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grammarly - Writing Assistant
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Whether you're tapping out a quick email or writing up a long report, grammarly’s real-time writing feedback will help you make sure your work is tip-top. The keyboard for iPhone and iPad works across all your apps, no copy and pasting required. Plus, with a document editor and personal writing statistics (available on iPad), you can take your writing to the next level. grammarly always keeps your writing safe and private. See our Privacy Policy for details: https://www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy Real-time writing suggestions - Sophisticated spelling and grammar checker - Vocabulary enhancements and synonym finder - Suggestions for improving unclear sentences - Recommendations for streamlining wordy sentences A simple keyboard that works in any app - Real-time writing suggestions - Multiword text predictions - Smart autocorrect - Emoji predictions and search bar A document editor for long-form writing (iPad only) - Comprehensive writing feedback on long documents - Easy cloud-based document management - Access your personal writing statistics and milestones - Compatible with hardware keyboards Go beyond correctness and clarity with grammarly Premium grammarly Premium elevates your writing with additional suggestions designed to make your writing more engaging and effective. You can access your Premium features across devices by logging into your account. Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account when you confirm your purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. If you don’t cancel, your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings in the App Store after purchase. Terms of Service: https://www.grammarly.com/terms Privacy Policy: https://www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy California Privacy Notice: https://www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy#for-california-users
Ok there’s issues
by BlueGreenYoshi on 2021/01/13 04:47
I get that the app is meant to fix spelling... But there are some major problems. There are many people that need to type in a different way and the app system get’s in the way. The system’s autocorrect is way too sensitive and has times where it’s autocorrect actually steers off from what you need to type and this happens too frequently. And there are people where they do something and they complete the action before their body can signal to stop. And this app goes against this natural occurrence. Overall the app is ok but its actual functionality is far from perfect. It’ll need some major improvements in my opinion.
Great app love it
by kingstarboy14 on 2021/01/11 19:12
I say this app is 9/10 really good fixes my writing right pretty good I recommend that you download this
DO NOT INSTALL THIS ON IPHONE 12!!!
by 1stGman on 2021/01/11 19:08
I installed this app on my phone, Grammarly has no support to assist in deleting the app. It does not work as claimed. Three hours later and I may have to reset my phone. Thanks for nothing Grammarly! 😡👎
Great for the desktop/laptop
by K Forf on 2021/01/11 14:30
This is great for larger devices, but to REALLY make this keyboard useful in the one-handed world many live in, this keyboard needs the ability to swipe to type. Even Apple finally gave in to the swipe type revolution
AWESOME
by oofy the lisa123456789 on 2021/01/10 05:24
It’s profit for tapering get this app
It force me to allow full access
by Alex iq on 2021/01/09 16:44
I installed it and deleted it right away 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Grammarly is the best!
by Robbie.cu on 2021/01/08 21:52
English isn't my home language. I always was struggling with grammar and new words. When I used Grammarly for the first time change everything for me. Grammar has been a teacher. I have been learning new words. The suggestion of synonymous is a great resource to improve my English skills. Every people who read my message or emails says “your English is very good” I always smile. That would be impossible without Grammarly. I wanna thank you for your hard work to improve this amazing application.
useless keyboard
by <o-o> y e s on 2021/01/08 21:25
i tried the keyboard for about 1 second and i have a hard time with searching stuff up but it sadly doesn&#39;t work on google or duckduckgo switch is disappointing I heard other people say that it sometimes accidently corrects your texts I still have the app I only use it for writing reviews I wish that it can corrects my searches in times of need I&#39;m pretty sure that it maybe takes your personal information and maybe use it I think it does there is a lot of big words I can&#39;t type, but it sometimes doesn&#39;t catch what I&#39;m trying to say I know that it&#39;s probably a bot I&#39;m using this keyboard right now but it&#39;s pretty disappointing I hope that in the future you can use this keyboard and search stuff up at the same time but it&#39;s pretty useless
Question.....
by Wllttdvd on 2021/01/08 03:36
I would like to use this, but am afraid to allow full access from work because if you store information as you state, then I am violating polices and am basically giving away my companies proprietary info.
The iOS App Is Trash
by scout2u on 2021/01/08 02:36
I use Grammerly on my work computer for all emails and docs. I treated myself to the full version for Christmas. As a whole I am underwhelmed. The functionality on iPhone is the worst part. The keyboard is slow. I text rapidly and it slows me down. The key spacing is odd. You lose some of the functionality of iOS keyboards - like using the space bar like a mouse. When you mistype with the junky keyboard it ironically does not correct your typos. But it will definitely correct over and over and over words that you are trying to type and may be spelled differently. Really frustrating.
About Grammarly
by hopey123085673 on 2021/01/08 02:02
I&#39;ve had it for a day now and it works well but some of the stuff Grammarly is made for my iPhone did before I got this app. But this app is honestly good so that is why I rated it a five-star app thank you for creating it and I already told my Lil cousin about it because both of us aren&#39;t the best sellers so this app is a lifesaver a gaping thank you so much Sincerely, Hope
Fat fingers mean more typing errors with grammar LT
by Kris Coleman on 2021/01/07 23:31
Compared to the default iOS keyboard, I type so many typos with grammarly’s keyboard that I finally just had to uninstall it so I can text again without constantly fixing typos.
Please read before getting.
by jfjrijferjf on 2021/01/07 20:16
Grammarly is a good app however, there are some things I think may be problems but then it will say I was right. I honestly think it is right only fifty percent of the time. Don&#39;t get me started on punctuation; it doesn&#39;t correct that. Yes, I know that it&#39;s called Grammarly but I wish it would help more with punctuation. I am terrible at punctuation so it&#39;s a pain. Since I&#39;m obsessed with fixing my grammar and punctuation, I highly suggest that you download this just to know that it&#39;s not perfect. Hopefully, the Grammarly owners will fix this problem. Oh and also I&#39;m not completely sure but I think most of the time their grammar is right. I mean no offense toward the makers of this app I&#39;m just suggesting minor changes that will make this app more likable!
Let down
by CHICHIKUNEE on 2021/01/07 04:17
I have used Grammarly on my laptop for years and I have loved it. I don’t feel that the mobile version measures up to the chrome extension. I intentionally made spelling and grammar errors to make sure it works and there were several it didn’t catch. Now that I am used to using the swipe keyboard, I don’t enjoy typing every letter anymore. If Grammarly could fix that issue and add swiping then I’ll definitely download again!
Just an amazing app
by JsimonJr on 2021/01/06 13:10
I&#39;ve been using this app both on desktop and phone app as a keyboard. It&#39;s been instrumental. The app simply works, and that&#39;s the best compliment that you can give an app.
Ok
by like alice on 2021/01/06 02:03
It is very lageg but ok because l am only 8
Where is a contact number
by Klhowell on 2021/01/05 13:48
Spent a hundred and fifty last year on premium. I could not get my premium to work and had to change my password trying to get it to work! Never did work and out all that money for partial job done! It looks like there would be a number to call for trouble or issues
Read before you buy.
by 6milliondollardude on 2021/01/04 02:42
This is a good app on the iPad. But you should know a few things before buying. It’s really expensive. Like 30 dollars a month or over a hundred for the year. I took the year option only to discover that the app doesn’t work for the iphone. Instead you have to give it access TO ALL YOUR KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS. Web searches, bank account the lot. It says it doesn’t store the more sensitive material, but who knows, the security of this third-party app is good enough to protect potentially all of your information. I don’t and after complaining to their customer control I just got a cut and paste email in return, so that doesn’t fill me with confidence. It should say that before you buy it. False advertising and bad management for an otherwise successful idea.
Annoying Bug
by jifkcjdjfh on 2021/01/03 17:53
Every time I update the app, when I try to use the synonyms option, it always goes blank. I would have to reinstall the app so that the synonyms would reappear again. Sometimes it doesn’t even appear after reinstalling. Please fix this issue.
I hate this app
by ffffffuuuuuuukc on 2021/01/03 00:06
Grammarly is the worst app ever. I went to text by girlfriend “HI” but in stead I texted “HO”,and grammarly did not fix it to “HI.”
So stupid
by gghuuhgiivug on 2021/01/02 23:16
Just turn on auto correct
No
by Minecraft lover 9999 on 2021/01/02 21:05
Just use speech to text
Review
by Kevin Marib on 2021/01/02 16:36
It’s a Good concept but the app itself doesn’t work very well , before I had the app my phone would automatically fix misspelled words ever since I got the app and let it take over my keyboard I text people and it seems like it messes up basic words for me and I have to proof read EVERYTHING I WRITE ! Waste of my time . My phone worked better and did not mess up my text . I feel like this app purposely messes up your text messaging to “fix” it honesty and then they want you to pay premium for helping you add punctuation? For all that type your sentence in google search bar and they’ll give you the CORRECT way to say what you mean FOR FREE THIS APP IS A SCAM IN DELETING IT NOW . Had it over one month and have had more issues with spelling then when I didn’t have it
Hello Gram-marly
by Ronald Aurelio Jose Jr on 2021/01/02 06:57
Dear Gram-marly I love how Grammarly&#39;s writing app makes everything clear and anything you type is not only correct but also clear and simple to examine. Grammarly algorithms flag potential issues in the text and make context-specific suggestions to help with grammar, spelling and usage, wordiness, style, punctuation, and even plagiarism My only issue is that I would love it you guys make Gram-marly Premium free because I always use that for school and especially essays for class and it’s makes sure everything is correct It&#39;s fascinating how they underline the incorrect word choice and Grammarly’s products is a sophisticated artificial intelligence network created to analyze sentences written in English. Grammarly’s team of computational linguists and deep learning engineers designs cutting-edge algorithms that memories the laws and private patterns of good writing by analyzing millions of sentences from research corpora. (A corpus is a large collection of text that has been organized and labeled for research and development purposes.) When you write with Grammarly, our AI analyzes each sentence and looks for ways to improve it, whether it’s correcting a verb tense, suggesting a stronger synonym, or offering a clearer sentence structure. As you can imagine, a complex AI system like this one requires a lot of computing power—much more than a personal computer or mobile device can provide. For that reason, it runs in the cloud, rather than locally on your device. All you need to check your writing with a Grammarly product is an Internet connection. When you use Grammarly, you can help improve its suggestions. Anytime you hit “ignore” on an unhelpful suggestion, Grammarly gets a little bit smarter. Over time, our team can make adjustments to the suggestions with high ignore rates to make them more helpful. Grammarly’s earliest breakthroughs in AI-powered writing enhancement happened in the realm of grammar, spelling, and punctuation correction—a fact that’s reflected in our name to this day. We could have stopped there, but the truth is, just because something’s grammatically correct doesn’t mean it’s clear or compelling. Over the years, it&#39;s repeatedly enhancing new types of feedback to help you fix wordiness, vagueness and hedging, poor word choice, gnarly sentence structure, and even plagiarism. We add new writing checks all the time, so when you see a suggestion you don’t remember encountering before, it’s probably not your imagination. Thanks for the remarkable app I would love for you guys to enhance and expand additional elements. Grammarly’s writing tools are designed to work where you do—on your phone and your computer, in your web browser or your word processor. The difference between Grammarly and built-in spelling and grammar checkers isn’t just accuracy or breadth of feedback. It’s also contextual awareness. After all, an email to your boss probably shouldn’t sound like a text to your best friend. Grammarly’s browser extension, for example, makes stricter grammar suggestions and offers ways to help you sound more formal and professional when you’re writing on LinkedIn. Grammarly Premium users can adjust their style settings for any text field on any site. When you’re writing something formal, you can switch to the academic or business settings to flag contractions, unclear antecedents, and other casualisms you want to avoid. But when you’re posting on Facebook and you want to write in a more relaxed voice, Grammarly’s casual setting will turn off alerts for the passive voice and informalities like slang and sentence fragments.
Great app!
by b for ber on 2021/01/01 22:42
Grammarly is overall a great app, it does help catch things people don’t notice. Except for the times when it says to re-word a sentence without telling you how. But other than that I love it!
I’m not sharing my name.
by mahelfonshelfiscute on 2021/01/01 04:25
If you could please stop sending me emails about the app even tho I deleted the app I have got atleast 4 emails from y’all so please stop and I gave you my information and I don’t know why you would need my information for helping me with my grammar it’s suspicious about that...y’all need to update that and not take peoples information and y’all even got my Lock Screen password like why??
IPhone
by hove_k on 2020/12/31 04:13
How do you pull up documents on your phone in Grammarly?
Cant use document editor
by Sweetie tweetie on 2020/12/31 04:11
Downloaded this app because I cant use the grammarly website on my ipad mini, only to find out they dont support document editor on ipad minis.
It's a good app
by Oliver g switch on 2020/12/29 18:11
It even works when I&#39;m texting I recommend using the app it&#39;s perfect I like it 100%
Clarifying "Full Access" (not technically a review)
by E. Crowley on 2020/12/29 14:00
I&#39;ve seen some reviews circulating (approximately half of the 1-star reviews) which are concerns with how the keyboard asks for &#34;full access&#34;. I&#39;d like to clarify that THIS IS NOT SUSPICIOUS. All other keyboard applications tend to ask for full access, mainly to allow them to use the internet. Take Gboard, which has Google search built-in. To be honest, I would trust Grammarly more with my &#34;data&#34; that they &#34;store&#34; in servers than I would Google, where they mainly sell it to advertisers. Either way, &#34;full access&#34; is not suspicious for a keyboard to ask for. Seriously. Go around the app store and find a keyboard app that doesn&#39;t, and connects to the internet in some way. It&#39;s not showing your address to random staff when you type it, and it&#39;s not going to build up a super in-depth profile on your or launch ballistic missiles at your house. Better yet, they describe what this is IN THE APP. When you&#39;re installing, it says &#34;what&#39;s full access&#34; under the giant green setup button. Read that!
You can’t believe what I say
by just a creator on 2020/12/29 07:28
I love this app Dud
I hate that there is not physical keyboard integration!
by Mikia Storm on 2020/12/28 05:01
As a writer I like the tools of the app however I don’t like that it stops allowing me to make inputs with the physical keyboard that I use. I don’t want to use an onscreen keyboard because it takes up valuable space and it is not textile. I have to look at the keyboard on screen instead of what I am writing, whereas with a physical keyboard I can just type and never look at it. Looking at an onscreen keyboard breaks the flow of writing. Because of this I have been using a standard word document for my writing then copy and paste into the app to make edits... and even then I still have difficulty because I don’t want the stupid onscreen keyboard. Developers you need to fix this. Otherwise I might just take my business elsewhere. I use this app on the iPad.
Just no.
by 𝒟𝑒𝒶 on 2020/12/28 03:07
It doesn’t help your grammar because when I tried testing it out and didn’t like it I typed to my friend “I am so deletion this” when I was trying to type “I am so deleting this” therefore this app is garbage for me and honestly normal text is better.
Trash
by jimmordino on 2020/12/27 01:00
How you guy figured out how to mess up a keyboard is beyond me, the web app is so good but your IOS keyboard is so clumsy it’s almost amazing. I don’t know what your developers did to make it so terrible but they pulled it off. Literal garage , do not download.
Not What I Expected
by alicorneagle11 on 2020/12/25 03:42
I like to write my own little novels that literally only me and my friends read. On my laptop, I have grammarly, and while it does check email and docs and even google translate, I could just write my stories on the site itself. I tried logging in, and I could use grammarly keyboard, but I wanted to be able to access my stories on my phone and write. I can’t do that. It’s a lot of work to go back and forth from docs/word and grammarly where I can get correct suggestions that don’t bug me to my very core or I can just ignore to my hearts content. Could you have a way for me to access those stories? If not, that’s totally cool, it was worth a shot.
Needs to have swipe typing as an option.
by Geauxie on 2020/12/25 01:03
I appreciate the app in all of its features and corrections. However, the only thing I would have to suggest is that the app needs a swipe or glide type. That is the only fault I have with the app so far.
Need improvement
by Sadman_Khan on 2020/12/24 05:25
It’s not about always using the right grammar it’s also about understanding the users style and how user wanna express it, and helping them to express it.
Almost perfect!
by 1619415 on 2020/12/24 03:16
We’re getting there! Would be so much better with Swipe to Type and emoji searching, otherwise solid 10!
Swipe-typing
by Peeparmy2 on 2020/12/24 00:12
If you can make an update to allow swipe typing I will rate 5 stars. Until then 3/5.
swipe typing
by penguinREC on 2020/12/23 19:37
Last year, Apple added swipe typing to iOS 13. However, there is no swipe typing for the Grammarly keyboard. Is it possible to add swipe typing?
INotLola
by FashionBuggg on 2020/12/23 02:06
Nice app😀
Aht Aht! Not I
by 10timez on 2020/12/22 22:04
No way! Not me, If u could understand that grammar.. lol. My personal opinion on this App is a No for me. I instantly deleted it after it ask to allow full access. Idk about everyone else but to me it’s another AI and way to expose your personal(practically whole life if you’re like and many other i know to put everything in my phone) things u wouldn’t want anyone to have. I usually don’t rate let along write a review but I took time to, trying use big words to attract this female.
More Language Selection
by Leala1222 on 2020/12/22 21:29
I love this app! Grammarly app does what it is supposed to do. I love how the app will correct your sentences (too wordy) and correct your mistakes. No slow service for me. No lag. No ads. Picks up all of my typing. Just the way I like it. Plus, I wish there was more languages in the app to choose from, but for now, how about you start with Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin America) and Spanish (Mexico). Pretty please? Thank you. P.S. I speak a little Spanish (Spain).
Dark mode is a necessity.
by Dntusayit on 2020/12/20 17:45
That&#39;s gonna be the biggest issue that I have with this keyboard or that you can&#39;t use a dark more theme.
Awful app
by Ann.ex on 2020/12/19 18:03
I paid the price for a year (of premium)and then cancelled immediately because I regretted it. They told me that my account would go back to the free version on November 2021 (a year after I paid) but my account went back to normal on December 2020 and they didn’t return the money. I paid for a year but was only able to use it for a month. Because of this, my respect for Grammarly is gone.
Don’t waste your time unless you’re buying premium.
by kssx1 on 2020/12/18 16:16
Tried this app for fun, premium is $29.99/mo. The free version did absolutely nothing except tell me I needed to purchase premium to “fix the errors.”
Ask for too much sensitive information
by Nifes Knight on 2020/12/18 05:57
Not very happy with the app at all. Why? It wants full access to everything I type and sensitive information like credit cards, your address, and ect. To risky and to trust company I barely know.
