Improve your writing with all-in-one communication assistance—including grammar check, generative AI, and more.
Grammarly for Chrome offers real-time suggestions to help you write your best online, no matter what you’re working on in your browser. With comprehensive feedback on spelling, grammar, punctuation, clarity, and writing style, Grammarly is more than just a proofreader. It’s a tool that helps you write with confidence, find the best words to express yourself, and communicate your ideas with ease. Grammarly’s generative AI capabilities allow you to produce contextually relevant drafts, ideas, replies, and more on demand. ➤ Terms and Conditions By installing the extension, you agree to and acknowledge: www.grammarly.com/terms www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy ➤ How it works Grammarly analyzes your sentences as you write and adds color-coded underlines to words and phrases where you can improve your writing. You can apply Grammarly’s suggestion with a single click, or expand the suggestion to learn more about it. ➤ Go beyond grammar Grammarly’s advanced spelling checker and grammar checker go far beyond the built-in tools of word processors. Grammarly can detect not only misspellings, but also commonly confused words used in the wrong context, like “affect” and “effect.” In addition, it can flag and fix complex grammar and punctuation issues like sentence fragments, comma splices, and subject-verb disagreement. But great writing is about much more than just grammar and spelling. That’s why Grammarly also helps you streamline wordy phrases and rewrite sentences that are likely to confuse readers. It also suggests word choice improvements to help keep readers engaged, and helps you adjust your tone to ensure you come across the way you intend. For students: Now available on the extension, our free beta auto-citations feature generates citations for online sources in seconds, without you having to enter any info manually or leave the web page. Get pre-formatted citations ready to go, whether you use APA, MLA, or Chicago. ➤ What’s included? ~ Free The free version of Grammarly includes basic writing suggestions designed to help you produce clean, mistake-free writing. • Grammar checker • Spelling checker • Punctuation checker • Tone detector • Auto-citations ~ Premium Grammarly Premium includes everything available for free, plus an expanded range of writing feedback designed to help you produce high-quality writing that makes an impact. • Clarity-focused sentence rewrites • Tone adjustments • Vocabulary improvements (word choice, formality level) • Fluency suggestions • Generative AI features • Additional advanced suggestions ➤ Works where you write Grammarly is designed to work seamlessly in your browser—no copying or pasting required. Use it in Google Docs, email clients, social media, and across the web. Grammarly for Chrome works across: • Google Docs • Gmail • Linkedin • And more! ➤ Trusted by millions of users “Grammarly ensures your messages are professional and grammatically correct by offering spell-checking, tone suggestions, and even vocabulary hints.” —Forbes “It’s the go-to service for fixing grammar, punctuation, and awkward sentences for professionals, college students, and people who write for a living—which is pretty much everyone, even if you don't think of yourself as a writer.” —Inc “Unlike basic spell checkers, Grammarly is a complete writing assistant app. It’s wonderful for anyone who needs help writing.” —PC Mag ➤ Get Grammarly on your desktop Want to use Grammarly outside of your browser, in apps like Word, Outlook, and Slack? Try Grammarly for Windows or Grammarly for Mac, now available for download from www.grammarly.com/desktop. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- We value the trust our customers put in us to keep their information safe and secure. Read our Trust page (www.grammarly.com/trust) to learn more about our user-first approach to privacy and security. California residents, please see the California Privacy Notice (www.grammarly.com/privacy-policy#for-california-users).
- (2023-11-29) Jun Loo: It constantly spams you with messages to go premium or use its AI bot. Most of the errors it finds are too often subjective or just flat out wrong in many cases.
- (2023-11-27) Joe Ackerman: YES, We are like our Grammarly. It is very helpful and provide spell correction, proposition correction, grammar correction and provide perfect sentence correction to me. It is work with me when I writing correspondence etiquette
- (2023-11-27) Rupesh Kumar Jai Narayan Nirmal: YES, We are like our Grammarly. It is very helpful and provide spell correction, proposition correction, grammar correction and provide perfect sentence correction to me. It is work with me when I writing correspondence etiquette
- (2023-11-24) Eljean Clar: I like using Grammarly And it's very helpful, and easy to use. It shows more details on spelling and grammar errors and corrections.
- (2023-11-24) Philip Maphbenillo: An essential extension every device must have.
