Do you use any grammar checkers like Grammarly and Linguix?

Alexey Shashkov
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Hey non-native English speakers! Do you use any checkers for English writing? What the best for you and why? I'm using Grammarly daily. I discovered Linguix.com today. Who has experience with both products?

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Julia Doronina
I use Grammarly, think it's one of the best options. Sometimes reverso.net and languagetool.org to double check.
Alexey Shashkov
@julia_demyanchuk Hey Julia, do you use a Premium Grammarly?
Julia Doronina
@shashcoffe No, for me it's enough to use the basic one, but I know my colleagues use a Premium and they really like it.
Natalie Karakina
@julia_demyanchuk @shashcoffe I use a Premium version, but there are no big differences for me from free one
Alexey Shashkov
@julia_demyanchuk @nataliekarakina Seriously? But how about Clarity-focused sentence rewrites, Tone adjustment etc? You don't use it, right?
Inna Proshkina
I use Grammarly. When I need a more thorough check, I use Fluent Express.
Alexey Shashkov
@inna_proshkina Hey Inna, good combination, you know! Do you use a Premium plan for Grammarly?
Alice Rodgers
We use premium grammarly
Alexey Shashkov
@cn__katie Did you try any analogs? If yes why Grammarly?
Linda Liepa
Last week I started to use Grammarly premium. It helps to restructure text a bit and rephrase some commonly used words with different synonyms. So far, I find the premium version helpful. Just only downside is that Grammarly is not supported on some websites, but you can always copy-paste your text from other supported websites.
soylakate
I prefer Grammarly. Though I'm not a paid user, I still enjoy the app.