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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 Eghbal
@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_lytvyn@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.