Any alternatives to Grammarly? (or other writing-aid products?)

Martina Hackbartt
18 replies
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?


Andrii Kpyto
Using Grammarly (premium) on a daily basis. Can't find anything better :)
Andrii Kpyto
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.
Nishith from True Sparrow
While I still prefer Grammarly, I have found Hemingway app pretty good:
Sergio Zaciu
@nishith_shah Yes! Hemingway has good rules. I keep a copy of โ€œThe Elements of Styleโ€ on my desk as a daily reminder. Itโ€™s old fashioned, but a quick, fun reference read.
Troupe Weinbergerson
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.
Martina Hackbartt
@troupe_weinbergerson Seems like everybody thinks there's nothing like grammarly! Thanks for your answer :)
Dylan Merideth
rytr Is something I use to get me through the empty page scaries for blog posts
Ng Fang Kiang
ProWritingAid/Microsoft Editor.
Martina Hackbartt
@jorcus I tried ProWritingAid but didn't like it :(
Vaibhav Taneja
Try Hemingway or ProWriting aid
Lina Chu
Honestly, still can't find a decent alternative to Grammarly ๐Ÿ˜…
Sheida Mirjahani
I've been using The free version is superior to Grammarly because it rewrites your sentences as well.
Daniel Engels
I'd be particularly interested in Grammarly alternatives for other european languages. No answer till now.
Samson Godstime Adarighofua
Grammarly premium is still the best