Best Grammar Checkers Free 2020Eric Merlin
We have listed down the best proofreading software and grammar check tools that are available in 2020. Instead of jotting down the set of tools to experiment with, we have already found the best and exclusive online tools for you in 2020. We will give you the best aspects of different grammar checking tools and will review the important aspects of them.
Nowadays most of the Grammar Checking Tools are free, however, such tools have limited features. Besides, such tools’ extensions are helpful for those who want to write emails, reports, presentations, and social media posts.
The Microsoft Word Online Grammar is available that correct most of the error, spellings and grammatical mistakes however one of the drawbacks of this tool is that it missed most of the grammar mistakes including a lost word in a sentence. The following are the top 5 best Grammar Checker Tools for 2020.
- White Smoke
- Pro Writing Aid
- Google Docs
Grammarly has free and premium versions and we have used both. It is one of the best tools for proof-reading to check errors in your writing. Besides, it is also available as a Chrome Extension. You can also use it via Chrome Web App, a desktop app for windows beside you can also use it on different platforms such as on Android and IOS. The free version of Grammarly is most recommended for bloggers, WordPress users, and for the peoples who are in low-budget.
Grammarly also works as a grammar checker tool. The online version of Grammarly is best for peoples who want to improve their grammar and their knowledge of the English language. The insights will take you to the depth and will provide you more detail about your writing in large descriptions.
Grammarly premium monthly subscription will cost you about 30$ approximately while the quarterly subscription cost is 20$ per month. However, they will charge one time at approximately $60. The Grammarly premium version will cost you around 140$ however in monthly calculations the cost is only 11.66$.
Grammarly provides you with the choice to send your work directly to human readers instead of bots. The main purpose to send the work to human readers is that they can analyze it more accurately and can give you the best results. However, it also costs. The cost is 0.02 to 0.12 cents depending on how quickly you get your work to be done. The various cons of Grammarly are:
- They advertise much on their software.
- The free version is limited.
Ginger is a tool of an Israeli market launched in 2007, making it one of the best grammar checkers of all times. Similar to the Grammarly, Ginger also offers free as well as premium grammar checking options as well as proofreading.
Like Grammarly, Ginger can be installed via Chrome Extension and it works online and check grammar wherever you write. Ginger works on advance like slack as well as basic platform and tools like Google, Bing, and Windows, WhatsApp and so on. Ginger will tell you the number of sentences, word count as well as character count for your text. Besides it also helps to fix the synonyms for commonly used words.
Ginger will tell you the spelling errors and grammar errors in your text by emphasizing them in blue. Similar to the Grammarly, Ginger will offer you the premium version for grammatical mistakes and fix more issues as compared to the free version.
Grammarly Vs Ginger
- It only tells you the grammar and spelling mistakes in the English language.
- Not Teach you the English language.
- Tells you the grammatical errors in the wide range of languages.
- It gives you various lessons on the English language.
3. White Smoke
White Smoke Company was set up in 2002, and they provide proofreading solutions for Windows and Mac at affordable prices. It is also regarded as one of the cheapest online proof-reading software. It is a useful tool for you if you are a blogger and want to check spellings, grammar, and punctuation mistakes in your text. The tool is very helpful for the non-English speakers however it is budget-tight.
Similar to the Grammarly and Ginger White Smoke is also compatible with most of the browsers and tools. Besides, the company also offers online grammar checking tools for android and IOS. However, you need internet access in such case.
Similar to the Grammarly and Ginger White Smoke also has the premium version with charges and in lieu, they offer you the additional support as well as apps for Mac, Windows, Gmail, and MS-Office. Similar to Grammarly the company updated its interface in 2018.
4. Pro Writing Aid
Most of our users and subscribers have asked us a lot of questions related to reviewing Pro Writing Aid, and since then we decided to experience this proof-reading software. Similar to the other grammar checking tools Pro Writing Aid can be installed on desktop as well as on the browser. Besides, the tool also has plugins for Google Docs and Word. Other than that of this it is very helpful if you want to improve your language.
Pro Writing Aid also includes a tool where you can gum your work and can check for errors. The best thing about this tool that is not available in other tools is that it offers a two-week trial. After that, they will cost you at the rate of 50$ per year. It is the cheapest grammatical checking tool on our list.
5. Google Docs
Google Docs is an online word editing tool however it is also a grammar and punctuation checker tool. Instead, the grammar and punctuation are built right into Google Docs. This tool checks grammatical errors in your text before your press the publish button or send it to someone else.
However, one of the drawbacks of Google Docs is that it is suitable only for short texts and it is not recommended for the files with hundreds of lines. Various pros and cons of Google Docs are
- No Installation Required
- Less Accurate than other tools.
- Slower as compared to other grammar checkers.