Four problem
by hgfbkhfhjbhggvbjhyyjhgt on 2020/12/17 22:35
Please add punctuation to the app So now I&#39;m not us in punctuation :( The error finder also takes a while to load sometimes If you see any grammar problems in this blame the app creator&#39;s because I&#39;m using their app to right this It also says something is wrong but when I go to check nothing appears It also sometimes says something is wrong but nothing is wrong Edit: To the creator, you have said to send more information but I don&#39;t know how to be more specific.
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by kenitachristmas on 2020/12/17 17:42
It doesn’t work like it used to, it’s not correcting my spelling or grammar
Cost
by Rodnmel1 on 2020/12/16 03:19
Might be nice to let people know there is a charge BEFORE they download the app!
This is the best app ever
by hfjfjjfjjfjfjjf on 2020/12/15 16:13
To much fun
More Keyboards
by Odyx Martinez on 2020/12/15 00:47
It&#39;s a great app in all. I just think personally to have more layouts like QWERTZ, as I use such a keyboard on my mobile and IRL.
awful DONT DOWNLOAD
by ohhhhhhhimabadguyyy on 2020/12/14 18:31
i just downloaded grammarly on my phone, only to be disappointed that it didn’t help me whatsoever. it didn’t correct anything i spelt wrong, and honestly, normal autocorrect does a much better job even though autocorrect can be... f u n n y sometimes, it is much better than grammarly. do not download this app
Somehow better than gboard
by TheOnlyTruthfulOne on 2020/12/14 17:43
I just wish it had the functionality of gboard. This is my default keyboard and is definitely the best for heavy writers. Of course, if you like to spam emojis and have your phone filled with chats, gboard is probably better for you, but for normal phone users like me, this is the best keyboard available and matches the amazingness of the computer extension.
I'm a fan.. But LOWER YOUR PRICES.
by Catch # 888 on 2020/12/14 17:10
If a free app can through and dominated the market for “grammar keyboards” and became the next default keyboard for Apple and Android uses, Grammarly would be FINISHED. I love this app and all of the premium features and correction features it offers, but $29.99 a month? Sheesh.. it markets off the lack of basic grammar spells of Americans, and other people who may just be too late to try and proofread their own e-mail, documents, and texts.
Grammarly review
by preston truong on 2020/12/13 20:56
Grammarly is awesome, it has writing checks, corrections, and lots of more. but the document writer has some problems, the B, I, and u have some bugs, like an example I want some words to be bold like &#34;it was&#34; then suddenly it became &#34;Hourit was&#34;, the bold (it was Hour) or any of them go to the back, so I would say 4 stars
Good for school work
by kingjaytoney on 2020/12/12 09:37
It’s good for school work... but for a younger just texting and on social media.. it’s a real pain and irritating
Privacy
by nicopmom on 2020/12/11 02:32
Why does this app say it will see and keep all info that I type like credit card info. Etc. ? I do not like that.
DO NOT BUY
by vnghsjchs on 2020/12/10 21:16
This crashed and caused me to miss a deadline because incoulnt get into my documents.
FIX IT!!! ⚠️⚠️⚠️
by SwagPup on 2020/12/10 18:56
It was working fine yesterday٫ but when I opened the app today to add a word to my personal dictionary٫ it was stuck on the loading screen. So I shut down my phone and turned it back on, but it was still not loading properly. I deleted the app and downloaded it again, but this time it didn&#39;t let me log in. So I continued without the login, but then it was stuck on a loading screen again!!! FIX IT!!!
Not letting you do anything
by MaxieDeLuca on 2020/12/10 18:30
Its not working or let you sign in today
𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓴 𝔂𝓸𝓾 𝓖𝓻𝓪𝓶𝓶𝓵𝔂 𝓗𝓮𝔂𝓫𝓸𝓻𝓪𝓭.
by Bluebatsmurf72 on 2020/12/10 14:38
𝓖𝓻𝓪𝓶𝓶𝓵𝔂 𝓚𝓮𝔂𝓫𝓸𝓻𝓪𝓭 𝓱𝓮𝓵𝓹𝓮𝓭 𝓶𝓮 𝓼𝓸 𝓶𝓾𝓬𝓱 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓘 𝓪𝓶 𝓼𝓸 𝓱𝓪𝓹𝓹𝔂 𝓽𝓱𝓪𝓽 𝓘 𝓭𝓸𝓷&#39;𝓽 𝓱𝓪𝓿𝓮 𝓽𝓸 𝓰𝓮𝓽 𝓪𝓷𝔂𝓽𝓱𝓲𝓷𝓰 𝔀𝓻𝓸𝓷𝓰. 𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓴 𝔂𝓸𝓾 𝓯𝓸𝓻 𝓽𝓱𝓮 𝓹𝓮𝓸𝓹𝓵𝓮 𝔀𝓱𝓸 𝓶𝓪𝓭𝓮 𝓖𝓻𝓪𝓶𝓶𝓵𝔂 𝓚𝓮𝔂𝓫𝓸𝓻𝓪𝓭.
Oh man
by wah ni on 2020/12/10 00:55
It’s a really good app but why would you charge us a year monthly payment like 100 for a year I just wont monthly not year😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 we are young we can’t afford that.
Beware, Reality!
by PranoyPraveen on 2020/12/10 00:54
I would invest my time in learning proper English rather than use Grammarly&#39;s Full Acess option. Everything you type is stored in their system including credit card details. End of the day anything which is stored can be leaked, especially if it is from a their party app developer chances are more than you can imagine. I wouldn&#39;t want anyone to store everything that I type in, who wants that? If you still want to use it, dont connect or sign in, over that never select full access option. But doesn&#39;t other normal build in keyboards gives us basic typing suggestion. Something to think about.
awesome sauce
by Watch_The Show on 2020/12/09 19:14
i love men tbh
Privacy Alert
by Dfbtebtrht on 2020/12/08 22:56
As a security professional, I would highly discourage using this app unless you have no problem sharing everything you text or type with a third-party application developer.The only way this app will work is if you provide full access to your keyboard which means everything you type is shared with the application developer.
Unable to login the premium account via Facebook
by nowhere-man-nc on 2020/12/08 17:53
The application fails to login to facebook account. If you choose continue with facebook - it goes to sign in page and asks for email. Then says login is associated with facebook and sends back to the continue with facebook... To make the situation worse, they cut ability to use grammarly in the browser on iPad and send to non-functional application. If I was the developer, I would be ashamed of such low quality release.
Well
by hruueg on 2020/12/07 15:29
This app is ok but it doesn’t make all the corrections that i need
Horrible
by john92929292 on 2020/12/07 07:28
They charged me a premium annual fee again even though I’m using a free version now. Please check your bank account if you subscribed to it before.
Possibly the craziest pricing scheme ever.
by JRS37 on 2020/12/06 23:43
The pricing on this is truly unbelievable. What world do these developers live in that they think $140 A YEAR is reasonable? I’d pay $20, once.
Not liking the keyboard
by DrProctor on 2020/12/05 19:32
I find that my iPhone keyboard is better, because it’s used to my typing, so it auto corrects my typos or makes them easier to correct with suggestions. With Grammarly, I’ve sent out some embarrassing typos the app didn’t catch and correct. Grammarly’s keyboard actually slows me down immensely. I like the app as a browser attachment on my laptop, though.
Jesus 2020
by burningfury52 on 2020/12/04 18:14
God Loves You Repent of your Sins before it’s to late
It’s really bad
by bodhiari on 2020/12/03 00:23
The keyboard is really bad and obnoxious
Allow The Word Master In You Come Out
by the double bond girl on 2020/12/03 00:08
Sounds like an amazing tool. I use MS word and have done for many years . I was lucky enough to get as present from my husband.This writing program provides you with some of the most golden tools you’ll ever need. And don’t worry if you are disappointed with your score. You will realize in time that critiques pushed you on to write better and develope your own style for whatever career you choose. Writing as the years pass is getting more important than ever. Along being essential in most of your subjects through to college and beyond. Not only will writing well easily widen your vocabulary both in use and understanding. But as you go through school there will be many times you’ll be grateful that writing is a skill you have. When you’re applying for college or even a private high school where I’ve been told applicants are put in private rooms told to write an essay cold. They were not told prior to the interview what the subject was to be. Your essay will weigh heavily on the enterance to the college of your choice. Hey, your lucky you are never to old to learn to write better. Hey, I learned to swim at 35 years old.
Read the Privacy Policy - intrusive?
by Ciguniverse on 2020/12/02 18:40
The app reads and can use anything you type on your iPhone? Do you want a company to know everything you type on your phone? If I’m reading this policy incorrect please let us know.
More broken after every phone update.
by MinerG22 on 2020/12/02 02:23
It often just stops working after I updated my phone. And it just don’t want to work even after I tried multiple times to connect it!
This app is not very good at correcting.
by UR MOMMA MAD on 2020/12/01 18:09
It says my spelling is wrong even though it&#39;s just fine. Then it doesn&#39;t even replace it correctly or doesn&#39;t at all. I don&#39;t even use it anymore.
This is good
by Alucardknight on 2020/12/01 17:49
I like using this because I can write a lot of things way easier
BAD APP
by Bad app it rect my key bored on 2020/12/01 15:43
i hate this app i regret getting it ugh i can&#39;t type dumb app i dont need help 🤣🤮🤡
Quality Issues and Premium Subscription didn’t work
by Neiodavince on 2020/12/01 02:57
I like Grammerly. I have been using free version for almost 5-6 yrs. Now i am writing more and bought premium subscription. Tried to use the premium subscription but it didn’t have premium features and it still showing free service features. Followed Grammerly FAQ suggested approach. It didn’t work. Followed several other options as well but all in vain. Sent an email but no response. It&#39;s almost a month. Grammarly support is not up to the mark. I thought at least premium subscribers give good support. Grammarly Keyboard also has some.perfoe issues on iOS14. Canceled my subscription. This message typed with Grammerly Free keyboard though. Free one works better than the premium...
Is good
by jose 505 on 2020/11/30 22:06
I like this app but I wish it did not lag
This is wired it will not work on messages.
by cuddlecat3 on 2020/11/30 03:59
Okay 😐
Okay but bad compared to the desktop version
by Alyssa the Potato on 2020/11/30 01:56
I originally got the desktop version of this app hoping it would help me write better papers for school. After such a good experience on the desktop version and countless ads about the mobile version, I decided to get it as I enjoy writing drafts for stories I might turn into books in the Notes of my iPhone. After getting it, I instantly loved the synonym feature as it helped quite a lot with writing nonrepetitive stories. I wish it were more similar to the desktop version and didn&#39;t take up the autocorrect bar when I turned the keyboard on. I also miss the red underline that went with the desktop version. Otherwise, this app was pretty great and I will continue to use it. Please keep in mind my suggestions if you would like to better the app. 😊Have a great day!
this is inappropriate
by cursed keyboard on 2020/11/29 20:08
it made me say as$pririn not aspirin
Disappointment for Iphone application
by billybahama on 2020/11/29 18:34
Paid for Premium Service for one year, not happy to use with my Iphone 10 and consider the app too expensive for what it does.
Please remove force touch to open app
by SebastianLA on 2020/11/29 17:32
I find this keyboard to be very useful but now I rarely use it. The iOS cursor interaction (holding space bar to move cursor) now just force opens the app. It’s really annoying. I wish they would make it act as intended. Please fix!
Highly recommendended
by sdf59800 on 2020/11/28 09:58
I&#39;m not a Native English speaker, So, I&#39;ve been using Grammarly for the past few years, and I loved the experience from day one. Not only it corrected my writings, but also it helped me to be a better writer. I have its extensions and apps on chrome, Microsoft Office, Mac OS, and of course, I&#39;m writing this review for the mobile app with its keyboard. However, I would’ve loved it if the mobile app was not just a keyboard and had the features I have on my desktop version, too. This application came a long way from correcting dictation and spelling, to detecting your tone and giving helpful instructions. Thank you, Grammarly team!
No Phone Support
by Bri Alomar on 2020/11/27 19:13
A company not willing to provide phone support sends a message loud &amp; clear they truly do not care about providing excellent customer service!
Full access is too dangerous, sorry. So not on all my apps!
by KateCM on 2020/11/27 13:27
I would allow access on some apps, but not on ALL apps on my device. That is not cool. We should be able to choose which apps. The permission states you can access everything I type every where including credit card numbers etc. Even in my eWallet where I keep all my personal info? NO THANKS. What if you get hacked? No. I guess I’ll use it only where I write papers and books. So I can’t use it at all on my iPad because you made it all or nothing. If I find out it’s that way on my laptop too then I’ll be asking for my money back. Make it so we can choose which apps to use it on and I’m in.
To the game Grammarly:
by Karl and ken on 2020/11/27 04:00
This is a cool app and it is an amazing game I have access to it and I love this game if you don&#39;t know how to spell it out just get the app Grammarly and you are good to go I love this app👍
Great Corrections!
by Active Cape on 2020/11/27 00:20
I now been using Grammarly for about 9 months now and I totally love it! It’s great for writing books, reports, or even writing a whole article on paper! Okay, I was joking on the last one but seriously. This is the deal. Awesome corrections that you will need!
No swipe?!
by Jason Syn on 2020/11/26 17:24
I really like the keyboard and the features but not being able to swipe is a total dealbreaker for me!
Please add.....
by Streetballer3 on 2020/11/26 17:19
Please add swiping text messaging to phone keyboard
No swipe support on iPhones
by Manely101 on 2020/11/25 20:14
For some reason it’s on android but they refuse to add it on here. Doesn’t seem that fair to me.
Wish it didn't lag
by Tainted Blue on 2020/11/25 03:48
I use grammarly online all the time and I love it. But the iPhone version is laggy. It doesn&#39;t pick up all of my keystrokes the way the stock keyboard or even other third party keyboards do. It often misses when I hit the space bar and some other random letters and it just overall feels sluggish trying to keep up with my typing. Another big problem that made me switch away from using it was its insistence on correcting the same word over and over and over and over and over again unless I typed exactly what I wanted and then selected the &#34;quoted&#34; version of it above. I&#39;m used to the stock keyboard knowing that if I typed something a certain way and it corrects it, when I backspace and type it again the same way, it was intentional. Grammarly doesn&#39;t understand this and corrects it over and over unless you go out of your way to tell it that spelling was intentional. As someone who types fairly fast, I got irritated really quickly having the app correcting me in that way, especially when most of the time they weren&#39;t even spelling mistakes, but correctly spelled words that it assumed we&#39;re spelling errors due to it trying to predict the sentence. I preferred grammarly simply because I could type out a whole chunk of text and it would then give me suggestions on how to fix my mistakes at the end. For me, having to monitor the app&#39;s corrections as I type defeats the purpose. And the sluggish response kills it for me.
Love it but...
by Magnanimous24 on 2020/11/25 02:51
This keyboard is what I need. I love that it looks just like the stock iOS keyboard. My only quibble a is the lack of a split/thumb option. The iPad is difficult to type on with the conventional layout. So a suggestion and plea to the developers to add a split option please. It&#39;ll be awesome. You&#39;ll surely get my yearly subscription.
140$ just for correcting some text are you kidding me?
by Alig8260 on 2020/11/24 20:52
I prefer to have mistakes in my notes instead of paying 140$ for an app to check my grammer😂😂😂😂and this would be more hilarious if you find out that this 140$ is just for one year just compare it with some professional apps like adobes app 99$ for a year, luma fusion with just 30$ for ever, procreate 10$ for a life time
Great app but has issues
by pickledsquirrel on 2020/11/23 22:43
Let me start off by saying that this app is a very good one. It corrects your grammatical mistakes and is great for doing lots of things. But. Recently, an issue has been repeatedly happening while using the app on my iPad. Every time, I start a sentence or end one, the app wants me to put “the” there. This is not helpful. At all. I am continuing to use the Grammarly Chrome extension on my computer, but will be uninstalling on my iPad.
KEYBOARD CLICKS
by jfhgfiffuh on 2020/11/23 20:54
The grammar and spelling checks are incredible, but for some reason, the keyboard clicks are so off-key and out of tune. There are spontaneous loud clicks that sound like they are being amplified by a speaker. It&#39;s so obnoxious that I can&#39;t use it with my ringer on. I&#39;m not sure if it&#39;s just a problem with my phone, iPhone SE (the new 2020 version). Otherwise, I would have given it a five star...
Welcome the corrections but...
by billytaloha on 2019/03/14 18:30
I’ve used Grammarly on my desktop and laptop now for over a year and appreciate the corrections and suggestions. I also like to see my weekly stats and review my most frequent mistakes. But there are at least a few recurring corrections that I don’t accept or disagree with. Most of the ones that I don’t accept have to do with context and business jargon that I wouldn’t expect the app to understand, so no big deal. But corrections that I disagree with the most have to do with writing times. Specifically where “am” and “pm” should sit after a time, i.e. “7:00am” and “7pm” versus “7:00 am” and “7 pm.” I prefer to write the time without a space between the numbers and am or pm. I also feel like that is common practice and accepted. I don’t know the specific grammar “rule” that addresses this, and I’m guessing that Grammarly is just following the rule. But I’d like the option of turning off this rule, because I think that without the space is the more common practice, especially in a business setting.
Wish it didn't lag
by Tainted Blue on 2020/11/25 03:48
I use grammarly online all the time and I love it. But the iPhone version is laggy. It doesn&#39;t pick up all of my keystrokes the way the stock keyboard or even other third party keyboards do. It often misses when I hit the space bar and some other random letters and it just overall feels sluggish trying to keep up with my typing. Another big problem that made me switch away from using it was its insistence on correcting the same word over and over and over and over and over again unless I typed exactly what I wanted and then selected the &#34;quoted&#34; version of it above. I&#39;m used to the stock keyboard knowing that if I typed something a certain way and it corrects it, when I backspace and type it again the same way, it was intentional. Grammarly doesn&#39;t understand this and corrects it over and over unless you go out of your way to tell it that spelling was intentional. As someone who types fairly fast, I got irritated really quickly having the app correcting me in that way, especially when most of the time they weren&#39;t even spelling mistakes, but correctly spelled words that it assumed we&#39;re spelling errors due to it trying to predict the sentence. I preferred grammarly simply because I could type out a whole chunk of text and it would then give me suggestions on how to fix my mistakes at the end. For me, having to monitor the app&#39;s corrections as I type defeats the purpose. And the sluggish response kills it for me.
