Grammarly is one service I use every day, and I had to stop using Edge mostly because there was no support for it, but not anymore. It was already available in other browsers like Safari and Chrome, and this is where I was stuck for writing almost anything. So if you have been waiting, here is how to download Grammarly for Microsoft Edge.
Download Grammarly for Microsoft Edge for Free
The app has been listed on the Microsoft Edge extension store, and all you need to do is click on the install button, and it will appear in the browser right away. Once done, you can sign in with your account. The extension does support premium membership if you have one.
Just in case if you never heard about it, it actually fixes your grammar, tells you why your sentences carried some other meaning otherwise and give you a deep insight. Here is the list of features:
- Contextual spelling checker Grammarly detects correctly spelled words used in the wrong context.
- It can fix most common mistakes like it and its.
- It can also fix the subject-verb agreement, article use, and modifier placement.
- And if you decided to for premium service, you can fix additional mistakes.
- You can Enable or disable checking on domains (websites) of your choice.
- It can detect plagiarism and get citation suggestions.
- Depending on what you write, you can adjust the suggestion for academic, technical, creative, and more.
The best part of the Grammarly plugin is that it works on everything where you can type. It doesn’t matter if it’s Facebook social updates, tweets, or wiring a blog post; it can warn you with a red circle with mistake count, which you can fix right away.
If you are using Grammarly Premium, it will work as well, and you will get all the extra suggestions right on the browser. The only thing that is missing is the plagiarism checker.