Grammarly vs. Other Tools: Which One Will Win?

Grammarly vs. the rest

Which grammar checker is right for you? It’s normally Grammarly vs. the rest.

There are so many useful tools out there to help you check English grammar mistakes. But then some seem to be more hassle than they’re worth.

When you look into grammar correcting tools, it is always important to check the reviews and statistics for each application.

You want to make sure you get the best of the best because your accuracy in your writing says a lot about you.

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Which grammar app is right for you?

When you check your English grammar, you need to be sure that you are getting the best advice you can.

Yes, there are always marketing campaigns behind every business, but it is what people say that matters.

You should take notice of customer reviews when deciding on a purchase or even using a free grammar correction app.

Grammarly seems to occupy a huge chunk of the market. It’s a brand name so powerful now that we often associate proper grammar with Grammarly.

It takes a lot for any company to make a name for itself and get such strong brand recognition.

Grammarly came and did that in a relatively short amount of time, and we have to look into why it happened.

My opinion is that the customers were so pleased with the product, and that created the growth in users.

There are many other great products out there. But they all seem to have taken a backseat to Grammarly.

Let’s look at Grammarly vs. the others.

 

Grammarly

There is no doubt that Grammarly can help all writers at any skill level to write better.

Even if you can have a poor command of English, Grammarly makes it easy for you to write better.

Any grammar check that does an English syntax check is a winner. The bonus with this program is that it helps you without interfering with your writing.

What I like about the app is that it doesn’t automatically correct your mistakes.

It highlights any possible errors and grammar issues, and then you have the choice to correct them or not.

Because of this, you can pay attention to what you are correcting, and will most likely not keep repeating the same grammatical mistakes.

There is a free version with a browser extension that will do an excellent job of grammar and spell checking. But there is a premium version if you want more features and checking capabilities.

 

ProWritingAid

For a lot of writers, and especially authors, Prowritingaid is their go-to grammar and writing checker.

There’s a good reason too. It’s more than a simple app to find spelling and writing mistakes.

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You can dig deep and analyze your writing in so many different ways.

If you are working on improving your writing, it might be worth a try.

There’s a free version of Prowritingaid that you can use for as long as you like.

 

Ginger

Ginger Software developed a great grammar checker, and it’s impressive.

It is great for new writers who are not sure if their grammar is up to scratch.

The IOS function works much better now and seems to be the main focus of the company.

It does, however, offer much more on other devices. But it seems that it spends more time updating IOS features.

Comparing Grammarly and Ginger, the desktop app might leave you a little disappointed.

But if you use it purely in IOS mode, you will probably love it, though.

 

Hemingway

If you are trying to become a better writer overall and are not purely focusing on grammar, Hemingway might be more suitable for you.

What makes this program special is that it does not focus solely on your spelling and grammar. We know that it is essential to write posts that flow naturally without sounding too tight.

Well, with this program, you will get suggestions about sentence structure, overused adverbs, and passive voice to take your writing quality up a notch.

Most of the other tools focus purely on grammar, but with Hemingway, it can help you become a much better writer.

Outcome

Grammarly wins this round for me because of the easy navigation and use of the program with WordPress, Microsoft Word, and Google Docs.

Writers who are using a grammar checker want it to be efficient and quick.

If you are looking for a program to give you as many suggestions as possible, Grammarly will probably be the best tool for you.

Besides the fact that it is easy to use, you get very accurate results when using it correctly. It is not just about good advertising and a marketing campaign.

You have to look at what a program can do for you and which one suits your needs best.

Even though I feel that Grammarly triumphs in this round, does it mean it is the best for you?

Analyze your needs and writing styles and match that to the perfect program for you.

We are all at different levels of writing skills, and once you establish where you are, you can find the program that best suits your writing needs.

 

Summary

There are so many grammar tools out there these days to help you become a better writer, or at least they appear to help.

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No matter who you are writing for or what you are writing, it is essential to make the most of your opportunities and do your best.

There is nothing more important than quality error-free writing.

There are a lot of opportunities for writers now for content marketing campaigns. So being a good writer can become a sustainable career.

All you have to do is make sure your writing is of the highest standard.

Of course, you can use any grammar checker and still do well, but why leave it up to chance?

Use the best grammar checker you can find to help you get ahead of the game.

If you are trying to become a professional writer or author, or want to do well in your college essay, you need to do all you can to publish your best possible writing.

Derek Haines

A Cambridge CELTA English teacher and author with a passion for writing and all forms of publishing. My days are spent teaching English and writing, as well as testing and taming new technology.

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One thought on “Grammarly vs. Other Tools: Which One Will Win?

  • Avatar for Dave
    June 27, 2018 at 6:20 am
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    I wish you would have rated ProWritingAid also. I switched from Grammarly because PWA works with Scrivener! No more cut and paste.

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