It’s a NO-brainer...get it! No, as in no for me, but brainer! Ha!
by JoshieeeeP on 2018/10/25 00:26
I got this app because my husband has it downloaded on his laptop and I love it. I am pretty bad at grammar, so this app was a life saver. However when I downloaded it for my iPad; which I have the Keyboard laptop case thing on it, well the app pretty much didn’t like the Keyboard case. It told me to turn it off and use the keyboard that the app provides. Which is the touchscreen option and that’s completely inconvenient when you have to type a long 24 page papers. I also hate the fact that after you switch on the Grammarly keyboard, you get another thing that pops up and says, “allow full access”. By the way, I’m so glad they gave the option instead of just taking full access. But anyways, I’m against full access because when you allow them full access, you basically sign your life and rights away. They tell you that all the information you type or previously typed, like credit card info and address, will be collected and stored in their personal database. And that’s not all, but I rather not sit here and spell it out for you (ba-da-ting). Not-happenin-over-here-captain. So I installed it and 5 minutes later deleted. You can try it for longer if you want, but do it at your own risk! I’m telling my husband on you Grammarly.
Clarifying "Full Access" (not technically a review)
by E. Crowley on 2020/12/29 14:00
I&#39;ve seen some reviews circulating (approximately half of the 1-star reviews) which are concerns with how the keyboard asks for &#34;full access&#34;. I&#39;d like to clarify that THIS IS NOT SUSPICIOUS. All other keyboard applications tend to ask for full access, mainly to allow them to use the internet. Take Gboard, which has Google search built-in. To be honest, I would trust Grammarly more with my &#34;data&#34; that they &#34;store&#34; in servers than I would Google, where they mainly sell it to advertisers. Either way, &#34;full access&#34; is not suspicious for a keyboard to ask for. Seriously. Go around the app store and find a keyboard app that doesn&#39;t, and connects to the internet in some way. It&#39;s not showing your address to random staff when you type it, and it&#39;s not going to build up a super in-depth profile on your or launch ballistic missiles at your house. Better yet, they describe what this is IN THE APP. When you&#39;re installing, it says &#34;what&#39;s full access&#34; under the giant green setup button. Read that!
I absolutely love this! But...
by P0TAT03S on 2019/12/14 01:39
There are some minor things that I would like to carve. First off, I&#39;m a brand new user on my iPhone, but I use Grammarly a lot on my laptop. Not the best at typing on the iPhone, so I thought ’let&#39;s use that app that I have on my laptop.’ so I downloaded the app. I opened my Google Docs, which is where I would likely write my stories, and then I started to use it. I like to use a lot of apostrophes as well as a lot of quotation marks. But it seems like if you attempt to try to put it with a sentence, they face the wrong way. Here’s an example: ”Sally slid her pale hand across the smooth marble countertop, not knowing what she was getting herself into.” In the beginning, the first quotation mark is the wrong way. I know it may not bother you, reader, but it does bother me very much. I’m a person who gets annoyed when the little things aren&#39;t correct. Please fix this as I really love Grammarly but I can&#39;t stand this issue. It happens when I use apostrophes, too. For instance: On the wall it read: ’nice try, but you won&#39;t beat me, oh, did I forget to mention your beloved sister?’ See how the apostrophe does it as well? It bothers me so. Please fix this. Thank you for reading my long review. Again, it bothers me so much that I would have to delete this app on my phone, but not my laptop. Thank you so much, Potato.
Grammarly is great but please make some developments •PLEASE READ THE WHOLE THING•
by Mermy80 on 2018/03/06 00:34
I&#39;m my experience with Grammarly, I have been using it to type messages and sometimes when I type names, it changes it to a different one. My friends would get confused so I just wouldn&#39;t use Grammarly for texting. Another thing I have issues with in Grammarly is that it tries to put my separate words into ones together. I was typing my review and it put the words ”with and in” together. When I put commas in between my sentences sometimes it says I&#39;m wrong and I&#39;m not. It is not like my reading class which actually gives way more information than Grammarly. I&#39;m sorry if you feel offended but I just think you need to make some improvements. Otherwise, of my issues, I give this app/keyboard a 👍🏽. It is a great app and I hope you make some developments to help me with my problems. I don&#39;t want you to get mad so please don&#39;t. I&#39;m just telling you what you can make improvements on so you can make your app better. Please respond to this and thank you for making this great app.
Bluetooth Keyboards Limited - Some punctuation typing is inefficient
by PennCCRN on 2019/04/11 02:05
Overall, I like it although there are some issues that I find switching back to the built in Apple keyboard away from the Grammarly keyboard. First, I noticed that when using a Bluetooth keyboard the Grammarly functionality is not available. This is quite disappointing since I use my iPad to type quite a bit of material and by using my Bluetooth keyboard it negates the functionality of Grammarly and I can only use it if I’m typing it on the screen. Second, I have noticed that when typing and searching for punctuation marks it’s quite difficult to find the exclamation point which is only available after changing not one, not two, but three different screens. This is grossly inefficient when typing long documents as it slows the writer down quite a bit. Fix these things and I’d use it more frequently, I’ll reevaluate it over the next year and if not fixed I might discontinue my subscription. On plus side, I use it at work with Microsoft Office and it works great.
it’s good..
by unbreakablegabby on 2019/02/20 17:40
It’s good, it’s not the best but it’s good. I hate how they want full access, that’s a little suspicious and sometimes it corrects wrong things (like if you write a whole story, it’s more than likely Grammarly will be wrong on 30% of your “errors”) Grammarly on the iPad is really bad but it corrects your obvious errors and there are some glitches for me on the iPad Pro, like when I want to add something to the dictionary it does it but the next time I go on grammarly it’s like it resetted. And I kind of hate how when you check your field and it doesn’t teleport to the part of the field it’s talking about, like it just stays wherever you were at. You’re staring at your keyboard the whole time and not looking at your actual text kinda It’s a great app on the computer and I’d highly recommend it for typing that way but on all devices, you should always proofread after you check the field bc it doesn’t correct everything like how you’d like it to. It checks a word based on the previous and the following. *DOWNLOAD AT YOUR OWN RISK FOR PRIVACY CONCERNS*
Review for Grammarly
by savnative503 on 2020/01/27 08:04
Hello, my name is Alberto, and this is my review for Grammarly. I have started to use Grammarly two years ago and I have found it do be one if not one of the most valuable applications that I use. It is very easy to set and utilize I can employ this application in just about everything that I wright online from school, work to social networking I have the confidence to post knowing that Grammarly has analyzed my spelling as well as my punctuation. The free trial has all the basic needs to get your writing skills on their way to a great start. In the paid services it has advanced options that go beyond other spelling services I have used the past. One of my favorite advanced options is the copyright checker I feel confident now that when I submit an assignment that the work is unique as well as Grammarly correct. I would recommend this product to anyone who is in school or anyone who writes for there career.
Full access is necessary
by sailor_0703 on 2018/12/29 09:53
For any keyboard like this, it cannot see what you type, if you don’t allow it to. That is the entire point of these apps(especially this one in particular, while some others, the main purpose is elsewhere). This keyboard app is supposed to correct your grammar/spelling. However, it cannot correct your grammar if it cannot “see” what you write, and it cannot see what you write without “full access.” So, if you don’t want that, then don’t knock the developers for writing and making the software that they claim to be making. Also, just for the record, all of your information that you type is still going out online. When you put a credit card into a website, that info is sent out via internet, and collected through multiple parties regardless of what keyboard, software, or device you are using. If you can’t handle that, then go hide in a cave.
I’d give it a six out of five if it weren’t for these problems
by Amethystshouldbeimpressed on 2018/10/14 03:39
Hi! I just love your Desktop application, it is so useful and it works pretty well, except for the fact I can&#39;t make it work on Google. However, your app for mobile is very disappointing. It doesn&#39;t let me automatically look things up, the little green button on the corner of my screen only checks my spelling errors, which I don&#39;t make many of those anyway, and it doesn&#39;t check any of my grammatical errors. I made some very obvious ones to test it out but it didn&#39;t do a thing, and grammar is my biggest problem and the reason I downloaded it. I might have just used autocorrect with a normal keyboard. Also, I thought this would be a tiny feature I could put on my customized keyboard, but instead it gives me a whole new keyboard. This honestly is not a big deal, but there is a feature most third-party keyboards have called ”swipe input” that I highly recommend. All in all, make it more like the desktop application but include the swipe input. Sincerely, Unsatisfied P.S. Wrote this with your keyboard ^~^
Great app but I have some ideas to make it better
by casperyana on 2019/01/12 01:27
Grammarly is so easy to use it’s literally the best app out there for grammar and spelling it’s very useful and has its benefits the only thing I don’t like about the app is that it doesn’t capitalize words that need to be capitalized and I also don’t like how I change the keyboard it makes it a little harder to type but what I do like about it is that the . It is on the main keyboard so you don’t have to press needing to get a period this is very useful thank you so much for making this app I wish I discovered the app sooner. this makes it so much easier life it’s way better than Microsoft word. Grammarly finds things that Microsoft word cant which is very very helpful and fixes his sentences which is also good except for the capitalization I wish it would fix that and yeah five-star rating oh and one more thing I wish it told me where to put a period
Needs better accessibility support
by lawrenceperez7676 on 2020/01/02 15:05
I am a blind user, and for me, Grammarly is somewhat usable. I don&#39;t use the keyboard to type. When I&#39;m done typing I just switch back to the Grammarly keyboard, tap the Grammarly button, and it allows me to correct my mistakes. One thing I like about the corrections is that it tells me if I accidentally capitalized something, or if I added too many punctuation marks, ETC. It makes things a little easier knowing that I can correct those mistakes easier to find and correct. But I wish that accessibility was better. On iPad, once you go into the Grammarly keyboard, a VoiceOver user can&#39;t switch back to the Apple keyboard. Frustrating, because I have to go into settings to disable that. However, it lets me switch back to the Apple keyboard on my iPhone, so I don&#39;t know why it doesn&#39;t work on iPad. Any, I like using Grammarly on my phone like I do any other device. Grammarly is totally unusable on a PC or Mac, I&#39;ve got a Mac with a bootcamp of Windows, but it just doesn&#39;t work on desktop.
MAC is good & I-Phone is not so good
by Crís Hand on 2019/09/17 03:08
I have Paid for the Year for Grammarly to use on my I-Phone and MAC Computer. On my MAC, there is an excellent program that does a lot and helps out with documents and saves them on Grammarly&#39;s web-sight and gives you a lot of choices when writing up a report. With the I-Phone app, Grammarly is missing the documents folder on Grammarly&#39;s website; that dose not allow access to my projects I am working on my computer. I have tried to log in using my I-Phone on Safari APP just like I have done on my computer. The difference is my I-Phone dose not allow access; instead, I am directed to download I-Phone Grammarly. I do have Grammarly already on my phone. The computer version and the I-Phone versions are not the same. Grammarly needs to allow multiple access of your saved work on different mac platforms like when using an I-Phone, MAC, or I-Pad that can access the same files. With my I-Phone there is not as strong of help as when I&#39;m on my MAC computer. My I-Phome is missing Options Like: Set Goals, Overall Score, Correctness, Clarity, Engagement, Delivery, and Plagiarism.
Free app is amazing but premium is too expensive and needs different levels
by Jmanorama on 2020/07/09 13:50
I love the app. I use it at work with my emails and reports, I use it in my text messages I need to send when they’re important. I’ve definitely seen improvements in my writing for the years I’ve been using it. However, I want to access the additional features like checking my tone. I often notice on the web version on my work computer that it’s noticing issues with my tone and possibly coming off across as being pass aggressive. I can&#39;t afford the $140 a month, and I certainly can&#39;t afford the $30 a month. If there was an option for $2 a month that just unlocked some of the premium features that fixed my tone, and especially my wordiness- I’d sign up for that in a heartbeat. Thanks for being great Grammarly! You&#39;ve definitely helped a ton!
Can’t reset my password.
by W. Haney on 2020/03/03 03:56
The service won’t work at all. I’ve followed all of the instructions in the “commonly asked questions” and the app still will not work nor even show up on my keyboard on my IOS device. I’ve tried to reset my password because somehow it’s says my password (the one my phone has saved) doesn’t work so I click the reset password tab and Grammarly sends the reset instructions to my email. I click the link and it takes me the App Store where it tells my I’ve already downloaded the app so I click the app and it kinda of all just repeats from there. Getting pretty annoyed especially after the fact I paid 60 some bucks for the annual service. Now it says I’ve attempted my password to many times and I’m kinda just locked out until who knows when. You guys better get it together and I’ll rate you better or give me my money back in a timely fashion. So far the only thing Grammarly has managed to do is waste 45 min of my very limited time when it’s whole service is designed to save time.
GREAT 👍🏻
by ❤️👍🏻😂😍 on 2020/03/28 16:49
this is a great app even though i&#39;m good at grammar but i still sometimes write this wrong so this app really helped and when i write in my notebook my teacher always says how are you righting everything wright , and my best friend has really bad grammar and can&#39;t spell words right sometimes so this app really helped her, but there are some things that annoy me in this app for example when i put a comma between words it says i&#39;m wrong even though i know i&#39;m right so can you please fix that although this is still a really good app and it helped my whole class with their grammar thanks so much to the people who did this oh and there is something that is also bothering it is that when i write my friends name it always changes it so can you fix that as well please, no offens but i&#39;m being honest, Thank you so much 👏🏻
Decent grammar correction, but sometimes inconvenient
by dfoverdx on 2018/06/15 18:21
As someone who judges people for poor grammar, I judge myself even harder when I make stupid grammar mistakes. Grammarly keyboard goes a long way to preventing those so that my self-righteousness remains intact. For this, if rate the app 4-4.5 stars. However, there are some features missing that make using the keyboard inconvenient compared to iOS’s default keyboard. For example, I would like to set the default quote and apostrophe characters to be those found on a normal computer keyboard (&#34; and &#39;), rather than the stylized/slanted characters that you would use when writing something by hand (“, ”, ‘, and ’). Another missing feature is the prevent-autocorrect-from-occuring checkmark button in the predictive text buttons that iOS’s keyboard has. This requires you to press spacebar, allow the autocorrect to occur, and press backspace to undo it before going on. If you want to change the word rather than undoing the autocorrect, pressing backspace does not remove the space when the autocorrect is undone, so the cursor is not where you would expect it to be. The missing features’ added inconvenience isn&#39;t enough (yet) to dissuade me from using it, but it is frustrating, so I&#39;m rating the app 3 stars. I&#39;ve added both of the approve issues as feature requests, so it is possible (or likely) these inconveniences will disappear shortly.
Favorite keyboard 🙌down (Help me get premium 🙏)
by WSP-Jason on 2019/08/12 08:24
Like I said before, this is the best keyboard 🙌 down but maybe my favorite iOS App at all (Wish I could afford the premium version) I tried emailing you guys to see if there is any possible way I could assist you in joining your beta testing 👥 if applicable since this is becoming my favorite keyboard ⌨️. Now that I am on the job hunt, Grammarly Premium would be a lifesaver with all the emails, updated resume requests, and cover letters. I would gladly pay for the Premium Verizon once I get a job, but hey I get it, y&#39;all have 💸bills to pay as well, so I totally get it if there is nothing you can do. And don&#39;t worry, I will continue to use and recommend this amazing keyboard and overall service on all platforms regardless of whether or not you are able to assist me or not.
Way way way better
by Jonnysalder on 2020/10/23 05:52
This app is hugely improved from what it was in the past. I can actually use it now! You might have earned back a premium customer. I have just three nit-picky requests going forward. 1) Better tune the keys to reduce wrong keys. When I use the apple keyboard, it just knows what key I want, even if I tap wrong. I make more mistakes typing on this keyboard, ironically enough. 2) I would also appreciate swipe texting. 3) Having multiple levels of pressing to select exactly what text you want was a huge game-changer for apple’s keyboard. (you have hard press to move the cursor, but your missing the second hard press to select text.) This feature on apple’s keybors changed the iphone into my favorite writing device for short writing sessions. I would love to be able to rely on the Grammarly keyboard for that same level of precision. For thise reasons, I will continue using apple’s keyboard when drafting. However, this keyboard is finally good enough to keep on my phone and use when editing. Well done to project development and the software engineers that improved this so much! Ps: upon rereading this review before sending it, I notice many errors, but the Grammarly keyboard claims I have none. I&#39;ll leave them in so you see.
It's great but each new version sees performance dips
by Mrlemmers on 2019/06/21 18:55
I really like this keyboard actually, it does something even the stock keyboard doesn&#39;t really do. It has sentence predictions alongside of the normal ones. This really feels like a great alternative to the stock keyboard but with each new version it seems like the keyboard sees performance hiccups. With the current version, the keyboard seems to cause a delay when sending messages. The user presses the send button but then there is a delay before it actually sends. Not a huge issue, but it is something the stock keyboard doesn&#39;t do. Also, this keyboard does not seem to learn the way the user types similar to SwiftKey or the stock keyboard. Again not a huge issue, just the predictions are pretty much locked to what is in the dictionary already. You can have it learn words you type, just not the way you type.
Ehhh
by RussWong on 2019/05/05 22:12
It works as it says it would, but there are some problems with the service. I&#39;m not sure if it&#39;s just my device or whatever, but it keeps glitching out. For example, it would type something, like ”I did something.” Something would be continuing to the next line. But instead of typing ”did”, I would type ”fid”. It would autocorrect it but would make ”I” and ”did” come together. I would then fix it, but then it would autocorrect back to” Idid”. It was really annoying and took some time to get it back to what it should be. There was also a time when it said I had two things wrong in a paragraph I wrote, and I clicked in the tab to correct them. The thing was, though, it wouldn&#39;t fix it and the tab kept popping again and again and again. I feel that it&#39;s just a glitch, but just saying.
New but effective
by EmmyMD19 on 2020/02/17 05:45
I ended my winter Abnormal Psychology with an A. I was borderline set up to stay the B+ range as long as I wasn&#39;t doing poorly. I required a 98% total grade to defend the 4.0 spot once again excellent. The family was spot on when I came to help me do the best I could do. I don&#39;t prefer clutter or mess, and Chegg supported me in handing in the school processes and one article of art and at a time. Analysis of everything we&#39;ll need for the exam. I continuously remind myself that I wouldn&#39;t be without the nutrients and firtilizer, like plants, grow, and what we give them for survival. Brains are great, but take care of yourself, your body, hydration, esp with that gross vitamin pack. Proven to help slow down the progression of disease I want to prevent the part of the illnesses that is harder to treat with modern medicine
It’s good but...
by keira-chan on 2020/06/03 08:11
I don’t really recommend on your phone, it’s annoying every time you wanna type something and it continuously autocorrects my phone already does that but with Grammarly it happens more. It tried to autocorrect my own name changed my nick to lei instead of Kei. It&#39;s great but for the story, I was writing it wasn&#39;t the best when I&#39;m writing reviews, emails, and stuff like that it&#39;s awesome but when writing stories that have different words that it might not know it continuously tells you that something is wrong. Which annoys me because I have something where notifications bug me I can&#39;t stand seeing them, but Grammarly is great but do not recommend for Wattpad stories that have a lot of ”slang” words like y’all, cringey, and words like that but I would recommend it if not used with Wattpad.
