Writing can be one of the most boring things in the world according to some people. Though I don’t completely agree with this statement, I can’t really blame them if they didn’t have the interest and patience to write. It can be because they didn’t have a great experience writing journals and other written requirements during their school days.
It could also be because they prefer dancing, acting, singing, or sports than sit in one corner and write. But for some who have a passion on writing, writing is our way of expressing our feelings. It is our way of releasing our brains’ creative juices and connecting with other people. We inspire people through writing. But it’s still not too late to try and develop your skills in writing.
Top 3 Free Grammar Apps
To help you improve your writing and come up with a content that you can be proud of, these are the top grammar apps that you can use for FREE:
If you never heard of Grammarly before, it is one of the most popular grammar apps today. Why? Aside from the fact that you can create your own account here for free, it compiles every file that you run on it online. Thus, you can go back and retrieve your old files anytime or even download it. It also offers a desktop-integrated option so you can edit your content offline.
Let this app correct your spelling, typographical errors, punctuation, tenses, repetition, and contextual spelling.
Ginger Software is a comprehensive language and grammar checker for free. You can access it online, or download it on your desktop. Aside from correcting grammar errors, it also provides correction on phonetic spelling errors so your writing can look smoother and natural. Ginger can also translate your content for more than 40 languages and give practice courses based on the errors it detected from your work.
Named after Ernest Hemingway, Hemingway is an online grammar tool that has a terse ability to improve your writing. It also features font editors, level of readability, reading time, the total number of letters, characters, words, sentences, and paragraphs.
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