Grammarly is a must-have utility for all web and mobile users, and now it’s going to get even broader support in other apps.
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The Grammarly digital writing assistant is getting a nice user interface refresh this week along with some useful new features.
Grammarly announced a major expansion of its add-in for Google Docs that adds a new sidebar and goal-setting panel, plus support for Grammarly Premium features.
Grammarly today is rolling out several updates for iPad users, including a dedicated Editor in the Grammarly app and the Grammarly Keyboard.
The Grammarly writing service is now available directly in Microsoft Word on the Mac and on the web, the firm announced this morning.
The new version of Grammarly Keyboard for Android now supports swipe typing by default, dramatically expanding its appeal.
Grammarly says that it will expand on its AI-powered digital writing assistant with a new product for businesses of all size.
Grammarly announced today that its Grammarly mobile keyboard is being updated to support synonyms on the go.
Grammarly has updated its popular writing assistant with new AI-powered writing suggestions for correctness, clarity, engagement, and delivery.
Those using the Premium version of Grammarly now have a new tool that will catch inconsistencies in spelling, punctuation, and formatting.
The latest update to the Grammarly Keyboard on iOS adds a new Dark theme, emoji search, and dictation functionality.
Grammarly announced today that it is beta-testing support for Google Docs in its Chrome extension.
Grammarly today updated its Android keyboard with some useful new customization features, further enhancing the value of this unique solution.
Grammarly Keyboard is now available on both Android and iOS. Here's a quick peek.