Too expensive
by JKS360 on 2020/01/12 13:12
While the product itself is excellent, the price of up to $30 dollars PER MONTH is completely ridiculous. I don’t see any justification for charging a subscription fee that high or for charging a subscription at all, rather than a single price up front. It is not a service, like a VPN or Cable Channel Provider. It’s a grammar and spell checker for goodness sake. They could charge a smaller upfront price and sell a lot more of their product. Even their yearly offer works out to $20 per month. At least with “in app purchases” you can make a one time purchase to add functionality (talking about productivity software not games). Grammarly would be categorized as a word processor enhancement. In no way do I see that as justifying a subscription fee at all, much less $30 per month. Even Apple Music, which IS a service, doesn’t charge nearly that much.
Read the third-party keyboard details
by JLCrane82 on 2019/08/20 22:34
”Third Party Keyboards provide an alternative way to input keyboard data. These keyboards can access all of the data you type, including bank account and credit card numbers, street addresses, as well as other personal and sensitive information. These keyboards may also access nearby text or data, which is useful for improving autocorrect functionality. If you enable Full Access, developers are permitted to access, collect and transmit the data you type. In addition, if the third party application containing the keyboard has your permission to access location, photos, or other personal data, the keyboard can also collect and transmit that information to the keyboard developer’s servers. If you disable Full Access for a third party keyboard, and then re-enable it, the keyboard’s developer may be able to access, collect and transmit what was typed while the network access was disabled.”
Waste of time and money
by JoyouslyKing on 2019/09/12 00:19
I’d give this app zero stars if it let me, but it won’t. So one star it is. I paid for their service for two years and it was okay. There are things about the app that are frustrating; like you can can’t move copy on the page or bold ares so you can go back and make changes. Yes it checks grammar, spelling,etc, but definitely not worth the money I spent. But the real reason they get no stars (if that was possible) is that they have no customer service. No phone number. No person to chat with. Just an unmanned zen desk that takes 24 hrs to get back to you, which they fail to mention anywhere. But they did me a favor because I paid for a competitors software which is 100% better, let’s you move copy on the page, create folders for different projects (another thing you can’t do with Grammarly). So if you’re a professional writer, get out from under this limited app and get one that caters to your needs and has customer service.
Good for some, not for others
by ¡Rachel! on 2018/02/03 03:36
Overall, Grammarly is a nice app for typos, word placement, and sentence correction. It works best with small emails and projects with little information to process. However, it has some kinks that can be worked out. For Ipad/Iphone use, when I check my whole 5 page book chapters, Grammarly doesn&#39;t fix anything, and will tend to crash. I have tried re-downloading. It doesn&#39;t work. If you&#39;re looking for spelling, this app is an option. If you&#39;re looking to help odd sentence structure and writing in general, I suggest look for another app. Grammarly suggests a few ways to edit sentences like adding a word or comma, but doesn&#39;t offer alternative sentences, word replacement, etc. I do love the keyboard layout, I just wish this was easier to use. I had a lengthy process just to install a keyboard that doesn&#39;t work. My computer wouldn&#39;t accept the application.
Used for three months
by melbarre on 2019/05/27 19:05
I have used this for three months on my laptop at home and genuinely really like it. I decided to install it on my phone. So far, the only real problem I have is ”manage personal dictionary”. I would like it to be able to include all the aspects, or characters, of the keyboard. For example, a running joke with my friends is Jim Carrey’s ”B-E-A-UTIFUL” quote. Grammarly doesn&#39;t recognize the word so it will either try to correct the word or ask if I would like the last part ”UTIFUL” put into my personal dictionary. Trying to put the word in myself results in an error as it does not allow characters. Honestly, I do not see any other problems with this app. I would recommend it, my friends and family.
Love the app, but not the keyboard.
by HondaRidr on 2019/07/08 15:02
This app is fantastic for typing up emails to my professors and anything else. The issue I have is that the keyboard is tough to type on accurately. So, I used the world key to access the standard keyboard to type what I need and then use it again to switch the Grammarly to correct any mistakes. The second issue I have is the concern about privacy. Like many others have stated, you have to give them access to anything you type on your keyboards, this includes account usernames and passwords. I hope their ethics are in check. So, Grammarly, since you’re watching me type this, please update your keyboard to better mimic and work as the standard iPhone one and be mindful and respectful of the information you gather from our devices and lives.
Cool app
by ShawnHoo50 on 2019/12/06 02:14
It corrects my mistakes when my mind goes way faster then I can type. It&#39;s caught one million and one mistakes I&#39;ve made. I’m usually pretty good at English even spelling but my brain doesn’t work like normal people or not most. I’m even slowing down now and it’s about impossible. I will admit google gave me Grammarly before but NOTHING like this for the same reason. My poems writings would have one word missing which takes the whole writing book paragraph into a different direction. I look for it now and when it’s gone there comes slow writing ideas list that was right there so if you&#39;re a writer and have that amazing ending but all of a sudden you look up at 20 thousand mistakes, ideas one! I&#39;ve always loved this but the updates are unbelievable! Recommended for all especially writers.
Privacy Concerns Not Reality Congruent
by busnotepress on 2019/04/25 18:38
If you don’t want your keyboard input sent through Grammarly’s servers, by all means, don’t enable keyboard access. In fact, don’t even download the App, because clearly, IT WON’T WORK if their servers can’t process your data. If you think there is a workaround for this, then my friend your cheese may have slid off its cracker. In addition, if this concept baffles you, you should very probably chuck your smartphone and/or tablet in the rubbish bin, as you clearly lack the resources to deserve the privilege of technology. Stick with a flip-phone and a hard copy of the ‘Manual of Style.’ I am taking a star off for the lack of external keyboard support, but perhaps that’s Apple’s fault. The workaround is to, after writing, disconnect the keyboard, switch to Grammerly, and recheck the text. Not ideal but it works.
Needs Work
by scojohnson on 2019/09/29 07:34
I was about to take my iPad Pro back to the Apple Store... but deleting this app fixed the issue. I was having random “dead spots” on the screen, almost seeming like the tablet was overwhelmed and stalling... its an iPad Pro.. that shouldn’t be happening, unless this thing is cranking away on the internet continuously. Removing the app fixed the issue instantly. Unfortunately I paid for a year before discovering this. It does work well on my Surface, which I rarely use, only for software that isn’t available for the Mac. No support for MS Office on the MAC, so it is useless for my professional intent - I write government proposals for a living... typically 350+ pages each, so I’m no doing that on the Surface or an iPad... or any web-based garbage. Too bad, it’s nice, but the iPad version needs work and the lack of support for OSX (by far the best writing /creative / content platform) is strange - to say the least.
The PC Version is better
by sincerelydisappointed09 on 2019/05/26 14:07
Hello! I’ve been using the Grammarly function on my computer for quite some time, so I decided to test it out on my phone—An iOS for those interested. I was extremely happy about the desktop, which is why I was understandably excited to test it out. When I got the mobile app, though, it was a disappointment for me. Whenever I would save a word to my dictionary, it seemingly disappeared the next time I went on. Along with this, it incorrectly changed a lot of things automatically, which took a lot of time to get something out. One of the functions I was most excited for—being able to continue the works on my PC through the app—wasn’t a feature at all. I understand that the app is just for the keyboard, but I ultimately think that an in-app writing area similar to the PC version would ultimately be good.
I’m concerned about the terms and conditions
by KrystalSmiles2 on 2020/08/12 08:55
I have downloaded the app but haven’t switched it to the “full access keyboard” it pops up saying if you accept it then the developer will be able to access sensitive information. Such as credit card information, your address etc. I did see where someone was concerned about this issue also and the developer responded in a way that sounded convincing. I’m hoping the developer will respond to this and if you do, my main question would be if that’s not an issue, why is it still a disclaimer you have to agree to before allowing full access? “If I can change the rating later, I will, depending on if I can get additional information or not.” Just to clarify: “I have not used the app yet! So I cannot give any information on how the app works.”
The app works about half the time.
by BobbaStet on 2019/11/17 23:27
I downloaded this app as a student to help me proof-read my essays and papers. At first, the app was great! Click of a button and it proof reads everything and gives you recommendations on what to fix. Unfortunately, this feature has been broken for weeks now. It will proof read the whole paper, then give you the recommendations. Once you fix one or two errors, the app will crash or freeze and you have to have it proof read the entire paper again. Sometimes you have to refresh the entire keyboard add-on because it freezes the entire keyboard. It’s quite annoying that a feature that would once take me a matter of minutes to go through now takes 10-15 minutes. It’s also fairly annoying that they still don’t have a feature that works with a Bluetooth keyboard. Having to unconnect your Bluetooth keyboard every time you want to use the app gets tiresome.
Shame
by shame shMe shame jahdhdhgrudh on 2018/07/26 03:06
I’m so disappointed pointed in the grammarly app and the developer needing full access to what I type to use the full functionality of the app. I know this is common practice but I’m also starting to realize apple supports this type of piracy and is a witting accomplice in this unnecessary trend. If apple truly cared about my privacy they would ensure developers didn’t place you in a compromising position for using apps that would truly help improve certain aspects of your life without the need the need to know what I’m typing, bank account numbers and all manner of critical information that doesn’t make the app perform better. I’m ashamed of both the developer of grammarly and apple for supporting this type of behavior.
Great app
by Craig Ruiz B on 2019/09/02 03:49
I love grammarly keyboard! It helps me with my papers for school work, and also helped me learn more about what kind of easy mistakes I would make when writing anything that I never even knew were incorrect! But I also wish that the monthly payments were more cheaper, because I know that I would love to have it apart of my daily life and work, but for me the prices are slightly more complicated than I thought and I wish I could pay for example $30 dollars for a monthly subscription but I just don’t have the money that could get me longer than just one month. I love this app, and I just want to have people know that this isn’t a hate comment, it’s just my opinion but I definitely would recommend this app!
Great but have to keep an eye on it
by Dkac on 2020/06/20 14:26
I have dyslexia so I find it very useful for fixing the small mistakes I never learned about in school. (where to place the comma, the proper word usage). However frequently it will insist on a change that affects the entire meaning of a sentence. To be something else, or even not make sense. I would like to see the sentence in context as written as well as the proposed changes. I&#39;m not sure given space limitations if it&#39;s possible. Perhaps highlight the mistake so it can be viewed. Then I can easily read it and see if it really needs to be fixed. And give ignore this correction this once button. I use the free version because I&#39;m on a fixed income and I&#39;m very grateful for that option. Even if advanced mistakes are not shown.
Okay but bad compared to the desktop version
by Alyssa the Potato on 2020/11/30 01:56
I originally got the desktop version of this app hoping it would help me write better papers for school. After such a good experience on the desktop version and countless ads about the mobile version, I decided to get it as I enjoy writing drafts for stories I might turn into books in the Notes of my iPhone. After getting it, I instantly loved the synonym feature as it helped quite a lot with writing nonrepetitive stories. I wish it were more similar to the desktop version and didn&#39;t take up the autocorrect bar when I turned the keyboard on. I also miss the red underline that went with the desktop version. Otherwise, this app was pretty great and I will continue to use it. Please keep in mind my suggestions if you would like to better the app. 😊Have a great day!
Magical
by Jose1950 on 2018/02/22 14:07
Josey86 describes this keyboard as worst than anything out there. Well, I don&#39;t understand it. Is there an extra star to put it? I want to give 6. Clearly exceeding expectations. This keyboard is made for non-native English-speaking professionals. Which, this is me. I learned good English through my long life and can say my learned English is well above average. After working two months using this keyboard, the quality of my reports is improving faster. My weakness is accuracy (I need a small paperback English handbook on my side all the time) Saying that, this is the closest to a Magic act I&#39;ve ever seen. Just an example: for non-English speakers, there is always confusion between disease and decease; device and device, advice and advice, etc. There are so many ”close calls” that your brain will never be able to catch. This corrector works in context. If you are a native speaker, and you write above average advanced English, don&#39;t use it. For the bunch that must work in the USA and has no time to follow the additional training, Grammarly is the way to go. By the way, I need this in French, Portuguese and Italian. For Spanish it will be an annoyance.
Wouldn’t recommend for everyday texting
by MelanieKaz on 2020/10/08 18:17
The autocorrect on this keyboard is atrocious. It doesn’t identify well with suggestive words so if you misspell a word and don’t wait for the suggestions to pop up (which is really slow to pop up) and continue to type, it’ll often autocorrect it to a word that does not make sense to be in that sentence. Then you have to manually go back and correct it. If you enable the keyboard before sending a professional email or text where you’re taking your time, this is a good keyboard. If you’re sending a ton of text messages and emails daily, it’s very annoying with all of the manual correcting you’ll have to do. Often times I’m sending the message because the keyboard is too slow to keep up with me and when I go back to read it it doesn’t make any sense. I don’t have this problem when I use just the regular apple keyboard.
It WOULD NOT let me log in!
by panda lover 56 on 2020/07/02 00:41
I tried and tried. I had this app earlier but accidentally deleted it. I decided to get it again and it went horribly! I made a new account with the same email and a different password. It said I already had an account, I had forgotten I got this app until that moment. So, I went and clicked the sign in tab. Put in my email and new password I’d updated about 2 months ago. And guess what! It didn’t work! I tried a couple more times with the same result, I don’t know why I thought it would make a difference, it didn’t. So, I make a new password and try again! It didnt work! At this point I was losing my patience. I deleted the app and found a different writing app I can use. All I wanted was to make a short story to pass the time in quarantine. I found an app, but it wasn’t this one. If there’s anything I can do to use this app again please let me know! Thank you for reading this if you did, Sincerely, Nikayla V
Dreadfully Annoying
by AcheronP on 2019/12/05 09:58
The concept of Grammarly is excellent. Unfortunately, Grammarly will insist on its own spelling or grammar even when wrong or a perfectly acceptable alternative spelling or grammatical construction has been written. The app refuses to let me type the name ”Betsy” without turning it off first. The app insists I must be writing the word, ”best.” I have had to uninstall the app because of these small but extremely irritating functionality problems. Another example: the app won&#39;t recognize the word &#34;ago&#34; and keeps insisting I must mean &#34;agl&#34; which I can&#39;t find listed in any dictionary. And now writing this review, the app is telling me this is an unknown word yet insisting that is what I must mean in another piece I am writing. The app refuses to allow me to choose my own closing to a letter or email. It insists that I must use a homonym of the word I want. The concept is excellent but the app itself creates work rather than make work more productive.
Sign Your Life Away
by jaybird-gsu1989 on 2019/01/20 18:57
This is a great Ap. I have bought for all of the Clerical Workers in my office including myself. Improve your writing skills as well but I just came across something I find something very disturbing. It says if you check the box for full access you are agreeing to let them transmit any keystroke you make any where they want even CREDIT CARD ENTRIES. Does that mean they can sell your credit card number, does that mean they can use your credit card to remodel their office? Obviously not but it still scares me enough not to use it anymore until they can more properly explain exactly what they do with your info. These Aps never can seem to be specific about what do with it and that’s hard to understand when your asking to share my credit card info with anyone. Explain that and you would be 5 star.
Not exactly the best...
by Gacha Girl 💙 on 2020/05/17 04:57
I suppose Grammarly is good for writing? I wouldn’t exactly recommend it to many people though. I struggle to find the right words to describe things, and Grammarly usually helps me with that. It also finds mistakes and typos I didn’t see and I find that very useful. The reason I wouldn’t recommend it is... that’s all it really does for me. When I’m using Grammarly, it will try to correct things that are already perfectly fine. The autocorrect option will appear and just won’t go away, too. And in order for me to get rid of it, I sometimes have to let it read all of my writing. That can be a pain when I write a lot. Sometimes I’ll write a word and forget a letter. For example, “Appl” It will have an autocorrect option appear, but when I add the e back myself, it’s still there. When I press the button, it makes it “Applee” I think that needs some work... As I said before, it will autocorrect things that are already fine and have them make no sense. It’s funny how it’s Grammarly and doesn’t know correct grammar. But who knows, this is just my experience with Grammarly on iPhone. Maybe it’s different for others or other devices. I guess it’s still helpful nonetheless.
The computer version is better :/
by SoNgBiRdd7 on 2020/01/18 02:26
I have a premium account that I love using when writing essays on my computer. I&#39;m trying to write an email right now, and I thought I&#39;d use the app because this teacher is very formal. It made stupid, illogical correction suggestions, and it&#39;s doing right now as I write this! It wants me to capitalize random words. When I wrote ”in early December, ” it wanted me to capitalize the word ”In.” This app is HORRIBLE and context, unlike the computer one. It is currently bugging me to change the word ”capitalize” to gain. And put a period after that when I just put it in quotes. Word needs the synonym ”name” right now. When I press the ”check your text” button, the screen flashes and tells me there&#39;s nothing wrong. This all doesn&#39;t know what context is. I wish I could write this email on my computer right now it&#39;s insane. Disappointing. Download the computer program.
The worst thing that happened to me!!!
by powdu on 2019/06/19 23:48
I love this app, It’s so awesome. It doesn’t make you frustrated when writing the wrong words, but fixes it for you. But, sometimes it’s wrong about the words you are trying to say. I get “there” and “their” confused sometimes, which is all the times and it always corrects for me all the time in the right way. But, then one day, when I did it the whole “there” and “their” thing again. That time I really tried my best to not make that mistake, cause it was a really important day for me. I was getting hired for a job I’ve working and wanting my whole life. When I was writing I didn’t bother to look back at my writing because I’ve been using grammarly for about a year, so I didn’t, but guess I really thought wrong because everybody always tells me to check over my work before sending it. I got a letter that said that I wasn’t qualified to write and I was so sad and mad at grammarly!!!!!!!!!!!
Grammarly App not compatible with voiceover
by AnnieInAcworth on 2018/07/23 23:26
I am a blind user of Grammarly and when using it on a computer I get to enjoy all its benefits. But on the iPhone, it will not work for me. I reported this to Grammarly ages ago and they gave me the runaround. Today I tried it again with a new release. It is still useless to me. When I reported it they suggested I uninstall/reinstall the app. I went through that exercise only to learn tech support was wasting my time. When I complained more loudly, I was told making Grammarly accessible is difficult and they don&#39;t know when they can do it. Really??? This company brags about using sophisticated AI to analyze sentences, yet they can&#39;t get their app to do what tens of thousands of other applications already have figured out? Voiceover is built into every iPhone for a reason. It provides Blind people equal access, but only if companies care enough to build their applications with us in mind.