- (2023-11-23) Alberto Tristan Rodríguez Amenedo: Excelente A 23 de noviembre de 2023 Hacía tiempo que no entraba aquí: Parece muy buena.
- (2023-11-21) JACKSON TAN: The extension is nice to have. Thing is that I had to re-install it after it stop checking the grammar of my entries in other web-based apps like GMail and Canvas.
- (2023-11-15) Ben Joldersma: I want to love Grammarly. When it works, and when I need to really sound my best, it's great. But it's just so damn insistent upon itself. Why does the little grammarly logo need to appear in *every* single little text box. like the "take a note" box in google keep - it's a one liner. i just don't care if i use bad grammar. my priority there is to rush a note out. but the thing that got me to write this negative review is the premium. the nagging is just so obnoxious. i'm just trying to live my life here. and if grammarly can help - great. and i even did upgrade to premium for a month while I was interviewing, to help with my writing submissions. it's insanely expensive - what service costs $30/month!? My cell phone doesn't cost that much. but.. i did it, because hey, i need to get a job, so I signed up for a month (sure, it's ridiculously cheaper on the annual plan.) and then my credit card was used in an instacart scam, so my bank changed the number. and that's what really blew my mind. the nagging and annoyingly insistent, ever present G in all my damn inputs and textareas turned into a nightmare marketing hawk squawking at me non stop to update my credit card details. so damn obnoxious! so. yeah. great core product. but the excessive insistence on applying exhaustive, and often overkill, recommendations to my writing every damn chance it gets, coupled with the horrible premium upsell mess. i'm out.
- (2023-11-15) hafeezullah khattak: It is a good app, i am personally recommend it with deep Heart
- (2023-11-15) ali sadi: Amazing job, thank you.
- (2023-11-14) Mackyle Wotring: Why isn't it working when I write on Google Translate?
- (2023-11-12) Disciple Toki: I love the extension but it very often uses is and are incorrectly. It suggests is after referencing multiple parties and or using a plural word. I can't say I blame it as even mainstream media does this. It is still most frustrating.
- (2023-11-06) Patricia: Grammarly isn't the worst, but it doesn't match the hype from the ads. Many useful suggestions are behind a paywall, and I'm not keen on paying. For a better option, try Language Tool at https://languagetool.org/; it works way better.
- (2023-11-03) Jordy Stroud: a lot of basic, easy functions it will not perform sometimes
- (2023-11-02) hi ho yo: When writing poetry, it keeps telling me to use a different tense, despite the writing teacher saying the tense I used is correct. My other language tools say the tense is correct and don't flag it, and even ChatGPT says the tense is fine. Only Grammarly flags it and it is driving me crazy.
- (2023-10-30) Wilhelm Laubach: Not a bad plugin, but the Grammarly icon is often-times in the way and hides the text, and impossible to move. That is a bad usability.
- (2023-10-30) nonaln: 영어는 좋은데 한글로 쓸때 계속 마지막 글자가 지워짐. 해결방법 : 그 사이트는 끄기로 설정 해줘야함. 다만 이 옵션을 설정 가능하게 해줬으면 좋겠음
- (2023-10-28) Sean Searle: so annoying in so many ways. the worst of which, i works half the time. the other half, it freezes as I'm writing and when it becomes unfrozen, the text has been placed in the middle of an existing sentence with periods added randomly.
- (2023-10-25) Calista Grimm: does annyone can tell me if there is an application like grammarly but in french? Please. Thank you.
- (2023-10-24) Deimos: Helpful at times, but extremely buggy and will contradict itself with suggestions. Also will give flat out wrong definition for words which has been a nightmare for me because I will often misspell a word it'll want to correct and provided definition for the correction that seems fitting, but it turns out to be flat out wrong. I literally have to keep a dictionary handy because it somehow gives the worst definitions. Overall, there's so many issues that it's making my English composition course well worth it for not having to depend on this thing nearly as much.
- (2023-10-24) Chelsea Sanders: Love it
- (2023-10-24) Eric Ketzer (Nietzschescode): I tried several similar extensions and honestly, this is one of the best. (though too many incitations to get the premium. We get it that there is a premium...)
