‘G’ and it will show if your email is presenting in different tones like assertive, pleasant, etc. I wish one could toggle that on or off especially when I want to sound cranky, etc. • Lastly, I wish there was a way that you could wait until you're done with your correspondence and THEN run the suggestions, etc. When someone new starts out on this app they do not realize that suggestions pop up to use before you're done with what you wish to convey, inducing confusion and your sentence to sound funky. What I do is write my email using another keyboard, then switch to this one as a spelling/grammer checker. 🤷‍♂️🤔🤨
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5 years ago, sailor_0703
Full access is necessary
For any keyboard like this, it cannot see what you type, if you don’t allow it to. That is the entire point of these apps(especially this one in particular, while some others, the main purpose is elsewhere). This keyboard app is supposed to correct your grammar/spelling. However, it cannot correct your grammar if it cannot “see” what you write, and it cannot see what you write without “full access.” So, if you don’t want that, then don’t knock the developers for writing and making the software that they claim to be making. Also, just for the record, all of your information that you type is still going out online. When you put a credit card into a website, that info is sent out via internet, and collected through multiple parties regardless of what keyboard, software, or device you are using. If you can’t handle that, then go hide in a cave.
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5 years ago, PennCCRN
Bluetooth Keyboards Limited - Some punctuation typing is inefficient
Overall, I like it although there are some issues that I find switching back to the built in Apple keyboard away from the Grammarly keyboard. First, I noticed that when using a Bluetooth keyboard the Grammarly functionality is not available. This is quite disappointing since I use my iPad to type quite a bit of material and by using my Bluetooth keyboard it negates the functionality of Grammarly and I can only use it if I’m typing it on the screen. Second, I have noticed that when typing and searching for punctuation marks it’s quite difficult to find the exclamation point which is only available after changing not one, not two, but three different screens. This is grossly inefficient when typing long documents as it slows the writer down quite a bit. Fix these things and I’d use it more frequently, I’ll reevaluate it over the next year and if not fixed I might discontinue my subscription. On plus side, I use it at work with Microsoft Office and it works great.
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1 year ago, pweatherman
I really enjoy having it
It really makes my life a lot easier. There are times where I do not want it to recognize whatever issue it has up, but hi, appreciate that it catches things. I have felt more and more that voice recognition makes an extreme amount of mistakes, and usually when I’m using voice is because I either have a lot to put in a message or I cannot look and text at the same time. This does an excellent job of catching the majority of the issues. My biggest issue is it does not understand double expressions or over-emphasizing a statement, for example; I so appreciate your kindness, and. Period. Period. usually, it wants to take out “so” and as you noticed, I wanted to put “...” and it spelled out the word instead of “...” but Grammarly did not pick up “. Period.” I wish that they had a skip, or ignore button, so that if I do not want that word, phrase, expression changed it will go past it to the next one.
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5 years ago, unbreakablegabby
it’s good..
It’s good, it’s not the best but it’s good. I hate how they want full access, that’s a little suspicious and sometimes it corrects wrong things (like if you write a whole story, it’s more than likely Grammarly will be wrong on 30% of your “errors”) Grammarly on the iPad is really bad but it corrects your obvious errors and there are some glitches for me on the iPad Pro, like when I want to add something to the dictionary it does it but the next time I go on grammarly it’s like it resetted. And I kind of hate how when you check your field and it doesn’t teleport to the part of the field it’s talking about, like it just stays wherever you were at. You’re staring at your keyboard the whole time and not looking at your actual text kinda It’s a great app on the computer and I’d highly recommend it for typing that way but on all devices, you should always proofread after you check the field bc it doesn’t correct everything like how you’d like it to. It checks a word based on the previous and the following. *DOWNLOAD AT YOUR OWN RISK FOR PRIVACY CONCERNS*
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4 years ago, savnative503
Review for Grammarly
Hello, my name is Alberto, and this is my review for Grammarly. I have started to use Grammarly two years ago and I have found it do be one if not one of the most valuable applications that I use. It is very easy to set and utilize I can employ this application in just about everything that I wright online from school, work to social networking I have the confidence to post knowing that Grammarly has analyzed my spelling as well as my punctuation. The free trial has all the basic needs to get your writing skills on their way to a great start. In the paid services it has advanced options that go beyond other spelling services I have used the past. One of my favorite advanced options is the copyright checker I feel confident now that when I submit an assignment that the work is unique as well as Grammarly correct. I would recommend this product to anyone who is in school or anyone who writes for there career.
