Grammarly is regarded as one of the best proofreading software in the market. It is much better than the built-in spell checkers and works on almost any platform (web, emails, MS Word, Google Docs, mobile).
Find out our PRM Score for Grammarly (that includes User Satisfaction Index representing an aggregate rating from leading review sites, and Popularity Index based on the app traffic data), the pros and cons of using Grammarly, and see more details on Grammarly pricing and features.
User Satifaction Index (based on 6,022 reviews from leading review sites; Q1/2021)
Popularity Index (68.3M based on traffic data from Feb. 2021, as measured by SimilarWeb)
It is much better at finding common grammatical errors than the built-in spell-checkers
You can set the goals according to audience, formality, domain, tone, and intent
You can use on almost any platform (emails, browser extensions, MS Office, Google Docs, etc.)
Several users praise its ability to correct incorrect punctuation and suggesting synonyms to enhance the readability
It checks spelling in various dialects, i.e., American English, British English, Australian English
It can check for plagiarism
Several users complain that plagiarism is not detected correctly
Several users complain that the Chrome extension can be improved
Several users complain there are often false alerts for clarity in writing
Several users advise to stick to their free version as their Premium version is not much better
Grammarly is a proofreading software used by more than 20 million people around the world. It supports clean, mistake-free writing while offering suggestions that go way beyond grammar. Using a variety of innovative approaches — including advanced machine learning and deep learning — Grammarly breaks new ground in natural language processing (NLP) research to deliver unrivaled assistance in its product offerings. The app can be used across multiple platforms and devices, and it offers a variety of plans to serve everyone’s needs