Grammarly

Clear, effective, mistake-free writing.

#1 Product of the MonthMay 2014
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Reviews

  • Ben AdamskiDeveloper. Storyteller. Collaborator.
    Pros: 

    Best way to quickly check grammar quickly after writing, or for drafting anything important.

    Cons: 

    Not as convenient as the browser extension? I've never had anything to complain about.

    The browser extension is a must have, but I regularly pass my emails through this, or draft them in it just to catch dumb mistakes and make noticeable grammar improvements on the fly

    Ben Adamski has used this product for one year.
  • Oleksandr GolovatyiWeb Developer with reading books passion
    Pros: 

    Great app. It's so easy to use. Works great

    Cons: 

    I don't find

    Great app. User it every day

    Oleksandr Golovatyi has used this product for one year.

Discussion

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Nikita Korotaev@nikitakorotaev · Incubating products @ Glocal Partners
I used to have an annual subscription during my time at uni. Helped me got good grades for my dissertation 4 years ago. As you can see from my frequent grammar mistakes on ProductHunt, I'm not a user anymore. One of the reason was the experience. Each time I was writing something, I needed to open grammarly.com and paste my text, correct it, and paste it back. Chrome plugin would have been a great time saver. [Just found the official Chrome extension , re-subscribing now :) ]
Nadia EghbalHunter@nayafia · GitHub
Reminds me of a beefed-up version of Hemingway: http://www.hemingwayapp.com I would love to have something like this for writing in foreign languages. And likewise, I can imagine this being really useful for non-native English speakers.
Miles Matthias@miles_matthias · CTO @EquityEats
Services like these will become more important as the world uses spellcheck more and more, while the importance of proper grammar never fades. Love it!
Kumar Thangudu@datarade · Technologist
This product actually works pretty terribly. I demanded a refund.
Frank Fumarola@ffumarola · Product at Pinterest, Formerly Facebook
@datarade can you give an example of it working terribly? One thing I dislike is that the homepage seems to give the ability to try it out. However, as soon as they say they found a mistake they throw you into the trial signup. This would be a very simple service to let a user try for free before committing to go through the signup process.
max_lytvynHiring@max_lytvyn · Co-founder, Grammarly
@ffumarola We launched a free version of Grammarly App. At this point it's available for Chrome only, and other browsers will follow shortly. It's a great way to try the product. Before we launched the free version, we had a 7-day free trial.