- (2023-10-24) Sydney Coleman: It works but I have to reinstall it when it stops working but it is very helpful
- (2023-10-21) Daniel Villarreal: The app is very good. However, I can't get it to integrate into Word documents on my MacBook Pro like it does on my MacBook Air. I've gone around-and-around with the Support people with no success. Strangely enough, it integrates with my AOL email account on both computers. I am truly at my wit's ends, as I use one laptop at home (it's connected via Ethernet to my cable box) and another at my favorite coffee shop.
- (2023-10-20) Marat Dospolov: гарний додаток, але є технічні складнощі ( https://stackoverflow.com/questions/65268953/what-is-data-gr-c-s-loaded-true-attribute-added-to-my-code
- (2023-10-19) alex Parker: I like this app a lot overall. However, it corrects my sentence structure and I tend to not like the correction. Also, I wish it wasn't so quick to correct me. Like, let me finish writing out my sentence before it starts to tell me I am wrong. Overall, a good app tho.
- (2023-10-16) Joshua Folh: So I mostly use the app because my spelling is atrocious, the default spell checker never has any idea what word I am trying to use, and googleing how to spell things is something that takes extra time. Today I found out when you use the extension to correct spelling, the next time you type on the keyboard, it reverts the spelling error to the incorrect form. I'm sorry. Why?!? I spent almost 5 mins fixing the same words in a paragraph before I realized it was doing this. Worst extension ever,
- (2023-10-14) Doaa Nabih: Does not work on gmail for me
- (2023-10-13) Orange First: Good, but one problem, the Grammarly logo jumps around the text in Kamiaap.com Also, when I accept one suggestion, it tells me to go back to the original, and when I do, it tells me to correct it, and so on.
- (2023-10-13) Henry Callueng: Very Helpful, easy to use. It shows more details on spelling and grammar error and corrections.
- (2023-10-13) Birgit Pohl: I like the spellchecker, but only when it is not having an issue that women can also be astronauts. Yes, it did mark things like that in red, and the support said it is grammatically correct. I also dislike the new intrusive ad. I'm having grammarly on as default, but I guess I have to turn it off, so that I don't have that ad when I record something or present something. I like it for spell checking. I'm not interested in it writing for me. I like genuine writing. New writing.
- (2023-10-12) Stephen Bourne: I like using Grammarly to improve the clarity of my writing. What is not to like?
- (2023-10-11) Tiffany J Clark: I recently started using Grammarly to help improve my writing and I couldn't be happier with the results. It has been an incredibly helpful tool in catching errors and providing suggestions for better word choices. I especially appreciate the way it seamlessly integrates with all of the platforms I use for writing, from social media to email to professional documents. Grammarly has helped me to become a more confident and effective communicator, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking to improve their writing skills.
- (2023-10-11) Emerson Lovatt: Does not work for google slides
- (2023-10-10) Michal Hracho: I used to really like this extension. It used to be quite helpful. Now? Unremovable widgets popping up all over the page or app, including the place I write, pop-ups calling for subscription all the time. It takes more time for me to try to remove all the annoyances than correcting grammar mistakes. There are far better alternatives with more functionalities for free. One word: Annoying.
- (2023-10-06) Andrew Stewart: When writing in Plain English, it's important to consider the target audience and their specific needs. The text should be organized logically, with the most important information presented first. Sentences should be simple and only include necessary information to avoid confusion. Avoid using complex vocabulary, acronyms, and legal language. Instead, favor everyday language and use the active voice to increase clarity. Stick to using verb forms instead of noun forms. Remember not to change the meaning of the original text, remove any important information, or add any new information, sentences, or paragraphs.
- (2023-10-06) Murat Basol: Çok iyi ama, kur yüzenden çok pahalıya geliyor.
- (2023-10-04) Noah Trucano: It always helps me to write papers and format them with haste and with ease.
- (2023-10-03) Marek P: The extension works fine, however, it creates an insane amount of connections to its servers even if you don't use it/write anything. If you use your phone as a mobile hotspot it'll eat your data in no time. I wonder why so many connections and what data it collects and sales on you.
- (2023-09-29) Rahul Lengade: Thank you team, It is helping me to improve my written skills. Keep doing the great work
- (2023-09-28) Christina hildebrandt: I am in high school, and this makes essay writings very easy. I used to ignore the ads because I thought that they were exaggerating, but it is as good as they said. It is completely free and would 100% recommend.