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Whether you're tapping out a quick email or writing up a long report, grammarly’s real-time writing feedback will help you make sure your work is tip-top. The keyboard for iPhone and iPad works across all your apps, no copy and pasting required. Plus, with a document editor and personal writing statistics (available on iPad), you can take your writing to the next level. grammarly always keeps your writing safe and private. See our Privacy Policy for details: https://www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy Real-time writing suggestions - Sophisticated spelling and grammar checker - Vocabulary enhancements and synonym finder - Suggestions for improving unclear sentences - Recommendations for streamlining wordy sentences A simple keyboard that works in any app - Real-time writing suggestions - Multiword text predictions - Smart autocorrect - Emoji predictions and search bar A document editor for long-form writing (iPad only) - Comprehensive writing feedback on long documents - Easy cloud-based document management - Access your personal writing statistics and milestones - Compatible with hardware keyboards Go beyond correctness and clarity with grammarly Premium grammarly Premium elevates your writing with additional suggestions designed to make your writing more engaging and effective. You can access your Premium features across devices by logging into your account. Payment will be charged to your Apple ID account when you confirm your purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. If you don’t cancel, your account will be charged for renewal within 24 hours prior to the end of the current period. You can manage and cancel your subscriptions by going to your account settings in the App Store after purchase. Terms of Service: https://www.grammarly.com/terms Privacy Policy: https://www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy California Privacy Notice: https://www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy#for-california-users
Ok there’s issues
by BlueGreenYoshi on 2021/01/13 04:47
I get that the app is meant to fix spelling... But there are some major problems. There are many people that need to type in a different way and the app system get’s in the way. The system’s autocorrect is way too sensitive and has times where it’s autocorrect actually steers off from what you need to type and this happens too frequently. And there are people where they do something and they complete the action before their body can signal to stop. And this app goes against this natural occurrence. Overall the app is ok but its actual functionality is far from perfect. It’ll need some major improvements in my opinion.
Great app love it
by kingstarboy14 on 2021/01/11 19:12
I say this app is 9/10 really good fixes my writing right pretty good I recommend that you download this
DO NOT INSTALL THIS ON IPHONE 12!!!
by 1stGman on 2021/01/11 19:08
I installed this app on my phone, Grammarly has no support to assist in deleting the app. It does not work as claimed. Three hours later and I may have to reset my phone. Thanks for nothing Grammarly! 😡👎
Great for the desktop/laptop
by K Forf on 2021/01/11 14:30
This is great for larger devices, but to REALLY make this keyboard useful in the one-handed world many live in, this keyboard needs the ability to swipe to type. Even Apple finally gave in to the swipe type revolution
AWESOME
by oofy the lisa123456789 on 2021/01/10 05:24
It’s profit for tapering get this app
It force me to allow full access
by Alex iq on 2021/01/09 16:44
I installed it and deleted it right away 👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻👎🏻
Grammarly is the best!
by Robbie.cu on 2021/01/08 21:52
English isn&#39;t my home language. I always was struggling with grammar and new words. When I used Grammarly for the first time change everything for me. Grammar has been a teacher. I have been learning new words. The suggestion of synonymous is a great resource to improve my English skills. Every people who read my message or emails says “your English is very good” I always smile. That would be impossible without Grammarly. I wanna thank you for your hard work to improve this amazing application.
useless keyboard
by <o-o> y e s on 2021/01/08 21:25
i tried the keyboard for about 1 second and i have a hard time with searching stuff up but it sadly doesn&#39;t work on google or duckduckgo switch is disappointing I heard other people say that it sometimes accidently corrects your texts I still have the app I only use it for writing reviews I wish that it can corrects my searches in times of need I&#39;m pretty sure that it maybe takes your personal information and maybe use it I think it does there is a lot of big words I can&#39;t type, but it sometimes doesn&#39;t catch what I&#39;m trying to say I know that it&#39;s probably a bot I&#39;m using this keyboard right now but it&#39;s pretty disappointing I hope that in the future you can use this keyboard and search stuff up at the same time but it&#39;s pretty useless
Question.....
by Wllttdvd on 2021/01/08 03:36
I would like to use this, but am afraid to allow full access from work because if you store information as you state, then I am violating polices and am basically giving away my companies proprietary info.
The iOS App Is Trash
by scout2u on 2021/01/08 02:36
I use Grammerly on my work computer for all emails and docs. I treated myself to the full version for Christmas. As a whole I am underwhelmed. The functionality on iPhone is the worst part. The keyboard is slow. I text rapidly and it slows me down. The key spacing is odd. You lose some of the functionality of iOS keyboards - like using the space bar like a mouse. When you mistype with the junky keyboard it ironically does not correct your typos. But it will definitely correct over and over and over words that you are trying to type and may be spelled differently. Really frustrating.
About Grammarly
by hopey123085673 on 2021/01/08 02:02
I&#39;ve had it for a day now and it works well but some of the stuff Grammarly is made for my iPhone did before I got this app. But this app is honestly good so that is why I rated it a five-star app thank you for creating it and I already told my Lil cousin about it because both of us aren&#39;t the best sellers so this app is a lifesaver a gaping thank you so much Sincerely, Hope
Fat fingers mean more typing errors with grammar LT
by Kris Coleman on 2021/01/07 23:31
Compared to the default iOS keyboard, I type so many typos with grammarly’s keyboard that I finally just had to uninstall it so I can text again without constantly fixing typos.
Please read before getting.
by jfjrijferjf on 2021/01/07 20:16
Grammarly is a good app however, there are some things I think may be problems but then it will say I was right. I honestly think it is right only fifty percent of the time. Don&#39;t get me started on punctuation; it doesn&#39;t correct that. Yes, I know that it&#39;s called Grammarly but I wish it would help more with punctuation. I am terrible at punctuation so it&#39;s a pain. Since I&#39;m obsessed with fixing my grammar and punctuation, I highly suggest that you download this just to know that it&#39;s not perfect. Hopefully, the Grammarly owners will fix this problem. Oh and also I&#39;m not completely sure but I think most of the time their grammar is right. I mean no offense toward the makers of this app I&#39;m just suggesting minor changes that will make this app more likable!
Let down
by CHICHIKUNEE on 2021/01/07 04:17
I have used Grammarly on my laptop for years and I have loved it. I don’t feel that the mobile version measures up to the chrome extension. I intentionally made spelling and grammar errors to make sure it works and there were several it didn’t catch. Now that I am used to using the swipe keyboard, I don’t enjoy typing every letter anymore. If Grammarly could fix that issue and add swiping then I’ll definitely download again!
Just an amazing app
by JsimonJr on 2021/01/06 13:10
I&#39;ve been using this app both on desktop and phone app as a keyboard. It&#39;s been instrumental. The app simply works, and that&#39;s the best compliment that you can give an app.
Ok
by like alice on 2021/01/06 02:03
It is very lageg but ok because l am only 8
Where is a contact number
by Klhowell on 2021/01/05 13:48
Spent a hundred and fifty last year on premium. I could not get my premium to work and had to change my password trying to get it to work! Never did work and out all that money for partial job done! It looks like there would be a number to call for trouble or issues
Read before you buy.
by 6milliondollardude on 2021/01/04 02:42
This is a good app on the iPad. But you should know a few things before buying. It’s really expensive. Like 30 dollars a month or over a hundred for the year. I took the year option only to discover that the app doesn’t work for the iphone. Instead you have to give it access TO ALL YOUR KEYBOARD FUNCTIONS. Web searches, bank account the lot. It says it doesn’t store the more sensitive material, but who knows, the security of this third-party app is good enough to protect potentially all of your information. I don’t and after complaining to their customer control I just got a cut and paste email in return, so that doesn’t fill me with confidence. It should say that before you buy it. False advertising and bad management for an otherwise successful idea.
Annoying Bug
by jifkcjdjfh on 2021/01/03 17:53
Every time I update the app, when I try to use the synonyms option, it always goes blank. I would have to reinstall the app so that the synonyms would reappear again. Sometimes it doesn’t even appear after reinstalling. Please fix this issue.
I hate this app
by ffffffuuuuuuukc on 2021/01/03 00:06
Grammarly is the worst app ever. I went to text by girlfriend “HI” but in stead I texted “HO”,and grammarly did not fix it to “HI.”
So stupid
by gghuuhgiivug on 2021/01/02 23:16
Just turn on auto correct
No
by Minecraft lover 9999 on 2021/01/02 21:05
Just use speech to text
Review
by Kevin Marib on 2021/01/02 16:36
It’s a Good concept but the app itself doesn’t work very well , before I had the app my phone would automatically fix misspelled words ever since I got the app and let it take over my keyboard I text people and it seems like it messes up basic words for me and I have to proof read EVERYTHING I WRITE ! Waste of my time . My phone worked better and did not mess up my text . I feel like this app purposely messes up your text messaging to “fix” it honesty and then they want you to pay premium for helping you add punctuation? For all that type your sentence in google search bar and they’ll give you the CORRECT way to say what you mean FOR FREE THIS APP IS A SCAM IN DELETING IT NOW . Had it over one month and have had more issues with spelling then when I didn’t have it
Hello Gram-marly
by Ronald Aurelio Jose Jr on 2021/01/02 06:57
Dear Gram-marly I love how Grammarly&#39;s writing app makes everything clear and anything you type is not only correct but also clear and simple to examine. Grammarly algorithms flag potential issues in the text and make context-specific suggestions to help with grammar, spelling and usage, wordiness, style, punctuation, and even plagiarism My only issue is that I would love it you guys make Gram-marly Premium free because I always use that for school and especially essays for class and it’s makes sure everything is correct It&#39;s fascinating how they underline the incorrect word choice and Grammarly’s products is a sophisticated artificial intelligence network created to analyze sentences written in English. Grammarly’s team of computational linguists and deep learning engineers designs cutting-edge algorithms that memories the laws and private patterns of good writing by analyzing millions of sentences from research corpora. (A corpus is a large collection of text that has been organized and labeled for research and development purposes.) When you write with Grammarly, our AI analyzes each sentence and looks for ways to improve it, whether it’s correcting a verb tense, suggesting a stronger synonym, or offering a clearer sentence structure. As you can imagine, a complex AI system like this one requires a lot of computing power—much more than a personal computer or mobile device can provide. For that reason, it runs in the cloud, rather than locally on your device. All you need to check your writing with a Grammarly product is an Internet connection. When you use Grammarly, you can help improve its suggestions. Anytime you hit “ignore” on an unhelpful suggestion, Grammarly gets a little bit smarter. Over time, our team can make adjustments to the suggestions with high ignore rates to make them more helpful. Grammarly’s earliest breakthroughs in AI-powered writing enhancement happened in the realm of grammar, spelling, and punctuation correction—a fact that’s reflected in our name to this day. We could have stopped there, but the truth is, just because something’s grammatically correct doesn’t mean it’s clear or compelling. Over the years, it&#39;s repeatedly enhancing new types of feedback to help you fix wordiness, vagueness and hedging, poor word choice, gnarly sentence structure, and even plagiarism. We add new writing checks all the time, so when you see a suggestion you don’t remember encountering before, it’s probably not your imagination. Thanks for the remarkable app I would love for you guys to enhance and expand additional elements. Grammarly’s writing tools are designed to work where you do—on your phone and your computer, in your web browser or your word processor. The difference between Grammarly and built-in spelling and grammar checkers isn’t just accuracy or breadth of feedback. It’s also contextual awareness. After all, an email to your boss probably shouldn’t sound like a text to your best friend. Grammarly’s browser extension, for example, makes stricter grammar suggestions and offers ways to help you sound more formal and professional when you’re writing on LinkedIn. Grammarly Premium users can adjust their style settings for any text field on any site. When you’re writing something formal, you can switch to the academic or business settings to flag contractions, unclear antecedents, and other casualisms you want to avoid. But when you’re posting on Facebook and you want to write in a more relaxed voice, Grammarly’s casual setting will turn off alerts for the passive voice and informalities like slang and sentence fragments.
Great app!
by b for ber on 2021/01/01 22:42
Grammarly is overall a great app, it does help catch things people don’t notice. Except for the times when it says to re-word a sentence without telling you how. But other than that I love it!
I’m not sharing my name.
by mahelfonshelfiscute on 2021/01/01 04:25
If you could please stop sending me emails about the app even tho I deleted the app I have got atleast 4 emails from y’all so please stop and I gave you my information and I don’t know why you would need my information for helping me with my grammar it’s suspicious about that...y’all need to update that and not take peoples information and y’all even got my Lock Screen password like why??
IPhone
by hove_k on 2020/12/31 04:13
How do you pull up documents on your phone in Grammarly?
Cant use document editor
by Sweetie tweetie on 2020/12/31 04:11
Downloaded this app because I cant use the grammarly website on my ipad mini, only to find out they dont support document editor on ipad minis.
It's a good app
by Oliver g switch on 2020/12/29 18:11
It even works when I&#39;m texting I recommend using the app it&#39;s perfect I like it 100%
Clarifying "Full Access" (not technically a review)
by E. Crowley on 2020/12/29 14:00
I&#39;ve seen some reviews circulating (approximately half of the 1-star reviews) which are concerns with how the keyboard asks for &#34;full access&#34;. I&#39;d like to clarify that THIS IS NOT SUSPICIOUS. All other keyboard applications tend to ask for full access, mainly to allow them to use the internet. Take Gboard, which has Google search built-in. To be honest, I would trust Grammarly more with my &#34;data&#34; that they &#34;store&#34; in servers than I would Google, where they mainly sell it to advertisers. Either way, &#34;full access&#34; is not suspicious for a keyboard to ask for. Seriously. Go around the app store and find a keyboard app that doesn&#39;t, and connects to the internet in some way. It&#39;s not showing your address to random staff when you type it, and it&#39;s not going to build up a super in-depth profile on your or launch ballistic missiles at your house. Better yet, they describe what this is IN THE APP. When you&#39;re installing, it says &#34;what&#39;s full access&#34; under the giant green setup button. Read that!
You can’t believe what I say
by just a creator on 2020/12/29 07:28
I love this app Dud
I hate that there is not physical keyboard integration!
by Mikia Storm on 2020/12/28 05:01
As a writer I like the tools of the app however I don’t like that it stops allowing me to make inputs with the physical keyboard that I use. I don’t want to use an onscreen keyboard because it takes up valuable space and it is not textile. I have to look at the keyboard on screen instead of what I am writing, whereas with a physical keyboard I can just type and never look at it. Looking at an onscreen keyboard breaks the flow of writing. Because of this I have been using a standard word document for my writing then copy and paste into the app to make edits... and even then I still have difficulty because I don’t want the stupid onscreen keyboard. Developers you need to fix this. Otherwise I might just take my business elsewhere. I use this app on the iPad.
Just no.
by 𝒟𝑒𝒶 on 2020/12/28 03:07
It doesn’t help your grammar because when I tried testing it out and didn’t like it I typed to my friend “I am so deletion this” when I was trying to type “I am so deleting this” therefore this app is garbage for me and honestly normal text is better.
Trash
by jimmordino on 2020/12/27 01:00
How you guy figured out how to mess up a keyboard is beyond me, the web app is so good but your IOS keyboard is so clumsy it’s almost amazing. I don’t know what your developers did to make it so terrible but they pulled it off. Literal garage , do not download.
Not What I Expected
by alicorneagle11 on 2020/12/25 03:42
I like to write my own little novels that literally only me and my friends read. On my laptop, I have grammarly, and while it does check email and docs and even google translate, I could just write my stories on the site itself. I tried logging in, and I could use grammarly keyboard, but I wanted to be able to access my stories on my phone and write. I can’t do that. It’s a lot of work to go back and forth from docs/word and grammarly where I can get correct suggestions that don’t bug me to my very core or I can just ignore to my hearts content. Could you have a way for me to access those stories? If not, that’s totally cool, it was worth a shot.
Needs to have swipe typing as an option.
by Geauxie on 2020/12/25 01:03
I appreciate the app in all of its features and corrections. However, the only thing I would have to suggest is that the app needs a swipe or glide type. That is the only fault I have with the app so far.
Need improvement
by Sadman_Khan on 2020/12/24 05:25
It’s not about always using the right grammar it’s also about understanding the users style and how user wanna express it, and helping them to express it.
Almost perfect!
by 1619415 on 2020/12/24 03:16
We’re getting there! Would be so much better with Swipe to Type and emoji searching, otherwise solid 10!
Swipe-typing
by Peeparmy2 on 2020/12/24 00:12
If you can make an update to allow swipe typing I will rate 5 stars. Until then 3/5.
swipe typing
by penguinREC on 2020/12/23 19:37
Last year, Apple added swipe typing to iOS 13. However, there is no swipe typing for the Grammarly keyboard. Is it possible to add swipe typing?
INotLola
by FashionBuggg on 2020/12/23 02:06
Nice app😀
Aht Aht! Not I
by 10timez on 2020/12/22 22:04
No way! Not me, If u could understand that grammar.. lol. My personal opinion on this App is a No for me. I instantly deleted it after it ask to allow full access. Idk about everyone else but to me it’s another AI and way to expose your personal(practically whole life if you’re like and many other i know to put everything in my phone) things u wouldn’t want anyone to have. I usually don’t rate let along write a review but I took time to, trying use big words to attract this female.
More Language Selection
by Leala1222 on 2020/12/22 21:29
I love this app! Grammarly app does what it is supposed to do. I love how the app will correct your sentences (too wordy) and correct your mistakes. No slow service for me. No lag. No ads. Picks up all of my typing. Just the way I like it. Plus, I wish there was more languages in the app to choose from, but for now, how about you start with Spanish (Spain), Spanish (Latin America) and Spanish (Mexico). Pretty please? Thank you. P.S. I speak a little Spanish (Spain).
Dark mode is a necessity.
by Dntusayit on 2020/12/20 17:45
That&#39;s gonna be the biggest issue that I have with this keyboard or that you can&#39;t use a dark more theme.
Awful app
by Ann.ex on 2020/12/19 18:03
I paid the price for a year (of premium)and then cancelled immediately because I regretted it. They told me that my account would go back to the free version on November 2021 (a year after I paid) but my account went back to normal on December 2020 and they didn’t return the money. I paid for a year but was only able to use it for a month. Because of this, my respect for Grammarly is gone.
Don’t waste your time unless you’re buying premium.
by kssx1 on 2020/12/18 16:16
Tried this app for fun, premium is $29.99/mo. The free version did absolutely nothing except tell me I needed to purchase premium to “fix the errors.”
Ask for too much sensitive information
by Nifes Knight on 2020/12/18 05:57
Not very happy with the app at all. Why? It wants full access to everything I type and sensitive information like credit cards, your address, and ect. To risky and to trust company I barely know.
