62 – Grammarly

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Grammarly lets you check for 250 types of grammatical, spelling, and punctuation mistakes – as well as for plagiarism

Website: grammarly.com
Cost: Free.
Availability: Download

Top 100 Tools for Personal & Professional Learning 2018: 37
Top 100 Tools for Workplace Learning 2018: 
Top 100 Tools for Education 2018: 60

Past Overall Rankings
2017: 58    2016: 128    2015: –    2014: –    2013: –    2012: –    2011: –    2010: –    2009: –    2008: –    2007: –


Comments from some of those who selected Grammarly as one of their Top 10 Tools

“the writing choice. Admittedly, we blog a bit less than before, on the one hand from a lack of time and on the other hand because the inspiration sometimes leaves us alone. But we ourselves are still writing and even more and more in … English. And then it is useful to have a good and correct spelling and grammar tool. Our knowledge level of English was quite ok, but since Grammarly we have improved a lot. The tool was already a big trump for free, but the paying version is more than worth its money!” Mathias Vermeulen, 2018

“Another quirky choice, but I have to say this in-the-line-of-work tool has improved my writing over the year that I have been using it.  It’s constant monitoring of everything I type, in just about any environment I’m working, helps assure that my writing is accurate. Because it’s not “autocorrect”,  I’ve found that errors that I had consistently made in the past are things of the past as Grammarly’s gentle coaching has changed my writing behavior.  Grammarly also sends you weekly email reports about your writing and the errors you have made.” Dave Lee, USA

“I  never submit something without running it through Grammarly Premium first. Really the best editing tool out there.” Anon, USA

“A very easy tool to advance your written English.” Nick van Breda, Netherlands

“Trains students to write better. What Microsoft Word should have done years ago.” Christian King, e-learning developer, Australia, 2016

“at the end of the day, whatever we do online still needs to be written. I like how Grammarly can easily be integrated into Chrome, Word, Outlook, etc.” Chris Wildermuth, University/College teacher, UK, 2016

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