Last month Grammarly rolled out its keyboard for iOS devices, and for Android users who were looking forward to using it as well, the good news is that Grammarly’s keyboard app is now available on Android as well and can be downloaded for free via the Google Play Store if that’s something you’re interested in.


For those unfamiliar with Grammarly, it is basically an online service that helps you check your grammar and corrects any mistakes it might find. Grammarly later decided to take its features and put it into a smartphone keyboard, which means that fixing your grammatical mistakes will be a lot easier.

According to the company, they’ve described the keyboard as “a personal editor that integrates seamlessly with all your mobile apps and your mobile browser. Whether you’re responding to an important client’s email, posting a Facebook message for the world to see, or texting your boss, you’ll always look polished and professional, even on your phone.”

Whether or not you will find this useful is up to you, but if you’re hoping to avoid embarrassing tweets, emails, or blog posts that are grammatically incorrect, especially when it comes to a professional setting like at work, then perhaps it could be worth checking out.

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