Grammarly Keyboard

Grammarly Keyboard

By Grammarly, Inc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-11-02
  • Current Version: 1.0.18
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 119.44 MB
  • Developer: Grammarly, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 679 Ratings


Grammarly’s Mobile Keyboard is the personal editor you can take with you wherever you go. With hundreds of checks and features and seamless integration, Grammarly helps you type with ease in any app. Whether you’re sending an urgent email, important LinkedIn message, or essential Facebook post, you can write from your phone with confidence. Mistake-Free Writing – Sophisticated grammar checker – Contextual spelling checker – Advanced punctuation correction – Vocabulary enhancements and synonym finder Works Everywhere – Keyboard integrates smoothly with all apps – Easy to set up Improve Your Skills – See short, clear explanations for every correction – Helps you understand your mistakes and avoid them in the future A Better Auto-Correct – Keyboard lets you know when it auto-corrects your spelling – Helps you spot auto-correct fails before you hit send




  • How useful Grammarly is.

    By love grammer
    Grammarly is the best proofreading keyboard ever. I wish the premium was free. For me, Grammarly helps me do mine essay correctly. I use it every day. It has been helping me writing my VGC, for English, my paper or easy was on a Christmass Carol . One thing it needs that apple keyboard has is the microphone on the keyboard.
  • I’m disappointed

    By It's.brook_
    This particular company steal your information so they can get it. This is a third party company.
  • Am I missing something?

    By Lil Sandy Bottom
    I don’t really see the purpose to this since it does nothing different than autocorrect. I purposely skipped punctuation marks and misspelled words and... nothing. I even tried manually hitting the check button but, you guessed it, nothing. It found no mistakes. Really?? And that full access thing is not worth an app that doesn’t perform. Sorry.
  • Bad iOS keyboard

    By jeffwright7
    Trying to type this review on the Grammarly keyboard. I enjoy the spelling and grammar corrections. Overall though the keyboard for iOS is horrible. It does a dismal job of autocorrect. The keys are much time unresponsive. The app itself often leads to corrections which would not be necessary if the keyboard was more robust.
  • Champ!

    By jedbarish
    Been with Grammarly for couple years and pushed for mobile along with a desktop tool. It became the most important feature on my phone more than anything else :) Keep it up!
  • Won't even let me login or create an account

    By Bloodyrose473_!
    I already have an account with Grammarly, which is why I thought it was fantastic that they finally made an app for iPhones. So once I saw the email, I didn't hesitate to download. I tried to login to my account and it told me the email or password was incorrect. I went back to my email, checked which email it was sent to, then decided to reset my password. Once that was done, I tried logging in with the new password. No such luck. Getting a bit irritated, I decided to make a new account, which it would not let me do with Facebook, my other google account, or through regular sign up. Some key issues definitely need to be fixed on this app first. Good luck Grammarly team.
  • Restore dictation

    By Andrew Saunders
    Please add the dictation feature to the keyboard. I cannot make your keyboard my primary without it, and I love your products.
  • Add flow feature & dark theme like SwiftKey

    By Aiyaz2016
    Overall a nice app
  • Great Job

    By Rwalmart1
    Thank you so much for this app it is amazing .please add the Arabic language to this app. God bless all.
  • Incredibly helpful, could be even more so

    By Manilacillin
    The real-time spellcheck and whole-field grammatical checks are a joy to use. The keyboard doesn't feel quite so smooth as the native keyboard. It would be nice if they added three features: 1. One-handed keyboards 2. A dark/night theme 3. Gesture-based typing a la Gboard