By Grammarly, Inc
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
Grammarly’s Mobile Keyboard is the personal editor you can take with you wherever you go. With hundreds of checks and features and seamless integration, Grammarly helps you type with ease in any app. Whether you’re sending an urgent email, important LinkedIn message, or essential Facebook post, you can write from your phone with confidence.
– Sophisticated grammar checker
– Contextual spelling checker
– Advanced punctuation correction
– Vocabulary enhancements and synonym finder
– Keyboard integrates smoothly with all apps
– Easy to set up
Improve Your Skills
– See short, clear explanations for every correction
– Helps you understand your mistakes and avoid them in the future
A Better Auto-Correct
– Keyboard lets you know when it auto-corrects your spelling
– Helps you spot auto-correct fails before you hit send
What's New in Version 1.0.14
3D Touch support for cursor moving
Autocorrect speed improvements
Resolved iPad keyboard layout issues in particular apps
How does the Grammarly app not correct grammar? 🤦♂️
Progress in the right direction
With the addition if 3D touch select, I almost see no reason not to use this keyboard, its autocorrect is on point and it fixes grammatical mistakes to boot! Though there still is something that's preventing me from making the switch, the 3D touch isn't as useful as Apple's default keyboard.
What would be ideal is the ability to move the cursor vertically and the ability to select whole words/sets if words by force touching again when in cursor select mode. Maybe tweak it to follow exactly how Apple's cursor moves, freeform and not restricted to quantized spaces in between letters. This is especially an issue for wide letters like 'M' where a small cursor movement would translate into a movement across a larger than expected space.
In a nutshell, this keyboard is awesome but I'm too used to default Apple's keyboard cursor to switch. It's just so much more usable. I'm sure after an update or two, they would be able to bridge the gap!
P.S. I wrote this review in the Grammarly keyboard and their autocorrect has fixed many many errors, it just made around 3 false positives, one was 'm' which was easily reverted with a single hit of the backspace button, much faster than the usual backspace and tap gesture used in the default keyboard