Grammarly Keyboard Takes Care Of Typos And Brushes Grammar, Now Available For Android & iOS
Want to improve grammar and avoid typos while typing on your smartphone? Grammarly's new virtual keyboard might be what you are looking for. It is an AI-powered word checking service that quite efficiently corrects your sentences by fixing typos and proffering better word suggestions. Just what its web-based service already does.
Grammarly was limited to the web in the form of online service and Chrome extension. Today, it went a step ahead and launched a keyboard app for both Android and iOS.
Grammarly keyboard on both Android and iOS offers nifty features like word-replacement suggestions along with grammatical pointers. Regarding privacy protection measures, the company claims that it has implemented encryption and other methods to protect user privacy. In a nutshell, Grammarly is aimed at improving your grammar by tweaking sentence structure and correcting errors. A better autocorrecting tool than the ones that we have been using. Besides, you can make it work better by configuring it with American English or British English.
In a blog post, Ayan Mandal, Vice President of Product at Grammarly wrote:
By 2018, 50 percent of workplace communication and collaboration will happen through mobile apps. But typing on your phone is awkward and imprecise—we’ve all fallen victim to the dreaded textfail [sic] at one time or another.
That’s why we built the Grammarly Keyboard, a personal editor that integrates seamlessly with all your mobile apps and your mobile browser. Whether you’re responding to an important client’s email, posting a Facebook message for the world to see, or texting your boss, you’ll always look polished and professional, even on your phone.
If all the above-mentioned information pleases you, then you can go ahead and download the app. The keyboard app is available for free on both App Store and Play Store.
Try out the app and let us know how it works for you.
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