Grammar and spelling checking is the crucial task while writing an email, article or anything else you can imagine as an important writing work.
Here are the best 5 grammar checker tools which you can use for free to save your ass in an important project work which includes hundreds of words.
Feel free to click on titles to know more about these tools on their website.
Grammarly is a free editor and automatic sentence correction tool which is based on sophisticated artificially intelligent algorithms. Grammarly uses deep learning algorithms to find the correlation between word-tokens and suggest you word replacements, grammatical rearrangements and reports error in your content.
The premium version supports advanced checking, comprehensive reporting, and Plagiarism checking in addition to this. Worth trying.
Grammarly is used by millions of universities, institutions, marketers, bloggers, and professionals.
ProWritingAid is a premium tool used by native writers. It comes with budget-friendly grammar editing services (Free for first 5000 words) and exciting features. Unlike Grammarly, PWA is loved more by the authors, writers, poets and bloggers as it comes with some of the coolest features for them. Some of them are Writing Styles, Support for Apple devices and scrivener and powerful (and unlimited) plagiarism checker.
LanguageTools is a free and open source grammar checker and editor which is freely available under the LGPL 2.1 or later. It provides basic grammar checking services against English, and German, and 20+ other languages. Multiple grammar checkers on the internet are using LanguageTools APIs to create their own software programs.
The premium upgrade for enterprise and businesses is also available for US$ 25 per month which comes with several other advantages like MS-Word Addon and the personal dictionary.
Ginger is another good grammar checker and editing tool mostly popular among students and bloggers. It comes with almost all the features provided by the ProWritingAid and Grammarly and an Android operating system support.
Update: Grammarly has recently launched its Android keyboard
SmallSEOTools uses free APIs to provide Free grammar editing services. It provides basic grammar checking and reports. However, it is not very powerful and doesn’t come with the native device support. It can be useful for the naive bloggers and low-quality submissions.
Other Recommendations to make fewer mistakes while writing
- Read your content aloud. Seems everything fine? Good.
- Make small notes while writing or keep bookmarking while writing.
- Write in morning or in late night. The study says: your mind thinks much original in the morning.
- Grammar tools give weekly reports which include your performance and some important suggestions. Try working on them.
Grammarly is the best plugin according to me. The main reason to support this plugin is the strong developer base behind it and a huge improvement in its working.
Pro Writing Aid comes with a lifetime membership plan for just $140. This is the best price you can give to a paid grammar checker. I strongly recommend using their premium services if you bother about the security of your data.
Smallseotools is a free and safe tool for bloggers but it gives many false positives and false negatives while checking.
I personally use Grammarly and Pro Writing Aid both. The choice is all yours!