OK, so I heard the hype and hard to try it. Grammarly promises to be one of the best writing apps of all time.
The writing interface is very clean and minimal however it does lack a few things; mainly Markdown support. Not that you can’t write in Markdown with Grammarly, however, it doesn’t have previews or syntax knowledge to move # for headings out into the margins.
Grammar and Spell Checking
This is where Grammarly really shines. It doesn’t just correct your writing it explains why so you actually learn from your mistakes.
The way is is beautifully handled in the editor with the suggestions been only a click away in the right-hand margin. The suggestions are smart and actually work well.
There are some shortcomings and it’s not just the price of the premium offering which is a little steep at $30 a month.
The big drawback is writing on the web. An API to allow developers to integrate the technology into other applications and a Safari extension won’t go a miss.