Any alternatives to Grammarly? (or other writing-aid products?)
Hey, hunters! I'm looking for some free or cheaper alternatives to Grammarly. I would like them to not only have grammar corrections (like the free version of Grammarly) but also rephrasing of not so understandable sentences and other advanced writing suggestions. Do you have any ideas?
Using Grammarly (premium) on a daily basis. Can't find anything better :)
Talking about other writing-aid products - the situation is better :) I used a couple of PH list, the most has limitation regarding a number of usage of symbol limits.
While I still prefer Grammarly, I have found Hemingway app pretty good: https://hemingwayapp.com/
@nishith_shah Thank you, Nishith! Will try it out :)
@nishith_shah Yes! Hemingway has good rules. I keep a copy of “The Elements of Style” on my desk as a daily reminder. It’s old fashioned, but a quick, fun reference read.
As there is large number of alternative of grammarly but no one can beat grammarly. As we are using it from last 4 years for kharif crops. And getting good results. Even though we have tested other tools like quetext but that are not working like grammarly.
@troupe_weinbergerson Seems like everybody thinks there's nothing like grammarly! Thanks for your answer :)
rytr Is something I use to get me through the empty page scaries for blog posts
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@david_babins Hey David! Will definitely check it out. Thanks for sharing!
There are a number of grammar tools out there, but most of them don't have the array of features that Grammarly. This makes Grammarly a serious contender for the best grammar checker available today.
I've been using wordtune.com The free version is superior to Grammarly because it rewrites your sentences as well.
I'd be particularly interested in Grammarly alternatives for other european languages. No answer till now.