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
This update includes improvements to experimental features.
Ratings and Reviews
It’s difficult to rate
I am not fond of apps that require to see everything I type and that security of my privacy is one of a few reasons I paid the extra for an iPhone. I am not able to get a full, if at all experience, with this app because of that requirement especially requiring it after I just read about apples new extensions they put out so that apps like this one wouldn’t have need for it.
Otherwise I have yet to notice a difference other than being given an annoyance every time I type so that they can tell me time and again that the app requires full access to my phone so it can work. I give it a three because aside from my concern of my family, and myself, for our security privacy and peace of mind as we use and share the same phone I am otherwise indifferent as I did not get a chance to experience the app to its potential. I am uninstalling this app and looking for some other alternative to help my SIR in recovery of his brain aneurysm as he has had a huge problem with spelling and finding (in writing) the words he needs to get out what he intends to say. Siri has been a good tool but I feel he needs more. Plus I don’t know what happened to hey Siri on my phone so he can ask spelling questions to the phone rather than wait for me to get home from work.
Please Keep This In Mind!!
These keyboards can access all of the data you type, including bank account and credit card numbers, street addresses, as well as other personal and sensitive information. These keyboards may also access nearby text or data, which is useful for improving autocorrect functionality.
If you enable Full Access, developers are permitted to access, collect and transmit the data you type. In addition, if the third party application containing the keyboard has your permission to access location, photos, or other personal data, the keyboard can also collect and transmit that information to the keyboard developer’s servers. If you disable Full Access for a third party keyboard, and then re-enable it, the keyboard’s developer may be able to access, collect and transmit what was typed while the network access was disabled.
If you do not enable Full Access, developers are not permitted to collect and transmit the data you type. Any unauthorized collection or transmission of this data without your permission would be a violation of their developer agreement. Furthermore, there are also technical limitations in effect to prevent unauthorized access. Any attempt to defeat these limitations would also be a violation of their developer agreement.
It’s a NO-brainer...get it! No, as in no for me, but brainer! Ha!
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.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.