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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.
I just got this app and I already don’t like it. I installed this app because I saw the adds quite frequently and it said the app checked how much sense the sentence made. I don’t really need any help with grammar, but I would like the function of checking sentences for the most efficient way to write sentences and get your point across. But I found out that you have to pay money for the only function that I wanted. Some people would be okay with that, but on all of the adds, they said it was completely free. I guess I don't like apps or people that lie to me. Plus, it is not like you only have to pay 2 dollars and never pay again. You have to pay around 8 dollars a month! I also don't like having to give this app full access to whatever I m writing, but this was not a huge deal, because I don't really type very important personal information but it still makes me feel uneasy. I am writing a book on my iPad with a hardware keyboard (it is in my case that I bought for the iPad). though it refuses to work with that and personally, I don't enjoy typing with little letters when I could be using a keyboard that is easier to type on. If none of this bothers you, please get the app. The grammar advice always makes sense, but I'm going to delete this app immediately.
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.
I think it’s great. It’s serves its function. My only comment is that since I write Spanglish at times to my family in Cuba the autocorrect gets lost and just replaces every word. It’s a constant battle. Other than that it works awesome ! At times, it’s better to stop obsessing over miniature flaws and focus on what’s actually important. Personally I feel like a Hipócrata because I am here giving my opinion when I know NOTHING about apps or technology. I just care and every chance I get to write and raise my voice I take it. Personally, who cares what people have to say. Most of the time what they is a lie to bring someone down. Believe when I tell you that if you don’t matter people who not stress it. The reason you matter is the reason no one will stop. People can’t seem to be happy for others. That’s fine let me them be. Now, stop taking in all the comments and negativity and BULL. Open your eyes sweetheart. PS. I wish there was a review about the correct and less misleading search tool. Maria R.
I'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'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'm wrong and I'm not. It is not like my reading class which actually gives way more information than Grammarly. I'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't want you to get mad so please don't. I'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.
Developed by Grammarly, Inc.
Grammarly Keyboard is ranking in Productivity & Utilities
Last update was at Jan 13, 2020and the current version is 1.7.3.
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Grammarly Keyboard have a 15 314a user reviews.
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