In this post, I will be sharing Grammarly review which is so far the best tool for writing error-free blog posts. What it does is, it check your posts for grammar, spelling, punctuation, and many other errors, highlight them and suggest possible corrections as well.
After using it for more than a year, I thought why not write a review on Grammarly to share my personal experience with LazyCoders readers.
Since 2008, Grammarly has quietly grown one of the most successful self-funded products on the web. Grammarly was founded by Alex Shevchenko and Max Lytvyn.
Features you need to know
Grammarly is an online proofreading tool that helps to write error-free contents. It is a very helpful tool for native and non-native English speakers to improve their English language skills.
You can check your articles with more than 400 grammatical rules to make them errors free as well as can check Plagiarism to making sure it’s unique and not published anywhere else before.
Let’s take a look at key features…
I guess the most common problem faced by most of the beginners is spelling mistakes. And the primary function of Grammarly is spelling checking. It’s a very useful spelling checker tool that can help you if your writing skills are poor.
Grammarly scans the whole page and underlines the wrong words by suggesting the possible corrections. You can fix the incorrect word just by clicking the underlining word, and a pop-up will appear with possible correct words.
Grammarly has designed an advanced grammar algorithm that checks the content with over 400 grammatical issues.
Grammarly improves your English by suggesting the correct use of subject-verb, forms of the verb and much more than any other grammar checker tool.
It’s hard for beginners to know the proper use of punctuation (especially when they are non-native English speaker).
But you can solve this issue with the help of Grammarly because it also supports to check missing comma, period, colon and semicolons and will show you the correct symbol.
Plagiarism checking is the most exciting feature of Grammarly. It helps you to detect contents that already published on the internet.
More than 4 million users are using Plagiarism checker to make their articles unique to compete with competitors.
How you can use Grammarly
- Browser Extension (Safari/Chrome/Firefox/Edge)
- Online Editor
- App for Mac and Windows
- Keyboard for iPhone/Android
- MS Office Extension
Grammarly Plans and Prices
Grammarly provides free and premium services, In a free plan, you will get only limited features. In premium plans, you will get Vocabulary and plagiarism checking, sentence style correction. Here are the plan prices…
Side by Side Comparison of Free and Premium Account.
Don’t like Grammarly after buying it?
If you are not satisfied with the quality of service, then you can get the full refund. Money back guarantee is only for new users and only works within seven days after the purchase. If you cancel your subscription after renewal, then you will not be able to get your money.
Grammarly Pros and Cons
I have found the following significant advantages of using it as a proofreader;
- Easy to use online with Gmail, Facebook or Twitter
- Useable from anywhere around the world
- Check over 400 grammar mistakes
- The world’s best proofreader tool I have ever used
- Suggests the suitable structure for a skeptical sentence
- Help to check articles from Plagiarism
- Best Vocabulary enhancement tool
- A helpful tool for native and non-native English speakers
- Must have tool for bloggers, students, and copywriters
As there are a number of advantages of using it but I also find some cons in it such as;
- Available in English language only
- Impossible to change the spelling from the US to the UK
- Algorithms cannot replace the human proofreader
- It’s a little bit costly $29.95 per month
Finally, I highly recommend using Grammarly as a proofreader because human eyes often ignore the mistakes. But this software can easily detect those errors and will address with possible correct suggestions. Also with this tool, you don’t have to read articles again and again as I described at the start.