Grammarly, the popular grammar and spell-checking tool, today launched a basic update of its browser extensions, web applications, and original desktop applications. In its early days, Grammarly was all about the mechanics of writing correctly. With this update, the tool will surpass the search for standard spelling, punctuation, and grammar errors and add a number of new features that are designed to solve problems that can keep your writing.
To do this, the tool will now mark sentences and phrases that are potentially vague, for example. This will help you find the right tone for your text and choose the right words to keep your text varied and appealing. There is nothing worse than reading the same words over and over again when you switch a few words, after all, you can make the text more varied and engaged. Grammarly now also allows you to provide more information about whether you are trying to write a professional document or blog for example. travel.
In its products, Grammatically will highlight these issues under new clarity, engagement and delivery sections (at the top of the existing section of honesty). The tool will now use four different colors to highlight words and phrases that algorithms believe can be improved. "The more Grammar knows about what you want to achieve in writing, the better you can tailor your suggestions according to your needs," the team said in today's announcement. "For example, when you specify the audience you are writing for, Grammarly will adjust your suggestions to help you focus your writing on this type of reader." ”
Somewhat surprisingly, most of these advanced features will only be available to Grammarly Premium users (starting at $ 30 / month for the monthly plan, although the company offers significant discounts on annual subscriptions and also regularly offers free discount subscriptions to users). Some of the proposals for clarity and clarity will be available to free users. Everyone else? You will have to pay.