Four problem
by hgfbkhfhjbhggvbjhyyjhgt on 2020/12/17 22:35
Please add punctuation to the app So now I&#39;m not us in punctuation :( The error finder also takes a while to load sometimes If you see any grammar problems in this blame the app creator&#39;s because I&#39;m using their app to right this It also says something is wrong but when I go to check nothing appears It also sometimes says something is wrong but nothing is wrong Edit: To the creator, you have said to send more information but I don&#39;t know how to be more specific.
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by kenitachristmas on 2020/12/17 17:42
It doesn’t work like it used to, it’s not correcting my spelling or grammar
Cost
by Rodnmel1 on 2020/12/16 03:19
Might be nice to let people know there is a charge BEFORE they download the app!
This is the best app ever
by hfjfjjfjjfjfjjf on 2020/12/15 16:13
To much fun
More Keyboards
by Odyx Martinez on 2020/12/15 00:47
It&#39;s a great app in all. I just think personally to have more layouts like QWERTZ, as I use such a keyboard on my mobile and IRL.
awful DONT DOWNLOAD
by ohhhhhhhimabadguyyy on 2020/12/14 18:31
i just downloaded grammarly on my phone, only to be disappointed that it didn’t help me whatsoever. it didn’t correct anything i spelt wrong, and honestly, normal autocorrect does a much better job even though autocorrect can be... f u n n y sometimes, it is much better than grammarly. do not download this app
Somehow better than gboard
by TheOnlyTruthfulOne on 2020/12/14 17:43
I just wish it had the functionality of gboard. This is my default keyboard and is definitely the best for heavy writers. Of course, if you like to spam emojis and have your phone filled with chats, gboard is probably better for you, but for normal phone users like me, this is the best keyboard available and matches the amazingness of the computer extension.
I'm a fan.. But LOWER YOUR PRICES.
by Catch # 888 on 2020/12/14 17:10
If a free app can through and dominated the market for “grammar keyboards” and became the next default keyboard for Apple and Android uses, Grammarly would be FINISHED. I love this app and all of the premium features and correction features it offers, but $29.99 a month? Sheesh.. it markets off the lack of basic grammar spells of Americans, and other people who may just be too late to try and proofread their own e-mail, documents, and texts.
Grammarly review
by preston truong on 2020/12/13 20:56
Grammarly is awesome, it has writing checks, corrections, and lots of more. but the document writer has some problems, the B, I, and u have some bugs, like an example I want some words to be bold like &#34;it was&#34; then suddenly it became &#34;Hourit was&#34;, the bold (it was Hour) or any of them go to the back, so I would say 4 stars
Good for school work
by kingjaytoney on 2020/12/12 09:37
It’s good for school work... but for a younger just texting and on social media.. it’s a real pain and irritating
Privacy
by nicopmom on 2020/12/11 02:32
Why does this app say it will see and keep all info that I type like credit card info. Etc. ? I do not like that.
DO NOT BUY
by vnghsjchs on 2020/12/10 21:16
This crashed and caused me to miss a deadline because incoulnt get into my documents.
FIX IT!!! ⚠️⚠️⚠️
by SwagPup on 2020/12/10 18:56
It was working fine yesterday٫ but when I opened the app today to add a word to my personal dictionary٫ it was stuck on the loading screen. So I shut down my phone and turned it back on, but it was still not loading properly. I deleted the app and downloaded it again, but this time it didn&#39;t let me log in. So I continued without the login, but then it was stuck on a loading screen again!!! FIX IT!!!
Not letting you do anything
by MaxieDeLuca on 2020/12/10 18:30
Its not working or let you sign in today
𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓴 𝔂𝓸𝓾 𝓖𝓻𝓪𝓶𝓶𝓵𝔂 𝓗𝓮𝔂𝓫𝓸𝓻𝓪𝓭.
by Bluebatsmurf72 on 2020/12/10 14:38
𝓖𝓻𝓪𝓶𝓶𝓵𝔂 𝓚𝓮𝔂𝓫𝓸𝓻𝓪𝓭 𝓱𝓮𝓵𝓹𝓮𝓭 𝓶𝓮 𝓼𝓸 𝓶𝓾𝓬𝓱 𝓪𝓷𝓭 𝓘 𝓪𝓶 𝓼𝓸 𝓱𝓪𝓹𝓹𝔂 𝓽𝓱𝓪𝓽 𝓘 𝓭𝓸𝓷&#39;𝓽 𝓱𝓪𝓿𝓮 𝓽𝓸 𝓰𝓮𝓽 𝓪𝓷𝔂𝓽𝓱𝓲𝓷𝓰 𝔀𝓻𝓸𝓷𝓰. 𝓣𝓱𝓪𝓷𝓴 𝔂𝓸𝓾 𝓯𝓸𝓻 𝓽𝓱𝓮 𝓹𝓮𝓸𝓹𝓵𝓮 𝔀𝓱𝓸 𝓶𝓪𝓭𝓮 𝓖𝓻𝓪𝓶𝓶𝓵𝔂 𝓚𝓮𝔂𝓫𝓸𝓻𝓪𝓭.
Oh man
by wah ni on 2020/12/10 00:55
It’s a really good app but why would you charge us a year monthly payment like 100 for a year I just wont monthly not year😭😭😭😭😭😭😭 we are young we can’t afford that.
Beware, Reality!
by PranoyPraveen on 2020/12/10 00:54
I would invest my time in learning proper English rather than use Grammarly&#39;s Full Acess option. Everything you type is stored in their system including credit card details. End of the day anything which is stored can be leaked, especially if it is from a their party app developer chances are more than you can imagine. I wouldn&#39;t want anyone to store everything that I type in, who wants that? If you still want to use it, dont connect or sign in, over that never select full access option. But doesn&#39;t other normal build in keyboards gives us basic typing suggestion. Something to think about.
awesome sauce
by Watch_The Show on 2020/12/09 19:14
i love men tbh
Privacy Alert
by Dfbtebtrht on 2020/12/08 22:56
As a security professional, I would highly discourage using this app unless you have no problem sharing everything you text or type with a third-party application developer.The only way this app will work is if you provide full access to your keyboard which means everything you type is shared with the application developer.
Unable to login the premium account via Facebook
by nowhere-man-nc on 2020/12/08 17:53
The application fails to login to facebook account. If you choose continue with facebook - it goes to sign in page and asks for email. Then says login is associated with facebook and sends back to the continue with facebook... To make the situation worse, they cut ability to use grammarly in the browser on iPad and send to non-functional application. If I was the developer, I would be ashamed of such low quality release.
Well
by hruueg on 2020/12/07 15:29
This app is ok but it doesn’t make all the corrections that i need
Horrible
by john92929292 on 2020/12/07 07:28
They charged me a premium annual fee again even though I’m using a free version now. Please check your bank account if you subscribed to it before.
Possibly the craziest pricing scheme ever.
by JRS37 on 2020/12/06 23:43
The pricing on this is truly unbelievable. What world do these developers live in that they think $140 A YEAR is reasonable? I’d pay $20, once.
Not liking the keyboard
by DrProctor on 2020/12/05 19:32
I find that my iPhone keyboard is better, because it’s used to my typing, so it auto corrects my typos or makes them easier to correct with suggestions. With Grammarly, I’ve sent out some embarrassing typos the app didn’t catch and correct. Grammarly’s keyboard actually slows me down immensely. I like the app as a browser attachment on my laptop, though.
Jesus 2020
by burningfury52 on 2020/12/04 18:14
God Loves You Repent of your Sins before it’s to late
It’s really bad
by bodhiari on 2020/12/03 00:23
The keyboard is really bad and obnoxious
Allow The Word Master In You Come Out
by the double bond girl on 2020/12/03 00:08
Sounds like an amazing tool. I use MS word and have done for many years . I was lucky enough to get as present from my husband.This writing program provides you with some of the most golden tools you’ll ever need. And don’t worry if you are disappointed with your score. You will realize in time that critiques pushed you on to write better and develope your own style for whatever career you choose. Writing as the years pass is getting more important than ever. Along being essential in most of your subjects through to college and beyond. Not only will writing well easily widen your vocabulary both in use and understanding. But as you go through school there will be many times you’ll be grateful that writing is a skill you have. When you’re applying for college or even a private high school where I’ve been told applicants are put in private rooms told to write an essay cold. They were not told prior to the interview what the subject was to be. Your essay will weigh heavily on the enterance to the college of your choice. Hey, your lucky you are never to old to learn to write better. Hey, I learned to swim at 35 years old.
Read the Privacy Policy - intrusive?
by Ciguniverse on 2020/12/02 18:40
The app reads and can use anything you type on your iPhone? Do you want a company to know everything you type on your phone? If I’m reading this policy incorrect please let us know.
More broken after every phone update.
by MinerG22 on 2020/12/02 02:23
It often just stops working after I updated my phone. And it just don’t want to work even after I tried multiple times to connect it!
This app is not very good at correcting.
by UR MOMMA MAD on 2020/12/01 18:09
It says my spelling is wrong even though it&#39;s just fine. Then it doesn&#39;t even replace it correctly or doesn&#39;t at all. I don&#39;t even use it anymore.
This is good
by Alucardknight on 2020/12/01 17:49
I like using this because I can write a lot of things way easier
BAD APP
by Bad app it rect my key bored on 2020/12/01 15:43
i hate this app i regret getting it ugh i can&#39;t type dumb app i dont need help 🤣🤮🤡
Quality Issues and Premium Subscription didn’t work
by Neiodavince on 2020/12/01 02:57
I like Grammerly. I have been using free version for almost 5-6 yrs. Now i am writing more and bought premium subscription. Tried to use the premium subscription but it didn’t have premium features and it still showing free service features. Followed Grammerly FAQ suggested approach. It didn’t work. Followed several other options as well but all in vain. Sent an email but no response. It&#39;s almost a month. Grammarly support is not up to the mark. I thought at least premium subscribers give good support. Grammarly Keyboard also has some.perfoe issues on iOS14. Canceled my subscription. This message typed with Grammerly Free keyboard though. Free one works better than the premium...
Is good
by jose 505 on 2020/11/30 22:06
I like this app but I wish it did not lag
This is wired it will not work on messages.
by cuddlecat3 on 2020/11/30 03:59
Okay 😐
Okay but bad compared to the desktop version
by Alyssa the Potato on 2020/11/30 01:56
I originally got the desktop version of this app hoping it would help me write better papers for school. After such a good experience on the desktop version and countless ads about the mobile version, I decided to get it as I enjoy writing drafts for stories I might turn into books in the Notes of my iPhone. After getting it, I instantly loved the synonym feature as it helped quite a lot with writing nonrepetitive stories. I wish it were more similar to the desktop version and didn&#39;t take up the autocorrect bar when I turned the keyboard on. I also miss the red underline that went with the desktop version. Otherwise, this app was pretty great and I will continue to use it. Please keep in mind my suggestions if you would like to better the app. 😊Have a great day!
this is inappropriate
by cursed keyboard on 2020/11/29 20:08
it made me say as$pririn not aspirin
Disappointment for Iphone application
by billybahama on 2020/11/29 18:34
Paid for Premium Service for one year, not happy to use with my Iphone 10 and consider the app too expensive for what it does.
Please remove force touch to open app
by SebastianLA on 2020/11/29 17:32
I find this keyboard to be very useful but now I rarely use it. The iOS cursor interaction (holding space bar to move cursor) now just force opens the app. It’s really annoying. I wish they would make it act as intended. Please fix!
Highly recommendended
by sdf59800 on 2020/11/28 09:58
I&#39;m not a Native English speaker, So, I&#39;ve been using Grammarly for the past few years, and I loved the experience from day one. Not only it corrected my writings, but also it helped me to be a better writer. I have its extensions and apps on chrome, Microsoft Office, Mac OS, and of course, I&#39;m writing this review for the mobile app with its keyboard. However, I would’ve loved it if the mobile app was not just a keyboard and had the features I have on my desktop version, too. This application came a long way from correcting dictation and spelling, to detecting your tone and giving helpful instructions. Thank you, Grammarly team!
No Phone Support
by Bri Alomar on 2020/11/27 19:13
A company not willing to provide phone support sends a message loud &amp; clear they truly do not care about providing excellent customer service!
Full access is too dangerous, sorry. So not on all my apps!
by KateCM on 2020/11/27 13:27
I would allow access on some apps, but not on ALL apps on my device. That is not cool. We should be able to choose which apps. The permission states you can access everything I type every where including credit card numbers etc. Even in my eWallet where I keep all my personal info? NO THANKS. What if you get hacked? No. I guess I’ll use it only where I write papers and books. So I can’t use it at all on my iPad because you made it all or nothing. If I find out it’s that way on my laptop too then I’ll be asking for my money back. Make it so we can choose which apps to use it on and I’m in.
To the game Grammarly:
by Karl and ken on 2020/11/27 04:00
This is a cool app and it is an amazing game I have access to it and I love this game if you don&#39;t know how to spell it out just get the app Grammarly and you are good to go I love this app👍
Great Corrections!
by Active Cape on 2020/11/27 00:20
I now been using Grammarly for about 9 months now and I totally love it! It’s great for writing books, reports, or even writing a whole article on paper! Okay, I was joking on the last one but seriously. This is the deal. Awesome corrections that you will need!
No swipe?!
by Jason Syn on 2020/11/26 17:24
I really like the keyboard and the features but not being able to swipe is a total dealbreaker for me!
Please add.....
by Streetballer3 on 2020/11/26 17:19
Please add swiping text messaging to phone keyboard
No swipe support on iPhones
by Manely101 on 2020/11/25 20:14
For some reason it’s on android but they refuse to add it on here. Doesn’t seem that fair to me.
Wish it didn't lag
by Tainted Blue on 2020/11/25 03:48
I use grammarly online all the time and I love it. But the iPhone version is laggy. It doesn&#39;t pick up all of my keystrokes the way the stock keyboard or even other third party keyboards do. It often misses when I hit the space bar and some other random letters and it just overall feels sluggish trying to keep up with my typing. Another big problem that made me switch away from using it was its insistence on correcting the same word over and over and over and over and over again unless I typed exactly what I wanted and then selected the &#34;quoted&#34; version of it above. I&#39;m used to the stock keyboard knowing that if I typed something a certain way and it corrects it, when I backspace and type it again the same way, it was intentional. Grammarly doesn&#39;t understand this and corrects it over and over unless you go out of your way to tell it that spelling was intentional. As someone who types fairly fast, I got irritated really quickly having the app correcting me in that way, especially when most of the time they weren&#39;t even spelling mistakes, but correctly spelled words that it assumed we&#39;re spelling errors due to it trying to predict the sentence. I preferred grammarly simply because I could type out a whole chunk of text and it would then give me suggestions on how to fix my mistakes at the end. For me, having to monitor the app&#39;s corrections as I type defeats the purpose. And the sluggish response kills it for me.
Love it but...
by Magnanimous24 on 2020/11/25 02:51
This keyboard is what I need. I love that it looks just like the stock iOS keyboard. My only quibble a is the lack of a split/thumb option. The iPad is difficult to type on with the conventional layout. So a suggestion and plea to the developers to add a split option please. It&#39;ll be awesome. You&#39;ll surely get my yearly subscription.
140$ just for correcting some text are you kidding me?
by Alig8260 on 2020/11/24 20:52
I prefer to have mistakes in my notes instead of paying 140$ for an app to check my grammer😂😂😂😂and this would be more hilarious if you find out that this 140$ is just for one year just compare it with some professional apps like adobes app 99$ for a year, luma fusion with just 30$ for ever, procreate 10$ for a life time
Great app but has issues
by pickledsquirrel on 2020/11/23 22:43
Let me start off by saying that this app is a very good one. It corrects your grammatical mistakes and is great for doing lots of things. But. Recently, an issue has been repeatedly happening while using the app on my iPad. Every time, I start a sentence or end one, the app wants me to put “the” there. This is not helpful. At all. I am continuing to use the Grammarly Chrome extension on my computer, but will be uninstalling on my iPad.
KEYBOARD CLICKS
by jfhgfiffuh on 2020/11/23 20:54
The grammar and spelling checks are incredible, but for some reason, the keyboard clicks are so off-key and out of tune. There are spontaneous loud clicks that sound like they are being amplified by a speaker. It&#39;s so obnoxious that I can&#39;t use it with my ringer on. I&#39;m not sure if it&#39;s just a problem with my phone, iPhone SE (the new 2020 version). Otherwise, I would have given it a five star...
Welcome the corrections but...
by billytaloha on 2019/03/14 18:30
I’ve used Grammarly on my desktop and laptop now for over a year and appreciate the corrections and suggestions. I also like to see my weekly stats and review my most frequent mistakes. But there are at least a few recurring corrections that I don’t accept or disagree with. Most of the ones that I don’t accept have to do with context and business jargon that I wouldn’t expect the app to understand, so no big deal. But corrections that I disagree with the most have to do with writing times. Specifically where “am” and “pm” should sit after a time, i.e. “7:00am” and “7pm” versus “7:00 am” and “7 pm.” I prefer to write the time without a space between the numbers and am or pm. I also feel like that is common practice and accepted. I don’t know the specific grammar “rule” that addresses this, and I’m guessing that Grammarly is just following the rule. But I’d like the option of turning off this rule, because I think that without the space is the more common practice, especially in a business setting.
Wish it didn't lag
by Tainted Blue on 2020/11/25 03:48
I use grammarly online all the time and I love it. But the iPhone version is laggy. It doesn&#39;t pick up all of my keystrokes the way the stock keyboard or even other third party keyboards do. It often misses when I hit the space bar and some other random letters and it just overall feels sluggish trying to keep up with my typing. Another big problem that made me switch away from using it was its insistence on correcting the same word over and over and over and over and over again unless I typed exactly what I wanted and then selected the &#34;quoted&#34; version of it above. I&#39;m used to the stock keyboard knowing that if I typed something a certain way and it corrects it, when I backspace and type it again the same way, it was intentional. Grammarly doesn&#39;t understand this and corrects it over and over unless you go out of your way to tell it that spelling was intentional. As someone who types fairly fast, I got irritated really quickly having the app correcting me in that way, especially when most of the time they weren&#39;t even spelling mistakes, but correctly spelled words that it assumed we&#39;re spelling errors due to it trying to predict the sentence. I preferred grammarly simply because I could type out a whole chunk of text and it would then give me suggestions on how to fix my mistakes at the end. For me, having to monitor the app&#39;s corrections as I type defeats the purpose. And the sluggish response kills it for me.
