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Grammarly spelling and grammar checking keyboard app is now available on Android


If you're an Android user looking for a solid proofreading tool, we have good news for you. Grammarly's keyboard app is finally available on Google Play.

Grammarly looks and feels just like any other virtual keyboard, but what sets it apart is the magic happening in the suggestion bar. 

Most keyboard apps will give you word suggestions and detect simple spelling mistakes, but Grammarly's goes further by offering sophisticated grammar and contextual spelling checking, and even corrections on punctuation mistakes. Users that choose to subscribe to the paid Grammarly Premium service can also benefit from suggestions for style improvements and vocabulary enhancements.

Grammarly also promises data protection through encryption and "other measures". Additionally, the app is blocked from accessing sensitive information such as bank account and credit card details. 

Currently, the app supports British and American English. Also, it's worth noting that the app doesn't feature swipe-to-text, but the press release states that the functionality will be added in a future update.

If you'd like to give Grammarly a try, feel free to follow the below link to Google Play.

Grammarly keyboard app on Google Play

source: Grammarly via 9to5Google

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