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Your membership allows access to Grammarly on up to five different devices. Therefore, you don’t need to purchase a new subscription or create a new account if you’d like to use Grammarly on your new device. To access the Grammarly Editor on a different device, simply log in to your Grammarly account at https://app.grammarly.com/. To learn more about the Grammarly Editor, check out this article. Be sure to use the email address associated with your Grammarly account. If you forgot your password, use this link to reset it.
Grammarly offers a mobile keyboard that allows you to access writing suggestions on Android and iOS devices. On iOS, you can also access the Grammarly iPhone Editor and Grammarly for Safari on iPhone all bundled into a single app. All iOS devices running iOS 11.2 or newer are supported. You can install Grammarly on your device by following these instructions. Grammarly for Safari on iPhone is only available on devices running iOS 15 or newer. As for Android, Grammarly is compatible with all devices running Android 7.0 (Nougat) or newer. Tablets are supported as well.
Currently, Grammarly supports only the English language. With that being said, Grammarly recognizes a number of spelling, grammar, and punctuation differences in American, British, Canadian, and Australian English. You can change your language preference at https://account.grammarly.com/customize/language. You can also set up your language preference in Grammarly for Windows and Mac: Click the floating Grammarly widget. Then, click the gear icon in the upper-right corner of the pop-up. Go to Customization and select your preferred option next to I write in. To learn more about the Language preference feature, please visit this page.
Device limitation Your membership allows access to Grammarly on up to five different devices. To access the service on a new device, please see this page. Document limitation In any 30-day period, you can check up to 300 documents or 150,000 words. In any 24-hour period, you can check up to 100 documents or 50,000 words. This is true for both free and Premium accounts. (If you are an enterprise subscriber, this restriction applies to each of your authorized users.) Page limitation You can check up to 100,000 characters (including spaces) at a time when you use the Grammarly Editor at www.grammarly.com. If you are using Grammarly for Windows or Grammarly for Mac, then there is no limit aside from any imposed by your text editor. Upload limitation You can upload a document of up to 100,000 characters (including spaces) to the Grammarly Editor. Your document's file size shouldn't exceed 4 MB. Supported document types are Microsoft Word (.doc, .docx), OpenOffice (.odt), .txt, and .rtf. Note: At this time, PDF, Latex, and Markdown file formats are not supported.
At this time, Grammarly does not make recommendations about the formatting of your text. This means that we are unable to enforce a specific writing style such as APA, MLA, or Chicago, nor can we correct the formatting of your citations.
Grammarly is an online application, which means your computer must be connected to the internet. Grammarly requires a stable internet connection to analyze your text and provide suggestions.
Grammarly has developed sophisticated but efficient algorithms to analyze your text. These algorithms, combined with powerful, cloud-based computers, allow us to process large amounts of text both accurately and quickly. Although it only takes a few seconds, Grammarly thoroughly analyzes your work and provides comprehensive feedback.
The Grammarly Keyboard needs full access in order to connect to the internet. The keyboard needs an internet connection because we use powerful servers to check your text and provide corrections. Without full access, you can still type with the keyboard, but Grammarly can’t check your text and provide writing suggestions. The Grammarly Keyboard only checks the text you type while using it. This means that Grammarly does not see information from any of your other keyboards, including the default keyboard for iOS. We know that what you write on your phone is private, so we have encryption and several other measures in place to make sure it stays that way. Grammarly’s product is blocked from accessing text in fields marked “sensitive.” This means that the Grammarly Keyboard does not see anything typed in credit card forms, password fields, URL fields, email address fields, or fields where similar private information is provided.
No. Text typed on Grammarly is not indexed on the web, so your text will not show up as plagiarized
Yes! To add Grammarly to Microsoft Word Online, follow these instructions: Open a blank Microsoft Word Online document. Open the Insert menu and click Get Add-ins or Store. Enter Grammarly in the search field and press Enter. Next to the listing for Grammarly for Microsoft Word, click Add. It might take up to ten seconds for Grammarly to appear in Microsoft Word Online. Once it appears, please find the Grammarly tab on the Microsoft Word toolbar and press Open Grammarly.