It’s a NO-brainer...get it! No, as in no for me, but brainer! Ha!
by JoshieeeeP on 2018/10/25 00:26
I got this app because my husband has it downloaded on his laptop and I love it. I am pretty bad at grammar, so this app was a life saver. However when I downloaded it for my iPad; which I have the Keyboard laptop case thing on it, well the app pretty much didn’t like the Keyboard case. It told me to turn it off and use the keyboard that the app provides. Which is the touchscreen option and that’s completely inconvenient when you have to type a long 24 page papers. I also hate the fact that after you switch on the Grammarly keyboard, you get another thing that pops up and says, “allow full access”. By the way, I’m so glad they gave the option instead of just taking full access. But anyways, I’m against full access because when you allow them full access, you basically sign your life and rights away. They tell you that all the information you type or previously typed, like credit card info and address, will be collected and stored in their personal database. And that’s not all, but I rather not sit here and spell it out for you (ba-da-ting). Not-happenin-over-here-captain. So I installed it and 5 minutes later deleted. You can try it for longer if you want, but do it at your own risk! I’m telling my husband on you Grammarly.
Clarifying "Full Access" (not technically a review)
by E. Crowley on 2020/12/29 14:00
I&#39;ve seen some reviews circulating (approximately half of the 1-star reviews) which are concerns with how the keyboard asks for &#34;full access&#34;. I&#39;d like to clarify that THIS IS NOT SUSPICIOUS. All other keyboard applications tend to ask for full access, mainly to allow them to use the internet. Take Gboard, which has Google search built-in. To be honest, I would trust Grammarly more with my &#34;data&#34; that they &#34;store&#34; in servers than I would Google, where they mainly sell it to advertisers. Either way, &#34;full access&#34; is not suspicious for a keyboard to ask for. Seriously. Go around the app store and find a keyboard app that doesn&#39;t, and connects to the internet in some way. It&#39;s not showing your address to random staff when you type it, and it&#39;s not going to build up a super in-depth profile on your or launch ballistic missiles at your house. Better yet, they describe what this is IN THE APP. When you&#39;re installing, it says &#34;what&#39;s full access&#34; under the giant green setup button. Read that!
I absolutely love this! But...
by P0TAT03S on 2019/12/14 01:39
There are some minor things that I would like to carve. First off, I&#39;m a brand new user on my iPhone, but I use Grammarly a lot on my laptop. Not the best at typing on the iPhone, so I thought ’let&#39;s use that app that I have on my laptop.’ so I downloaded the app. I opened my Google Docs, which is where I would likely write my stories, and then I started to use it. I like to use a lot of apostrophes as well as a lot of quotation marks. But it seems like if you attempt to try to put it with a sentence, they face the wrong way. Here’s an example: ”Sally slid her pale hand across the smooth marble countertop, not knowing what she was getting herself into.” In the beginning, the first quotation mark is the wrong way. I know it may not bother you, reader, but it does bother me very much. I’m a person who gets annoyed when the little things aren&#39;t correct. Please fix this as I really love Grammarly but I can&#39;t stand this issue. It happens when I use apostrophes, too. For instance: On the wall it read: ’nice try, but you won&#39;t beat me, oh, did I forget to mention your beloved sister?’ See how the apostrophe does it as well? It bothers me so. Please fix this. Thank you for reading my long review. Again, it bothers me so much that I would have to delete this app on my phone, but not my laptop. Thank you so much, Potato.
Grammarly is great but please make some developments •PLEASE READ THE WHOLE THING•
by Mermy80 on 2018/03/06 00:34
I&#39;m my experience with Grammarly, I have been using it to type messages and sometimes when I type names, it changes it to a different one. My friends would get confused so I just wouldn&#39;t use Grammarly for texting. Another thing I have issues with in Grammarly is that it tries to put my separate words into ones together. I was typing my review and it put the words ”with and in” together. When I put commas in between my sentences sometimes it says I&#39;m wrong and I&#39;m not. It is not like my reading class which actually gives way more information than Grammarly. I&#39;m sorry if you feel offended but I just think you need to make some improvements. Otherwise, of my issues, I give this app/keyboard a 👍🏽. It is a great app and I hope you make some developments to help me with my problems. I don&#39;t want you to get mad so please don&#39;t. I&#39;m just telling you what you can make improvements on so you can make your app better. Please respond to this and thank you for making this great app.
Bluetooth Keyboards Limited - Some punctuation typing is inefficient
by PennCCRN on 2019/04/11 02:05
Overall, I like it although there are some issues that I find switching back to the built in Apple keyboard away from the Grammarly keyboard. First, I noticed that when using a Bluetooth keyboard the Grammarly functionality is not available. This is quite disappointing since I use my iPad to type quite a bit of material and by using my Bluetooth keyboard it negates the functionality of Grammarly and I can only use it if I’m typing it on the screen. Second, I have noticed that when typing and searching for punctuation marks it’s quite difficult to find the exclamation point which is only available after changing not one, not two, but three different screens. This is grossly inefficient when typing long documents as it slows the writer down quite a bit. Fix these things and I’d use it more frequently, I’ll reevaluate it over the next year and if not fixed I might discontinue my subscription. On plus side, I use it at work with Microsoft Office and it works great.
it’s good..
by unbreakablegabby on 2019/02/20 17:40
It’s good, it’s not the best but it’s good. I hate how they want full access, that’s a little suspicious and sometimes it corrects wrong things (like if you write a whole story, it’s more than likely Grammarly will be wrong on 30% of your “errors”) Grammarly on the iPad is really bad but it corrects your obvious errors and there are some glitches for me on the iPad Pro, like when I want to add something to the dictionary it does it but the next time I go on grammarly it’s like it resetted. And I kind of hate how when you check your field and it doesn’t teleport to the part of the field it’s talking about, like it just stays wherever you were at. You’re staring at your keyboard the whole time and not looking at your actual text kinda It’s a great app on the computer and I’d highly recommend it for typing that way but on all devices, you should always proofread after you check the field bc it doesn’t correct everything like how you’d like it to. It checks a word based on the previous and the following. *DOWNLOAD AT YOUR OWN RISK FOR PRIVACY CONCERNS*
Review for Grammarly
by savnative503 on 2020/01/27 08:04
Hello, my name is Alberto, and this is my review for Grammarly. I have started to use Grammarly two years ago and I have found it do be one if not one of the most valuable applications that I use. It is very easy to set and utilize I can employ this application in just about everything that I wright online from school, work to social networking I have the confidence to post knowing that Grammarly has analyzed my spelling as well as my punctuation. The free trial has all the basic needs to get your writing skills on their way to a great start. In the paid services it has advanced options that go beyond other spelling services I have used the past. One of my favorite advanced options is the copyright checker I feel confident now that when I submit an assignment that the work is unique as well as Grammarly correct. I would recommend this product to anyone who is in school or anyone who writes for there career.
Full access is necessary
by sailor_0703 on 2018/12/29 09:53
For any keyboard like this, it cannot see what you type, if you don’t allow it to. That is the entire point of these apps(especially this one in particular, while some others, the main purpose is elsewhere). This keyboard app is supposed to correct your grammar/spelling. However, it cannot correct your grammar if it cannot “see” what you write, and it cannot see what you write without “full access.” So, if you don’t want that, then don’t knock the developers for writing and making the software that they claim to be making. Also, just for the record, all of your information that you type is still going out online. When you put a credit card into a website, that info is sent out via internet, and collected through multiple parties regardless of what keyboard, software, or device you are using. If you can’t handle that, then go hide in a cave.
I’d give it a six out of five if it weren’t for these problems
by Amethystshouldbeimpressed on 2018/10/14 03:39
Hi! I just love your Desktop application, it is so useful and it works pretty well, except for the fact I can&#39;t make it work on Google. However, your app for mobile is very disappointing. It doesn&#39;t let me automatically look things up, the little green button on the corner of my screen only checks my spelling errors, which I don&#39;t make many of those anyway, and it doesn&#39;t check any of my grammatical errors. I made some very obvious ones to test it out but it didn&#39;t do a thing, and grammar is my biggest problem and the reason I downloaded it. I might have just used autocorrect with a normal keyboard. Also, I thought this would be a tiny feature I could put on my customized keyboard, but instead it gives me a whole new keyboard. This honestly is not a big deal, but there is a feature most third-party keyboards have called ”swipe input” that I highly recommend. All in all, make it more like the desktop application but include the swipe input. Sincerely, Unsatisfied P.S. Wrote this with your keyboard ^~^
Great app but I have some ideas to make it better
by casperyana on 2019/01/12 01:27
Grammarly is so easy to use it’s literally the best app out there for grammar and spelling it’s very useful and has its benefits the only thing I don’t like about the app is that it doesn’t capitalize words that need to be capitalized and I also don’t like how I change the keyboard it makes it a little harder to type but what I do like about it is that the . It is on the main keyboard so you don’t have to press needing to get a period this is very useful thank you so much for making this app I wish I discovered the app sooner. this makes it so much easier life it’s way better than Microsoft word. Grammarly finds things that Microsoft word cant which is very very helpful and fixes his sentences which is also good except for the capitalization I wish it would fix that and yeah five-star rating oh and one more thing I wish it told me where to put a period
Needs better accessibility support
by lawrenceperez7676 on 2020/01/02 15:05
I am a blind user, and for me, Grammarly is somewhat usable. I don&#39;t use the keyboard to type. When I&#39;m done typing I just switch back to the Grammarly keyboard, tap the Grammarly button, and it allows me to correct my mistakes. One thing I like about the corrections is that it tells me if I accidentally capitalized something, or if I added too many punctuation marks, ETC. It makes things a little easier knowing that I can correct those mistakes easier to find and correct. But I wish that accessibility was better. On iPad, once you go into the Grammarly keyboard, a VoiceOver user can&#39;t switch back to the Apple keyboard. Frustrating, because I have to go into settings to disable that. However, it lets me switch back to the Apple keyboard on my iPhone, so I don&#39;t know why it doesn&#39;t work on iPad. Any, I like using Grammarly on my phone like I do any other device. Grammarly is totally unusable on a PC or Mac, I&#39;ve got a Mac with a bootcamp of Windows, but it just doesn&#39;t work on desktop.
MAC is good & I-Phone is not so good
by Crís Hand on 2019/09/17 03:08
I have Paid for the Year for Grammarly to use on my I-Phone and MAC Computer. On my MAC, there is an excellent program that does a lot and helps out with documents and saves them on Grammarly&#39;s web-sight and gives you a lot of choices when writing up a report. With the I-Phone app, Grammarly is missing the documents folder on Grammarly&#39;s website; that dose not allow access to my projects I am working on my computer. I have tried to log in using my I-Phone on Safari APP just like I have done on my computer. The difference is my I-Phone dose not allow access; instead, I am directed to download I-Phone Grammarly. I do have Grammarly already on my phone. The computer version and the I-Phone versions are not the same. Grammarly needs to allow multiple access of your saved work on different mac platforms like when using an I-Phone, MAC, or I-Pad that can access the same files. With my I-Phone there is not as strong of help as when I&#39;m on my MAC computer. My I-Phome is missing Options Like: Set Goals, Overall Score, Correctness, Clarity, Engagement, Delivery, and Plagiarism.
Free app is amazing but premium is too expensive and needs different levels
by Jmanorama on 2020/07/09 13:50
I love the app. I use it at work with my emails and reports, I use it in my text messages I need to send when they’re important. I’ve definitely seen improvements in my writing for the years I’ve been using it. However, I want to access the additional features like checking my tone. I often notice on the web version on my work computer that it’s noticing issues with my tone and possibly coming off across as being pass aggressive. I can&#39;t afford the $140 a month, and I certainly can&#39;t afford the $30 a month. If there was an option for $2 a month that just unlocked some of the premium features that fixed my tone, and especially my wordiness- I’d sign up for that in a heartbeat. Thanks for being great Grammarly! You&#39;ve definitely helped a ton!
Can’t reset my password.
by W. Haney on 2020/03/03 03:56
The service won’t work at all. I’ve followed all of the instructions in the “commonly asked questions” and the app still will not work nor even show up on my keyboard on my IOS device. I’ve tried to reset my password because somehow it’s says my password (the one my phone has saved) doesn’t work so I click the reset password tab and Grammarly sends the reset instructions to my email. I click the link and it takes me the App Store where it tells my I’ve already downloaded the app so I click the app and it kinda of all just repeats from there. Getting pretty annoyed especially after the fact I paid 60 some bucks for the annual service. Now it says I’ve attempted my password to many times and I’m kinda just locked out until who knows when. You guys better get it together and I’ll rate you better or give me my money back in a timely fashion. So far the only thing Grammarly has managed to do is waste 45 min of my very limited time when it’s whole service is designed to save time.
GREAT 👍🏻
by ❤️👍🏻😂😍 on 2020/03/28 16:49
this is a great app even though i&#39;m good at grammar but i still sometimes write this wrong so this app really helped and when i write in my notebook my teacher always says how are you righting everything wright , and my best friend has really bad grammar and can&#39;t spell words right sometimes so this app really helped her, but there are some things that annoy me in this app for example when i put a comma between words it says i&#39;m wrong even though i know i&#39;m right so can you please fix that although this is still a really good app and it helped my whole class with their grammar thanks so much to the people who did this oh and there is something that is also bothering it is that when i write my friends name it always changes it so can you fix that as well please, no offens but i&#39;m being honest, Thank you so much 👏🏻
Decent grammar correction, but sometimes inconvenient
by dfoverdx on 2018/06/15 18:21
As someone who judges people for poor grammar, I judge myself even harder when I make stupid grammar mistakes. Grammarly keyboard goes a long way to preventing those so that my self-righteousness remains intact. For this, if rate the app 4-4.5 stars. However, there are some features missing that make using the keyboard inconvenient compared to iOS’s default keyboard. For example, I would like to set the default quote and apostrophe characters to be those found on a normal computer keyboard (&#34; and &#39;), rather than the stylized/slanted characters that you would use when writing something by hand (“, ”, ‘, and ’). Another missing feature is the prevent-autocorrect-from-occuring checkmark button in the predictive text buttons that iOS’s keyboard has. This requires you to press spacebar, allow the autocorrect to occur, and press backspace to undo it before going on. If you want to change the word rather than undoing the autocorrect, pressing backspace does not remove the space when the autocorrect is undone, so the cursor is not where you would expect it to be. The missing features’ added inconvenience isn&#39;t enough (yet) to dissuade me from using it, but it is frustrating, so I&#39;m rating the app 3 stars. I&#39;ve added both of the approve issues as feature requests, so it is possible (or likely) these inconveniences will disappear shortly.
Favorite keyboard 🙌down (Help me get premium 🙏)
by WSP-Jason on 2019/08/12 08:24
Like I said before, this is the best keyboard 🙌 down but maybe my favorite iOS App at all (Wish I could afford the premium version) I tried emailing you guys to see if there is any possible way I could assist you in joining your beta testing 👥 if applicable since this is becoming my favorite keyboard ⌨️. Now that I am on the job hunt, Grammarly Premium would be a lifesaver with all the emails, updated resume requests, and cover letters. I would gladly pay for the Premium Verizon once I get a job, but hey I get it, y&#39;all have 💸bills to pay as well, so I totally get it if there is nothing you can do. And don&#39;t worry, I will continue to use and recommend this amazing keyboard and overall service on all platforms regardless of whether or not you are able to assist me or not.
Way way way better
by Jonnysalder on 2020/10/23 05:52
This app is hugely improved from what it was in the past. I can actually use it now! You might have earned back a premium customer. I have just three nit-picky requests going forward. 1) Better tune the keys to reduce wrong keys. When I use the apple keyboard, it just knows what key I want, even if I tap wrong. I make more mistakes typing on this keyboard, ironically enough. 2) I would also appreciate swipe texting. 3) Having multiple levels of pressing to select exactly what text you want was a huge game-changer for apple’s keyboard. (you have hard press to move the cursor, but your missing the second hard press to select text.) This feature on apple’s keybors changed the iphone into my favorite writing device for short writing sessions. I would love to be able to rely on the Grammarly keyboard for that same level of precision. For thise reasons, I will continue using apple’s keyboard when drafting. However, this keyboard is finally good enough to keep on my phone and use when editing. Well done to project development and the software engineers that improved this so much! Ps: upon rereading this review before sending it, I notice many errors, but the Grammarly keyboard claims I have none. I&#39;ll leave them in so you see.
It's great but each new version sees performance dips
by Mrlemmers on 2019/06/21 18:55
I really like this keyboard actually, it does something even the stock keyboard doesn&#39;t really do. It has sentence predictions alongside of the normal ones. This really feels like a great alternative to the stock keyboard but with each new version it seems like the keyboard sees performance hiccups. With the current version, the keyboard seems to cause a delay when sending messages. The user presses the send button but then there is a delay before it actually sends. Not a huge issue, but it is something the stock keyboard doesn&#39;t do. Also, this keyboard does not seem to learn the way the user types similar to SwiftKey or the stock keyboard. Again not a huge issue, just the predictions are pretty much locked to what is in the dictionary already. You can have it learn words you type, just not the way you type.
Ehhh
by RussWong on 2019/05/05 22:12
It works as it says it would, but there are some problems with the service. I&#39;m not sure if it&#39;s just my device or whatever, but it keeps glitching out. For example, it would type something, like ”I did something.” Something would be continuing to the next line. But instead of typing ”did”, I would type ”fid”. It would autocorrect it but would make ”I” and ”did” come together. I would then fix it, but then it would autocorrect back to” Idid”. It was really annoying and took some time to get it back to what it should be. There was also a time when it said I had two things wrong in a paragraph I wrote, and I clicked in the tab to correct them. The thing was, though, it wouldn&#39;t fix it and the tab kept popping again and again and again. I feel that it&#39;s just a glitch, but just saying.
New but effective
by EmmyMD19 on 2020/02/17 05:45
I ended my winter Abnormal Psychology with an A. I was borderline set up to stay the B+ range as long as I wasn&#39;t doing poorly. I required a 98% total grade to defend the 4.0 spot once again excellent. The family was spot on when I came to help me do the best I could do. I don&#39;t prefer clutter or mess, and Chegg supported me in handing in the school processes and one article of art and at a time. Analysis of everything we&#39;ll need for the exam. I continuously remind myself that I wouldn&#39;t be without the nutrients and firtilizer, like plants, grow, and what we give them for survival. Brains are great, but take care of yourself, your body, hydration, esp with that gross vitamin pack. Proven to help slow down the progression of disease I want to prevent the part of the illnesses that is harder to treat with modern medicine
It’s good but...
by keira-chan on 2020/06/03 08:11
I don’t really recommend on your phone, it’s annoying every time you wanna type something and it continuously autocorrects my phone already does that but with Grammarly it happens more. It tried to autocorrect my own name changed my nick to lei instead of Kei. It&#39;s great but for the story, I was writing it wasn&#39;t the best when I&#39;m writing reviews, emails, and stuff like that it&#39;s awesome but when writing stories that have different words that it might not know it continuously tells you that something is wrong. Which annoys me because I have something where notifications bug me I can&#39;t stand seeing them, but Grammarly is great but do not recommend for Wattpad stories that have a lot of ”slang” words like y’all, cringey, and words like that but I would recommend it if not used with Wattpad.
