Who Uses This Software?
Professionals use it to provide expert help and feedback on the accuracy of their English writing in a variety of fields, such as law, healthcare, academia, marketing, engineering, and journalism.
Average Ratings642 reviews
- Overall 4.5 / 5
- Ease of Use 5 / 5
- Customer Service 4.5 / 5
- Features 4.5 / 5
- Value for Money 4.5 / 5
- Starting Price $10/month
- Pricing Details $10 per member per month
- Free Version No
- Free Trial No
Installed - Mac
Cloud, SaaS, Web
Installed - Windows
Mobile - iOS Native
Mobile - Android Native
About Grammarly Business
Corrects hundreds of writing mistakes and helps your team communicate clearly and effectively.
Grammarly Business Features
- Contextual Speller
- Dictionary / Thesaurus
- Grammar Check
- Plagiarism Detection
- Punctuation Check
- Reporting & Statistics
- Spell Check
- Style Check
- Text Editor
Grammarly Business Most Helpful Reviews
Reviewed on 8/24/2018
Essential tool for non-native English speakers, but still needs a lot of improvements
Pros: It can catch most of the grammatic and spelling errors. I particularly like the fact that this service works across multiple environments: desktop, web application, and browser extensions. My language activity can be passively monitored in daily life without the need of actual working, so I have a lot of chances to improve my English writing skill. Plus, Grammarly occasionally send statistics of your language performance in comparison to other users so that you can see what is your weaknesses and strengths. Grammarly has suggested a great deal of academic words to replace informal words in my reports, I highly evaluate the software's language intelligence. I have also used the Grammarly editor. The interface is very minimal, very zen, distraction-free, I really like that!
Cons: Although the software is really smart when it points out my faults, sometimes I do not advocate its overuse of simplicity. Grammarly always tries to break my sentence into smaller statements. If you write blogs or novels, that may be necessary. However, that does not hold true in any case. Technical documents require run-on sentences to fully describe a concept or a term. Breaking sentences simply makes the description very disruptive, but Grammarly keeps telling me to simplify! That's really frustrating. Grammarly also lacks of integration with other apps. Grammarly is developed to be a language checker, so investment in the editor can be minimal. But the fact that I cannot use Grammarly with Microsoft Word or LibreOffice is super inconvenient. This missing service, if released, will be a huge step for Grammarly. Right now it only supports English. I expect to see more languages to come, so the cost of a Grammarly membership is actually worth it. Lastly, using Grammarly in daily tasks like writing a Facebook status might be a good idea to learn English, but it raises some privacy concerns about the data Grammarly might be able to collect.
Reviewed on 10/23/2018
Awesome, but Not Perfect
Comments: Grammarly has been a time saver and a big help. It's so easy to overlook small mistakes, so I love using it. But I don't count on it to be perfect.
I've been using Grammarly for a couple of years now and for the most part, I love it.
It catches those pesky mistakes that are so easy to overlook like typos and punctuation errors (it actually just caught one as I was typing this sentence).
The one click correction feature is a time saver and the software offers other helpful in addition to the grammar tool - such as the plagiarism checker.
I use it in my browser and have it installed to use with Word as well.
Grammarly has saved me time, caught a lot of mistakes that I might have otherwise overlooked and I find it easy to use.
It doesn't catch everything. You might make a mistake that the software doesn't recognize as an error (like the occasional double "the"). Also, there are times when it makes suggestions to correct things that don't need correcting - which can be a little confusing at times. For example, there are situations when it might seem as though the using a plural is the right way to go, but in context, it isn't.
It also misses mistakes at times.
So Grammarly is certainly efficient, but you still need to double check things to make sure the software didn't make the mistake instead of you.