Grammarly Keyboard

Grammarly Keyboard

By Grammarly, Inc

  • Category: Productivity
  • Release Date: 2017-11-02
  • Current Version: 1.0.22
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 119.94 MB
  • Developer: Grammarly, Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires Android / iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
From 1,503 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




  • Love it!!

    By Grammarly!!!!!!!
    Grammarly is awesome! Not only does it fix your mistakes, but it tells you what you did wrong. I have to type almost everything for school. Plus, it's easy to download. And it's free. Some people will say the app is ”free”, but after a day of using it, it makes you pay money. Easy to use, free, and you can type with confidence. I would definitely download this app!!!
  • It Is good!

    By akyelim
    I just wish is free!
  • For writers in the bloom

    By DrLeeR
    This is wonderfully sugesstive and can complement your path. I am in the middle of writing these books and will start using this app as my only edit in unprinted text. To the writer in most of us “enjoy” and write something, anything, every day. 🦅🐎🙏
  • Keyboard

    By Tiredofpickingnames
    Works for those who have an iPad without a keyboard. If you use an iPad Pro with Apple’s keypad it’s a NO CAN DO ... unless you work outside of landscape mode.
  • Intrusive

    By Ardent Octopus
    Once I read how they could see all my information including credit cards and could use my information for targeted marketing I decide to delete it! Also, it was missing some very simple corrections. The plus side is it’s very clear what they can do so make your own determination.
  • No account

    By dsm6
    Yet another app that requires you to create an account. Or use fakebook or some other awful app to login. Forget it!
  • Add mic functions and get fix the ”Dont” bug

    By TJ1632
    I would really like to see the mic button added to the Grammarly keyboard. The ”Dont” bug that I'm referencing is whenever I type ”dont” it is automatic auto corrected to a capital D regardless of the position in a sentence. Instead it should learn the that the word ”dont” is in the middle of a sentence and only try to add the ’ for grammar correction (not capitalizing the D). Also, the force touch for fast scrolling on the keyboard to run through past typed text should not just scroll by direction left and right but also up and down between layers.
  • Mousetrap

    By vato99
    I couldn’t even install the app - the app asked me to select a keyboard using the emoji on my keyboard; guess what? The emoji doesn’t exist. How about just asking me to select a value rather than an emoji. Sheesh
  • Keyboard increases misspellings!

    By GRRRR32
    I like what it does but the keyboard causes more spelling errors than it corrects. Very frustrating.
  • Confused

    By Mac Daddy RB
    I have used Grammarly on my computer for many years, and I love it. I use it at, and it makes my life so much more efficient. It is one of those apps that just works, and does a great job at it. However, I realized that the only reason I really use it on is that does not allow for the built in auto correct from a Mac to work, so I need something else to fix my mistakes. So I have to go back to each word and correct them using Grammarly after I’m finished. It is fine, and I don’t mind it, and it is actually satisfying when I do it. It works great. However, it is not as fast as if I was using auto correct we it just fixes the word as you are typing (or after too move on to the next word). All that said, the iPhone Grammarly app is not as good, in that the AutoCorrect is far worse than the built in iPhone AutoCorrect, so I am actually going backward. I thought this app would make things more efficient, but it is actually making me less efficient. The built-in iPhone keyboard AutoCorrect is pretty good, though not perfect. The Grammarly built-in auto correct keyboard is awful, I’m just not sure how this got out of beta. I say that with respect. I really want to use and like it. Also, without a microphone button, this is useless to me. I really want to love this app, but I am just not sure how this is better than using the built-in autocorrect. Maybe I’m missing something?