Too expensive
by JKS360 on 2020/01/12 13:12
While the product itself is excellent, the price of up to $30 dollars PER MONTH is completely ridiculous. I don’t see any justification for charging a subscription fee that high or for charging a subscription at all, rather than a single price up front. It is not a service, like a VPN or Cable Channel Provider. It’s a grammar and spell checker for goodness sake. They could charge a smaller upfront price and sell a lot more of their product. Even their yearly offer works out to $20 per month. At least with “in app purchases” you can make a one time purchase to add functionality (talking about productivity software not games). Grammarly would be categorized as a word processor enhancement. In no way do I see that as justifying a subscription fee at all, much less $30 per month. Even Apple Music, which IS a service, doesn’t charge nearly that much.
Read the third-party keyboard details
by JLCrane82 on 2019/08/20 22:34
”Third Party Keyboards provide an alternative way to input keyboard data. These keyboards can access all of the data you type, including bank account and credit card numbers, street addresses, as well as other personal and sensitive information. These keyboards may also access nearby text or data, which is useful for improving autocorrect functionality. If you enable Full Access, developers are permitted to access, collect and transmit the data you type. In addition, if the third party application containing the keyboard has your permission to access location, photos, or other personal data, the keyboard can also collect and transmit that information to the keyboard developer’s servers. If you disable Full Access for a third party keyboard, and then re-enable it, the keyboard’s developer may be able to access, collect and transmit what was typed while the network access was disabled.”
Waste of time and money
by JoyouslyKing on 2019/09/12 00:19
I’d give this app zero stars if it let me, but it won’t. So one star it is. I paid for their service for two years and it was okay. There are things about the app that are frustrating; like you can can’t move copy on the page or bold ares so you can go back and make changes. Yes it checks grammar, spelling,etc, but definitely not worth the money I spent. But the real reason they get no stars (if that was possible) is that they have no customer service. No phone number. No person to chat with. Just an unmanned zen desk that takes 24 hrs to get back to you, which they fail to mention anywhere. But they did me a favor because I paid for a competitors software which is 100% better, let’s you move copy on the page, create folders for different projects (another thing you can’t do with Grammarly). So if you’re a professional writer, get out from under this limited app and get one that caters to your needs and has customer service.
Good for some, not for others
by ¡Rachel! on 2018/02/03 03:36
Overall, Grammarly is a nice app for typos, word placement, and sentence correction. It works best with small emails and projects with little information to process. However, it has some kinks that can be worked out. For Ipad/Iphone use, when I check my whole 5 page book chapters, Grammarly doesn&#39;t fix anything, and will tend to crash. I have tried re-downloading. It doesn&#39;t work. If you&#39;re looking for spelling, this app is an option. If you&#39;re looking to help odd sentence structure and writing in general, I suggest look for another app. Grammarly suggests a few ways to edit sentences like adding a word or comma, but doesn&#39;t offer alternative sentences, word replacement, etc. I do love the keyboard layout, I just wish this was easier to use. I had a lengthy process just to install a keyboard that doesn&#39;t work. My computer wouldn&#39;t accept the application.
Used for three months
by melbarre on 2019/05/27 19:05
I have used this for three months on my laptop at home and genuinely really like it. I decided to install it on my phone. So far, the only real problem I have is ”manage personal dictionary”. I would like it to be able to include all the aspects, or characters, of the keyboard. For example, a running joke with my friends is Jim Carrey’s ”B-E-A-UTIFUL” quote. Grammarly doesn&#39;t recognize the word so it will either try to correct the word or ask if I would like the last part ”UTIFUL” put into my personal dictionary. Trying to put the word in myself results in an error as it does not allow characters. Honestly, I do not see any other problems with this app. I would recommend it, my friends and family.
Love the app, but not the keyboard.
by HondaRidr on 2019/07/08 15:02
This app is fantastic for typing up emails to my professors and anything else. The issue I have is that the keyboard is tough to type on accurately. So, I used the world key to access the standard keyboard to type what I need and then use it again to switch the Grammarly to correct any mistakes. The second issue I have is the concern about privacy. Like many others have stated, you have to give them access to anything you type on your keyboards, this includes account usernames and passwords. I hope their ethics are in check. So, Grammarly, since you’re watching me type this, please update your keyboard to better mimic and work as the standard iPhone one and be mindful and respectful of the information you gather from our devices and lives.
Cool app
by ShawnHoo50 on 2019/12/06 02:14
It corrects my mistakes when my mind goes way faster then I can type. It&#39;s caught one million and one mistakes I&#39;ve made. I’m usually pretty good at English even spelling but my brain doesn’t work like normal people or not most. I’m even slowing down now and it’s about impossible. I will admit google gave me Grammarly before but NOTHING like this for the same reason. My poems writings would have one word missing which takes the whole writing book paragraph into a different direction. I look for it now and when it’s gone there comes slow writing ideas list that was right there so if you&#39;re a writer and have that amazing ending but all of a sudden you look up at 20 thousand mistakes, ideas one! I&#39;ve always loved this but the updates are unbelievable! Recommended for all especially writers.
Privacy Concerns Not Reality Congruent
by busnotepress on 2019/04/25 18:38
If you don’t want your keyboard input sent through Grammarly’s servers, by all means, don’t enable keyboard access. In fact, don’t even download the App, because clearly, IT WON’T WORK if their servers can’t process your data. If you think there is a workaround for this, then my friend your cheese may have slid off its cracker. In addition, if this concept baffles you, you should very probably chuck your smartphone and/or tablet in the rubbish bin, as you clearly lack the resources to deserve the privilege of technology. Stick with a flip-phone and a hard copy of the ‘Manual of Style.’ I am taking a star off for the lack of external keyboard support, but perhaps that’s Apple’s fault. The workaround is to, after writing, disconnect the keyboard, switch to Grammerly, and recheck the text. Not ideal but it works.
Needs Work
by scojohnson on 2019/09/29 07:34
I was about to take my iPad Pro back to the Apple Store... but deleting this app fixed the issue. I was having random “dead spots” on the screen, almost seeming like the tablet was overwhelmed and stalling... its an iPad Pro.. that shouldn’t be happening, unless this thing is cranking away on the internet continuously. Removing the app fixed the issue instantly. Unfortunately I paid for a year before discovering this. It does work well on my Surface, which I rarely use, only for software that isn’t available for the Mac. No support for MS Office on the MAC, so it is useless for my professional intent - I write government proposals for a living... typically 350+ pages each, so I’m no doing that on the Surface or an iPad... or any web-based garbage. Too bad, it’s nice, but the iPad version needs work and the lack of support for OSX (by far the best writing /creative / content platform) is strange - to say the least.
The PC Version is better
by sincerelydisappointed09 on 2019/05/26 14:07
Hello! I’ve been using the Grammarly function on my computer for quite some time, so I decided to test it out on my phone—An iOS for those interested. I was extremely happy about the desktop, which is why I was understandably excited to test it out. When I got the mobile app, though, it was a disappointment for me. Whenever I would save a word to my dictionary, it seemingly disappeared the next time I went on. Along with this, it incorrectly changed a lot of things automatically, which took a lot of time to get something out. One of the functions I was most excited for—being able to continue the works on my PC through the app—wasn’t a feature at all. I understand that the app is just for the keyboard, but I ultimately think that an in-app writing area similar to the PC version would ultimately be good.
I’m concerned about the terms and conditions
by KrystalSmiles2 on 2020/08/12 08:55
I have downloaded the app but haven’t switched it to the “full access keyboard” it pops up saying if you accept it then the developer will be able to access sensitive information. Such as credit card information, your address etc. I did see where someone was concerned about this issue also and the developer responded in a way that sounded convincing. I’m hoping the developer will respond to this and if you do, my main question would be if that’s not an issue, why is it still a disclaimer you have to agree to before allowing full access? “If I can change the rating later, I will, depending on if I can get additional information or not.” Just to clarify: “I have not used the app yet! So I cannot give any information on how the app works.”
The app works about half the time.
by BobbaStet on 2019/11/17 23:27
I downloaded this app as a student to help me proof-read my essays and papers. At first, the app was great! Click of a button and it proof reads everything and gives you recommendations on what to fix. Unfortunately, this feature has been broken for weeks now. It will proof read the whole paper, then give you the recommendations. Once you fix one or two errors, the app will crash or freeze and you have to have it proof read the entire paper again. Sometimes you have to refresh the entire keyboard add-on because it freezes the entire keyboard. It’s quite annoying that a feature that would once take me a matter of minutes to go through now takes 10-15 minutes. It’s also fairly annoying that they still don’t have a feature that works with a Bluetooth keyboard. Having to unconnect your Bluetooth keyboard every time you want to use the app gets tiresome.
Shame
by shame shMe shame jahdhdhgrudh on 2018/07/26 03:06
I’m so disappointed pointed in the grammarly app and the developer needing full access to what I type to use the full functionality of the app. I know this is common practice but I’m also starting to realize apple supports this type of piracy and is a witting accomplice in this unnecessary trend. If apple truly cared about my privacy they would ensure developers didn’t place you in a compromising position for using apps that would truly help improve certain aspects of your life without the need the need to know what I’m typing, bank account numbers and all manner of critical information that doesn’t make the app perform better. I’m ashamed of both the developer of grammarly and apple for supporting this type of behavior.
Great app
by Craig Ruiz B on 2019/09/02 03:49
I love grammarly keyboard! It helps me with my papers for school work, and also helped me learn more about what kind of easy mistakes I would make when writing anything that I never even knew were incorrect! But I also wish that the monthly payments were more cheaper, because I know that I would love to have it apart of my daily life and work, but for me the prices are slightly more complicated than I thought and I wish I could pay for example $30 dollars for a monthly subscription but I just don’t have the money that could get me longer than just one month. I love this app, and I just want to have people know that this isn’t a hate comment, it’s just my opinion but I definitely would recommend this app!
Great but have to keep an eye on it
by Dkac on 2020/06/20 14:26
I have dyslexia so I find it very useful for fixing the small mistakes I never learned about in school. (where to place the comma, the proper word usage). However frequently it will insist on a change that affects the entire meaning of a sentence. To be something else, or even not make sense. I would like to see the sentence in context as written as well as the proposed changes. I&#39;m not sure given space limitations if it&#39;s possible. Perhaps highlight the mistake so it can be viewed. Then I can easily read it and see if it really needs to be fixed. And give ignore this correction this once button. I use the free version because I&#39;m on a fixed income and I&#39;m very grateful for that option. Even if advanced mistakes are not shown.
Okay but bad compared to the desktop version
by Alyssa the Potato on 2020/11/30 01:56
I originally got the desktop version of this app hoping it would help me write better papers for school. After such a good experience on the desktop version and countless ads about the mobile version, I decided to get it as I enjoy writing drafts for stories I might turn into books in the Notes of my iPhone. After getting it, I instantly loved the synonym feature as it helped quite a lot with writing nonrepetitive stories. I wish it were more similar to the desktop version and didn&#39;t take up the autocorrect bar when I turned the keyboard on. I also miss the red underline that went with the desktop version. Otherwise, this app was pretty great and I will continue to use it. Please keep in mind my suggestions if you would like to better the app. 😊Have a great day!
Magical
by Jose1950 on 2018/02/22 14:07
Josey86 describes this keyboard as worst than anything out there. Well, I don&#39;t understand it. Is there an extra star to put it? I want to give 6. Clearly exceeding expectations. This keyboard is made for non-native English-speaking professionals. Which, this is me. I learned good English through my long life and can say my learned English is well above average. After working two months using this keyboard, the quality of my reports is improving faster. My weakness is accuracy (I need a small paperback English handbook on my side all the time) Saying that, this is the closest to a Magic act I&#39;ve ever seen. Just an example: for non-English speakers, there is always confusion between disease and decease; device and device, advice and advice, etc. There are so many ”close calls” that your brain will never be able to catch. This corrector works in context. If you are a native speaker, and you write above average advanced English, don&#39;t use it. For the bunch that must work in the USA and has no time to follow the additional training, Grammarly is the way to go. By the way, I need this in French, Portuguese and Italian. For Spanish it will be an annoyance.
Wouldn’t recommend for everyday texting
by MelanieKaz on 2020/10/08 18:17
The autocorrect on this keyboard is atrocious. It doesn’t identify well with suggestive words so if you misspell a word and don’t wait for the suggestions to pop up (which is really slow to pop up) and continue to type, it’ll often autocorrect it to a word that does not make sense to be in that sentence. Then you have to manually go back and correct it. If you enable the keyboard before sending a professional email or text where you’re taking your time, this is a good keyboard. If you’re sending a ton of text messages and emails daily, it’s very annoying with all of the manual correcting you’ll have to do. Often times I’m sending the message because the keyboard is too slow to keep up with me and when I go back to read it it doesn’t make any sense. I don’t have this problem when I use just the regular apple keyboard.
It WOULD NOT let me log in!
by panda lover 56 on 2020/07/02 00:41
I tried and tried. I had this app earlier but accidentally deleted it. I decided to get it again and it went horribly! I made a new account with the same email and a different password. It said I already had an account, I had forgotten I got this app until that moment. So, I went and clicked the sign in tab. Put in my email and new password I’d updated about 2 months ago. And guess what! It didn’t work! I tried a couple more times with the same result, I don’t know why I thought it would make a difference, it didn’t. So, I make a new password and try again! It didnt work! At this point I was losing my patience. I deleted the app and found a different writing app I can use. All I wanted was to make a short story to pass the time in quarantine. I found an app, but it wasn’t this one. If there’s anything I can do to use this app again please let me know! Thank you for reading this if you did, Sincerely, Nikayla V
Dreadfully Annoying
by AcheronP on 2019/12/05 09:58
The concept of Grammarly is excellent. Unfortunately, Grammarly will insist on its own spelling or grammar even when wrong or a perfectly acceptable alternative spelling or grammatical construction has been written. The app refuses to let me type the name ”Betsy” without turning it off first. The app insists I must be writing the word, ”best.” I have had to uninstall the app because of these small but extremely irritating functionality problems. Another example: the app won&#39;t recognize the word &#34;ago&#34; and keeps insisting I must mean &#34;agl&#34; which I can&#39;t find listed in any dictionary. And now writing this review, the app is telling me this is an unknown word yet insisting that is what I must mean in another piece I am writing. The app refuses to allow me to choose my own closing to a letter or email. It insists that I must use a homonym of the word I want. The concept is excellent but the app itself creates work rather than make work more productive.
Sign Your Life Away
by jaybird-gsu1989 on 2019/01/20 18:57
This is a great Ap. I have bought for all of the Clerical Workers in my office including myself. Improve your writing skills as well but I just came across something I find something very disturbing. It says if you check the box for full access you are agreeing to let them transmit any keystroke you make any where they want even CREDIT CARD ENTRIES. Does that mean they can sell your credit card number, does that mean they can use your credit card to remodel their office? Obviously not but it still scares me enough not to use it anymore until they can more properly explain exactly what they do with your info. These Aps never can seem to be specific about what do with it and that’s hard to understand when your asking to share my credit card info with anyone. Explain that and you would be 5 star.
Not exactly the best...
by Gacha Girl 💙 on 2020/05/17 04:57
I suppose Grammarly is good for writing? I wouldn’t exactly recommend it to many people though. I struggle to find the right words to describe things, and Grammarly usually helps me with that. It also finds mistakes and typos I didn’t see and I find that very useful. The reason I wouldn’t recommend it is... that’s all it really does for me. When I’m using Grammarly, it will try to correct things that are already perfectly fine. The autocorrect option will appear and just won’t go away, too. And in order for me to get rid of it, I sometimes have to let it read all of my writing. That can be a pain when I write a lot. Sometimes I’ll write a word and forget a letter. For example, “Appl” It will have an autocorrect option appear, but when I add the e back myself, it’s still there. When I press the button, it makes it “Applee” I think that needs some work... As I said before, it will autocorrect things that are already fine and have them make no sense. It’s funny how it’s Grammarly and doesn’t know correct grammar. But who knows, this is just my experience with Grammarly on iPhone. Maybe it’s different for others or other devices. I guess it’s still helpful nonetheless.
The computer version is better :/
by SoNgBiRdd7 on 2020/01/18 02:26
I have a premium account that I love using when writing essays on my computer. I&#39;m trying to write an email right now, and I thought I&#39;d use the app because this teacher is very formal. It made stupid, illogical correction suggestions, and it&#39;s doing right now as I write this! It wants me to capitalize random words. When I wrote ”in early December, ” it wanted me to capitalize the word ”In.” This app is HORRIBLE and context, unlike the computer one. It is currently bugging me to change the word ”capitalize” to gain. And put a period after that when I just put it in quotes. Word needs the synonym ”name” right now. When I press the ”check your text” button, the screen flashes and tells me there&#39;s nothing wrong. This all doesn&#39;t know what context is. I wish I could write this email on my computer right now it&#39;s insane. Disappointing. Download the computer program.
The worst thing that happened to me!!!
by powdu on 2019/06/19 23:48
I love this app, It’s so awesome. It doesn’t make you frustrated when writing the wrong words, but fixes it for you. But, sometimes it’s wrong about the words you are trying to say. I get “there” and “their” confused sometimes, which is all the times and it always corrects for me all the time in the right way. But, then one day, when I did it the whole “there” and “their” thing again. That time I really tried my best to not make that mistake, cause it was a really important day for me. I was getting hired for a job I’ve working and wanting my whole life. When I was writing I didn’t bother to look back at my writing because I’ve been using grammarly for about a year, so I didn’t, but guess I really thought wrong because everybody always tells me to check over my work before sending it. I got a letter that said that I wasn’t qualified to write and I was so sad and mad at grammarly!!!!!!!!!!!
Grammarly App not compatible with voiceover
by AnnieInAcworth on 2018/07/23 23:26
I am a blind user of Grammarly and when using it on a computer I get to enjoy all its benefits. But on the iPhone, it will not work for me. I reported this to Grammarly ages ago and they gave me the runaround. Today I tried it again with a new release. It is still useless to me. When I reported it they suggested I uninstall/reinstall the app. I went through that exercise only to learn tech support was wasting my time. When I complained more loudly, I was told making Grammarly accessible is difficult and they don&#39;t know when they can do it. Really??? This company brags about using sophisticated AI to analyze sentences, yet they can&#39;t get their app to do what tens of thousands of other applications already have figured out? Voiceover is built into every iPhone for a reason. It provides Blind people equal access, but only if companies care enough to build their applications with us in mind.
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