Grammarly Mobile Application To Offer Synonyms While Texting

by StartupWorld Staff         

The digital writing assistant platform Grammarly has rolled out a new feature to its mobile app that offers suggestions on synonyms for the words you have typed.

The new tool is available for both android and IOS mobile applications. Through the new feature, users can learn new words and enrich their vocabulary. The users can choose alternative words that convey the intended meaning more precisely. 

“Today, we are enhancing the experience, introducing something new and fresh, and different, and distinctive, and notable. Synonyms are coming to the Grammarly keyboard,” noted the firm.

The company also reiterated how it's mobile keyboard made it easy for its users to compose high-quality, mistake-free messages on the go.

Found in 2009 by Alex Shevchenko, Dmytro Lider, and Max Lytvyn, Grammarly has become the most sought after writing tool for checking grammatical errors, spelling mistakes and detecting plagiarism.


The Grammarly software is used by more than 20 million people every day to enhance content quality. According to CrunchBase, the company has a total investment capital of $110 million, with an employee count of around 200.

The Grammarly software boasts a huge list of features that are used by prolific writers as well as novice writers. The company’s strategy has been apparent to bring in customers of varying vocabulary levels and offer features to support them all. 

While some of the features are free, you will have to subscribe to a paid membership to access the full features. You can avail the paid membership at a discounted price using grammarly coupons.

Grammarly came up with a new feature to its desktop app last month with the motive of increasing the engagement of the readers by enriching the vocabulary and clarity of the content.

The tool highlights parts and phrases of the content with different colors and offers alternative suggestions that would bring in more clarity. It also identifies repetitive words and features a list of suggestions that carry similar meaning.

Grammarly was also quick to address the fact that certain users might feel annoyed when suggestions pop up while they are typing the text. The firm stated that users could turn-on or turn-off the feature by visiting the app settings.


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