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9 months ago, Swim143
Can you help me?
Absolutely! I have to take a moment to give you an honest appreciation for the benefit of this application. The amount of time I conserve from much less self-editing is invaluable to myself and my family. I have a book I feel I am ready to share. I have a story about past trauma. I have to tell the young women who are close to choosing the same road I chose, and this figurative road nearly took my life several times. I am confident with the help of Grammarly, I can begin to heal through the use of writing. I can not allow my trauma to be in vain. With help from Grammarly, and God I have confidence my book will be published. If my story keeps one woman from the past road that was meant for evil, meant to slay me! A manifestation from the Holy Bible. In Genesis 50:20 “You meant evil against me, but God made it for good so that many people will be alive as they are today “.
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5 years ago, casperyana
Great app but I have some ideas to make it better
Grammarly is so easy to use it’s literally the best app out there for grammar and spelling it’s very useful and has its benefits the only thing I don’t like about the app is that it doesn’t capitalize words that need to be capitalized and I also don’t like how I change the keyboard it makes it a little harder to type but what I do like about it is that the . It is on the main keyboard so you don’t have to press needing to get a period this is very useful thank you so much for making this app I wish I discovered the app sooner. this makes it so much easier life it’s way better than Microsoft word. Grammarly finds things that Microsoft word cant which is very very helpful and fixes his sentences which is also good except for the capitalization I wish it would fix that and yeah five-star rating oh and one more thing I wish it told me where to put a period
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2 years ago, ZCraftMan
It’s Good But……
I love it my dad has been using it for a while but… it’s a little annoying. What I feel is annoying is the full lock cap of premium features can you at least let us know what’s wrong but not allow us to fully do it (for example if you think a sentence sounds wrong can you correct the label why it sounds wrong and what it means under the “buy premium” status. For example “this sentence has this issue ____.” what this issue means is “_____.” but you don't give us the answer without paying for a premium account. that way you are teaching the English Language at all times. Also another thing I feel like there should be a purchase option named “Family plan.” You can pay your whole family for Grammarly. You set individual accounts for your family members and their birthdays. That way they can use and learn different words from the level they should be at.
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6 years ago, Amethystshouldbeimpressed
I’d give it a six out of five if it weren’t for these problems
Hi! I just love your Desktop application, it is so useful and it works pretty well, except for the fact I can't make it work on Google. However, your app for mobile is very disappointing. It doesn't let me automatically look things up, the little green button on the corner of my screen only checks my spelling errors, which I don't make many of those anyway, and it doesn't check any of my grammatical errors. I made some very obvious ones to test it out but it didn't do a thing, and grammar is my biggest problem and the reason I downloaded it. I might have just used autocorrect with a normal keyboard. Also, I thought this would be a tiny feature I could put on my customized keyboard, but instead it gives me a whole new keyboard. This honestly is not a big deal, but there is a feature most third-party keyboards have called ”swipe input” that I highly recommend. All in all, make it more like the desktop application but include the swipe input. Sincerely, Unsatisfied P.S. Wrote this with your keyboard ^~^
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2 years ago, Sassiesgirl
Not happy
When I start typing and Grammarly takes my words that I have put spaces between and turns the words into gibberish it is frustrating. This is an dxamlkemofbehatnutvdpoez. I was typing words and this is an example of what it does. I am not a fast typer so why this happens is a mystery. I use an iPad so I can see my finger touching the letters of the words and my the space bar so when gibberish shows in place of what I typed it upsets me that I have to constantly back track to correct the mess. What is going on Grammarly? Unhappy user. Another irritating thing it sometimes does is not allow the word I typed. It keeps changing it and requires so many attempts before it accepts what I am typing that it is a huge waste of time. The bugs are definitely not fixed. I have disabled it out of frustration. Initially when I first installed it over a year ago it was better than it is now. Too much AI influence trying to second guess me. Done with you!
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