First, I tried this on older versions of Andriod (Moto G5 +7.1), and it was too glitch too use. Now on my Pixel, it is great no issues. The lose of features is worth the added benefit of excellent grammar tech that helps me look smart from my phone if I want Bitmoji or Google keyboard I just long press on the keyboard quick and easy. I also like the space setting option on the keyboard for my fat fingers on my Pixel. 2 it's now a great typing experience. I can only recommend the latest version of Android which if Google expects to compete with the iPhone we should expect this ongoing trend to continue buy US made Android One phones or die
I think it a very very good app. Makes my life much easier. It would be very nice if you guys (developers) can add a feature that let users do copy cut past thing by pressing and holding with the ( C, X, V) likey. It might be and handy thing to use every day. Please think about it. 5/5 for this amazing keyboard.
My first review of the Grammarly keyboard was a bit critical, and rightly so. At the time, it was missing several features that I considered essential - but since then, a couple of updates have rolled out. And judging by the changelog, they've fixed a few of the things that I had critiqued. For starters, they finally got the number bar, and they included an option to make the keyboard tall, medium, or short. That's nice and all, I can't really complain, but perhaps it would've been better to make a slider for the size. That way, people would have more than just three options. So yes, they definitely improved the keyboard, but it's still missing some features that I personally consider essential. For starters, they still haven't implemented swipe. That's cool, I understand they've only had so much time to work on the app, maybe they're getting to it, et cetera. I get that. But they still haven't enabled long-press symbols, which they've shown they can do. When I long-press a key on GBoard, it shows the alternate letters (like à, ë, ī, ß) as well as the symbol behind each key (so Z would include *, x would include ", a would include @, etc.) Grammarly, however, doesn't have this. I don't understand why not, but it should certainly be an option. And I have yet to see Grammarly correct "cant." In conclusion, it has definitely improved. But I don't think I'll be using Grammarly just yet. I'd love to see some more features in the future, including the ones I personally like.
I use it on my desktop and online. The app has crashed a few times on my S8, a simple force stop rectified, it's just annoying. Autocorrect is better than most, but also fails on simple things like adding apostrophes. A numerical pad and an option of a separate number row would be a welcome addition. When those have been perfected I would incorporate swipe input. I know it's early days, I will review as updates arrive. Update, crashes too often on my S8, leaving you keyboardless until you force stop Grammarly.
Grammarly is awesome as it is. I just hope it has a "Name" option next to ignore when unfamiliar names are highlighted. Just to lessen confusion with which words actually needs correction. I know I could just "ignore" the correction but then I also prefer to see how many mistakes I actually made after writing something. It's just way easier than logging i the personal dictionary.
The new updates are WONDERFUL!!! The only thing it lacks is Gesture Typing or swipe-type (as I call it) and it will be perfect for me. Thank you for updating it. Love Grammarly😍 Keep it up!!
We've added a load of new features to customize the look and feel of the Grammarly Keyboard. You can now turn on dark mode, add key borders, resize the keyboard, and add a number row.
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