- (2023-09-28) Auzuru: It was very good a few years ago but as of now there are SO MANY mistakes in every single sentence that it drives me crazy, what happened to this app lol.
- (2023-09-28) David Phillips: I like it and use it a lot. It has a hateful habit of closing down when I pause in my work (sometimes for some hours I concede). I need it to be active all the time. David
- (2023-09-27) Avinash Aithabathula: supper
- (2023-09-27) Nate 5: very annoying, when i want to click my sentences a massive window pops up, when Im typing a massive window pops up, it makes google docs unusable.
- (2023-09-26) FREDERICK JOSHUA P. PACLIBAR: It helps me a lot in writing essays, especially when I ran out of words or I couldn't get out the words in my mind, grammarly is there to help me.
- (2023-09-26) Jim Karlo Gesultura: Extremely helpful! If I just have some extra money, I'll give for the Grammarly team. Your work has been a great support to professionals like me.
- (2023-09-25) MurderChickenXL: It doesn't know how to spell some words and even mispells them, or uses the wrong word in the current context. It even uses incorrect grammar in some cases. It gets a lot right but there is a problem that I've gone over with support for a few years about how their edit icon blocks text near the end of a line, preventing you from seeing what you are typing. Their most recent reply was to use the Windows version instead. Why don't you guys just fix the damn extension instead?? No excuse for this kind of laziness. I will never use this extension again. There are simlar extensions that don't quite have the same features but that don't have these issues.
- (2023-09-25) Rosie Fischl: GRAMMARLY DOES NOT WORK IN GMAIL! It never works with Gmail, the one place I need it to work. I have uninstalled and reinstalled the Chrome extension at least a hundred times. I have changed the settings so I need to manually allow Grammarly extension access each and every time I open Gmail. I clear my cache and cookies every day. I have downloaded the desktop app. I have followed every support suggestion provided. Grammarly needs to get on the Google App Marketplace because it's absolutely worthless as a Chrome extension. I regret paying for the upgrade (which I was guaranteed would solve the Gmail issues....)
- (2023-09-24) Malman: It serves its purpose quite well!
- (2014-12-22, v:3.0.79) Jeff Davis: Spell Check Not Working
Grammarly spell checker was working great until last week. Can you please advise? System is windows 7 and google chrome.
- (2014-12-21, v:3.0.79) Nikki Effects: too big update
not sure if the recent size update is the best, I like it better when it was smaller and more discrete because it was easier to use. Perhaps a setting to make the corrector smaller if you want to would help?
- (2014-12-19, v:3.0.79) Davit Saroyan: Problem on particular sites
Hey! Is there any way to turn it off for particular sites?
- (2014-12-19, v:3.0.79) Maya: Opening window
I just downloaded the extension, and I'm trying to learn how to use it. How do you open the editing window?
- (2014-12-17, v:3.0.79) Robin Sentell: Problem with Source code editing in CMS
When I go to edit the source within our Wysiwig editor, the Grammarly plugin with do a page refresh, and then text will be superimposed upon itself making the source code unreadable. I have been using Grammarly for over a year. This is a new problem that came with the latest update. I am sure it effects many users because this is exactly the context that most people who do this kind of work would want an aid like Grammarly.
- (2014-12-17, v:3.0.79) barry w Goodwin: Grammarly
Grammarly dosen't want to work on facebook. It is loaded and on?
- (2014-12-16, v:3.0.79) Tracy Ingram: black overlay with close button
On quite a few sites I get this black overlay with a blue close button. I turn it off for the domain but it forgets everytime I go to another page. Very frustrating so every page on the site I have to turn off?
- (2014-12-15, v:3.0.79) Gregory perry: Thanks
I write a lot for my doctorate class and it is a life saver.
- (2014-12-12, v:3.0.79) peter dean: microsoft word
will not work with microsoft word if it did I would purchace it .
- (2014-12-11, v:3.0.76) Michael A. Giannelli: duplicate text
When I use Grammarly and it offers a "correction," it will frequently REPRODUCE (in their entirety) whole sentences I have typed or parts of sentences (in their entirety) I'm in the process of writing. Solution?.