The Grammarly Keyboard for iOS

Grammarly launches new iOS keyboard for better writing

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#5 Product of the WeekNovember 02, 2017
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The Grammarly Keyboard is a personal editor that works seamlessly across all apps on your iPhone and iPad. It offers a comprehensive range of suggestions on clarity and correctness to make you a more effective writer and communicator.

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Reviews

  • Pros: 

    One of the best spellcheckers is now available on iOS

    Cons: 

    It seems, the app uses a cloud to check spelling. I understand the benefits, but it is quite useless when your device is offline.

    I use the premium version of Grammarly almost three years. I am not a native English speaker, so all my texts go through this app (actually, I type in Grammarly even this text, and it fixed here some mistakes). I always missed this possibility on iOS, and well, here it is.

    Nikolay Pokrovsky has used this product for one day.
  • Jeff WhitlockProduct Manager, Vivint
    Pros: 

    Setup was straightforward, and the walkthrough was well designed. The keyboard itself looks beautiful.

    Cons: 

    - Access to emojis is difficult 😢

    - Not as good at auto-editing as iOS when I fat finger a sentence

    - Undoing an auto-correct is hard

    I love Grammarly for my Mac, so this is all coming from a big fan generally! I'm sure you'll work out these issued!

    Jeff Whitlock has used this product for one week.

Discussion

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Ayan MandalMakerHiring@ayanmandal1 · VP of Product, Grammarly
Thank you for the hunt, @bonatsos. I’m excited the Grammarly Keyboard is now live! This has been our most requested feature. For some time now, Grammarly’s AI-powered products have provided peace of mind to millions of people who believe in the value of clear, articulate, and error-free writing. Today, ten million users are benefitting daily from Grammarly’s feedback on their messages and documents. Now, by popular demand, we’re bringing Grammarly to iOS — with Android coming soon. The Grammarly Keyboard integrates with all mobile apps, including Twitter, Tinder, email, text messages, and the mobile browser. Using the same algorithms that currently power the desktop experience, the keyboard offers a comprehensive set of writing suggestions from context-specific recommendations, including voice and clarity, to fundamentals, such as grammar and punctuation. I encourage you to give it a try and let us know what you think — we’re always looking to iterate and improve. Here’s to making “Sent from my iPhone” a thing of the past!
Reony Tonneyck@megaroeny · Designer & EV Advocate
@bonatsos @ayanmandal1 you answered my question. Android coming soon 😄 I literally started using Grammarly two days ago on my computer. Then I said to myself, "Damn this would be awesome on my phone!"
Ahmad Awais@mrahmadawais · Full Stack Dev— WordPress Core Developer
@bonatsos @ayanmandal1 Looking forward to Android. Would it be possible for you guys to integrate with GBoard?
sivaram@sivaram636 · works for optinchat.com, manageyum.com
wow this is something have been waiting for long time 😄 installed straightaway 🎉🎉
Chad WhitakerHiring@chadwhitaker · Design at Product Hunt
Beautiful addition. Any plans to add support for moving the cursor as you drag your finger on the spacebar? Also, quick access to emojis is a must. 😊
Roman GuliakMakerHiring@ru1iak · Product Manager, Mobile @Grammarly
@chadwhitaker Glad you liked our keyboard! The primary goal for v.1.0 was to bring confidence in writing to mobile. Once it's done, we're going to work on additional features to increase productivity. Thanks for your feedback and stay tuned!
Chadwick Swenson@chadwick_swenson · Cofounder of TappityApp.com
Love the desktop product. Excited to have Grammarly wherever I go! Thanks.
Braxton Huff@3raxton · Founder of Porter, Creator, UI Designer
@ayanmandal1 this is brilliant, I’ve been waiting forever! I do have one recommendation which is for 3D Touch inclusion on the keyboard. Usually when you press and hold you can move the cursor anywhere. On Grammarly, users can’t. Will you implement this in the future?
Ayan MandalMakerHiring@ayanmandal1 · VP of Product, Grammarly
@3raxton Thank you for trying out Grammarly's Keyboard and for your suggestion! We have a roadmap of features that we will be adding to the product and will keep this one in mind.
Braxton Huff@3raxton · Founder of Porter, Creator, UI Designer
@ayanmandal1 brilliant, thank you!