Grammarly - Keyboard & Editor 4+

English grammar and writing

Grammarly, Inc

    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Whether you're tapping out a quick email or writing up a long report, Grammarly’s real-time writing feedback will help you make sure your work is tip-top. The keyboard for iPhone and iPad works in all your apps, no copy and pasting required. The Safari extension has you covered when you type on websites. Plus, with a document editor and personal writing statistics, you can take your writing to the next level.

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Real-time writing suggestions
- Sophisticated spelling and grammar checker
- Synonym finder and vocabulary enhancer
- Suggestions for streamlining wordy sentences and improving clarity

A simple keyboard that works in all your apps
- Real-time writing suggestions
- Tone detection
- Multiword text predictions
- Smart autocorrect
- Emoji predictions and search bar

A Safari extension for typing on websites
- Spelling and grammar checker

A document editor for long-form writing
- Comprehensive writing feedback
- Easy cloud-based document management
- Personal writing statistics
- Compatible with hardware keyboards

Go beyond correctness and clarity with Grammarly Premium
Grammarly Premium offers additional suggestions designed to make your writing more engaging and effective. You can get Grammarly for all your devices and access your Premium features everywhere by simply signing in to your account.

Payment will be charged to the account associated with your Apple ID when you confirm your purchase. Your subscription will automatically renew unless you cancel at least 24 hours before the end of the current period. If you don’t cancel within that time, your account will be charged for renewal. You can manage your subscription by going to your account settings in the App Store after purchase.

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What’s New

Version 2.1.0

This release has some significant improvements! We’re excited to share that we’ve added support for widgets and quick actions to bring more Grammarly functionality to the home screen. Documents now also load faster. Bugs we fixed include: crashes involving hardware keyboards on iPad, English dialect not updating on iPhone, and a stuck backspace issue.

Grammarly works best on iOS 15.4 or higher. If you haven’t updated your OS yet, we recommend doing so to ensure you keep receiving suggestions to help strengthen your writing wherever you type.

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
44.6K Ratings

44.6K Ratings

scastío ,

Four Stars

Ever since I subscribed to Grammarly six months ago, I found myself feeling frustrated about one thing in particular: there was no way to access my Grammarly dashboard on my iPhone. Yes, I could use the Grammarly keyboard, but that was it. Last week that all changed when Grammarly finally introduced an editor for IOS. Finally, I was able to access my dashboard, and it made me feel like I would be writing a lot more, but there’s one detail that is making me a bit crazy and one that I cannot overlook: the lack of space to place a title when creating a new document. I reached out to Grammarly via Twitter, and they said that the title is from the text at the start of a document. I’ve tried quite a few times, but this doesn’t work for me. I’m almost sure that quite a few people are having the same problem. It’s a small detail, but it’s an annoying one. I cannot believe that Grammarly’s design team didn’t include a spot for a title when starting a new document. Unfortunately, this small detail keeps me from giving the new IOS editor five stars.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for sharing your experience with us. Could you please submit a request via with a screen recording? Our team is happy to investigate why the text at the start of the document isn't becoming your document title by default.

Tainted Blue ,

Wish it didn't lag

I use grammarly online all the time and I love it. But the iPhone version is laggy. It doesn't pick up all of my keystrokes the way the stock keyboard or even other third party keyboards do. It often misses when I hit the space bar and some other random letters and it just overall feels sluggish trying to keep up with my typing.

Another big problem that made me switch away from using it was its insistence on correcting the same word over and over and over and over and over again unless I typed exactly what I wanted and then selected the "quoted" version of it above. I'm used to the stock keyboard knowing that if I typed something a certain way and it corrects it, when I backspace and type it again the same way, it was intentional. Grammarly doesn't understand this and corrects it over and over unless you go out of your way to tell it that spelling was intentional. As someone who types fairly fast, I got irritated really quickly having the app correcting me in that way, especially when most of the time they weren't even spelling mistakes, but correctly spelled words that it assumed we're spelling errors due to it trying to predict the sentence.

I preferred grammarly simply because I could type out a whole chunk of text and it would then give me suggestions on how to fix my mistakes at the end. For me, having to monitor the app's corrections as I type defeats the purpose. And the sluggish response kills it for me.

Developer Response ,

Thanks for reporting this! Would you mind submitting a support ticket via so we can work on this together?

oktechgiant ,

Overrated & under delivers

Honestly, not to knock grammarly, but for the price of their services you would think the keyboard functionality would be more efficient. Just for starters I'm finger swiping through this review w/ GBoard and typing faster than I can think of what I'm typing. The fact grammarly doesn't have a swift style typing function when every other free keyboard does is ridiculous. I mean if the base keyboard doesn't have any of the features every other keyboard offers, its automatically a second tier keyboard so you would think as a base offering they would include swipe to type, themes, etc. As for the premium features, that's where all the appeal is. The unfortunate part though is that their premium subscription model is really absurd for the value you're actually receiving for that premium. As is with most apps that are pay to play these days, I don't mind paying a monthly premium for something that actually makes my life easier on a day to day basis. But unless you're a journalist or some profession where writing is the primary task being performed, paying $12 /month for your keyboard to tell you how bad you are writing isn't really worth it. Lol if it was only a few bucks then sure but honestly this app is the epitome of an unnecessary expense. They could do much more for what they're asking for their service. But that's just my opinion try it for yourself

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