I updated this Grammarly review in June 2017 to reflect how I and readers here use it today.
Are you confident what you’re writing is error-free and easy to read?
Would you like a tool or grammar checker to help you proof-read your work?
I think you’ll agree with me when I say typos and grammar mistakes are embarrassing.
I recently discovered Grammarly, a grammar checker for proofreading articles, book chapters and blog posts.
I spent 30 days using Grammarly.
In this updated 2017 Grammarly review, I’ll explain how it can help you check grammar and spelling online, and if this grammar checker is worth it for writers.
The Price of Grammarly
You can try Grammarly via a subscription that will cost you $29 per month. You can also pay for a quarterly (what I do) or annual subscription and get a discount on your subscription.
The premium version of this grammar checker will help you identify more grammar errors in your document than a traditional free grammar checker, and it provides detailed information about each error (i.e. it’s a study aid).
Grammarly offers discounts for quarterly and annual subscriptions.