If you use Grammarly often on your computer, then you will joyfully accept the good news with welcome arms that the app is available for both iOS and Android operating systems.
The app integrates with your smartphone or tablet keyboard and looks and feels like a normal keyboard too. However, it makes things better. How? It offers sophisticated grammar and contextual spelling checking. There is even a premium service which if subscribed to, you will be able to obtain benefit from suggestions for style improvements and vocabulary enhancements.
“Whenever you type with the keyboard, Grammarly will check your writing and make sure your message is clear, effective, and mistake-free. For Grammarly Premium users, the keyboard will also suggest style improvements and vocabulary enhancements. You’ll see the suggestions along the top of the keyboard, and you can accept a change just by tapping it. If you want to know why Grammarly made a particular suggestion, you can open the correction to see an explanation.
You can also specify whether Grammarly should use American or British English rules to check your writing, and you can add words to your personal dictionary to prevent Grammarly from flagging them as misspellings on any device.”
So what about glide support? We all know that it is a very helpful feature but Grammarly does have some bad news regarding this. Fortunately, they will have something for you guys in the pipeline so stay tuned.
“Not yet—we wanted to give our Android users access to the app as soon as it was ready. But we do know that glide input is an essential feature for many Android users, so it’s something we will be tackling in the future. Keep an eye out for updates!”
There was no word if Grammarly will be dropping in for Windows Mobile but we do not believe the app is going to be released for it because it carries a low percentage of users around the globe. If you want to download the app for both iOS and Android, the links have been given below.