As much as I love grammarly, the fact that I can't switch languages is a major flaw. Throughout the day I switch between English and Spanish. I don't need spell check for Spanish (at least for now) but I do need to he able to type in spanish without being auto corrected. This app needs to be expanded to fit the 40% of the world population who are bilingual.
No Swype? No dark theme? You got to be kidding me. Feels like I am back to my first Android device running Gingerbread. Nevertheless, the correction suggestions seem to work flawless. Will wait till these basic features are added to the app. Also, 70 MB for a keyboard sounds so big.
I have been using Grammarly pc app for a couple of years now. This android app would be nice if you could switch languages. I don't need grammarly in other languages but this keyboard limits you to only one input. Either add an option to switch languages or redo this app. Also, grammarly keyboard looks old. It's pretty silly to have it as a keyboard rather than some add-in to google/Samsung keyboard. Work it out with google/samsung, so your app will be simply as an add-in with library. Maybe a grammarly button similar to MS word add-in? Or a background app. But NOT A KEYBOARD.
I love the Grammarly on my PC and I have, but on my phone, it doesn't let me write things out, for example, I was hoping for use Grammarly to link up with my PC version but you can't even take note with the mobile version. And it ado corrects with I don't like, I'm really bad at spelling and if it ado corrects everything it won't be able to tell what I'm trying to say, that one of the things I like about the PC version was that it asked you if you meant this or that. And when it is coming up with corrections there often incorrect and is nothing to do with what I typed at all. All in all I'm not impressed and think that Grammarly should do a lot more programming and should make it much more similar to the PC version.
I immediately downloaded this app as a desktop Grammarly subscriber. However in less than an hour I uninstalled it. Firstly, I'm a typer and swyper; this keyboard does not offer Swype capabilities. Secondly the spinning G on left side of the screen made me wonder about battery drain. For these two reasons I will have to wait for the app to improve.
I would like a smaller top line as the 'G' button is too big and not really necessary. You could underline the mistakes and click for context options. Also, the ability to put borders on keys and also apply a darker theme would stop it hurting my eyes.
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