Grammarly for Safari

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  • Last Updated: 2020-11-23
  • New version: 9.22
  • File size: 46.54 MB
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.12 or later. and Android 4.4. KitKat or later

Grammarly for Safari

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Grammarly for Safari is an iPhone and Android Productivity App, made by Grammarly, Inc. Today, it has gone through many interations by the developers - Grammarly, Inc, with the latest current version being 9.22 which was officially released on 2020-11-23. As a testament to the app's popularity or lack thereof, it has gathered a total of 0 Reviews on the Apple App Store alone, with an average user rating of 0 out of a possible 5 stars.

How does it Work?

By installing the extension, you agree to Grammarly’s Terms and Conditions ( and acknowledge that you have read Grammarly's Privacy Policy ( California residents, please see the California Privacy Notice ( From grammar and spelling to style and tone, Grammarly helps you eliminate writing errors and find the perfect words to express yourself. You’ll get real-time feedback from Grammarly on Gmail, Google Docs, Twitter, LinkedIn, and nearly everywhere else you find yourself writing. Grammarly is a writing assistant that offers you specific suggestions to help you improve your writing — and it goes way beyond grammar. You can be confident that your writing is not only correct, but clear and concise, too. Be sure to register your account to receive a personalized writing report each week to help you track your progress and identify improvement areas. • NEW: A simple, guided editing process Grammarly now prioritizes suggestions based on your personal settings and how a reader will likely respond to your message. With an improved layout that organizes your writing feedback by theme, you’ll be able to understand at a glance not only what you can improve, but also why those improvements can help your reader. • High-quality writing A spelling checker can catch typos. A grammar checker can catch grammatical mistakes. But good writing is more than just proper grammar and spelling. Grammarly helps you fix grammar, spelling, and punctuation issues, and it can also help you revise sentences that are grammatically correct but wordy and unclear. • Works where you do Grammarly for Safari is compatible with the text fields on most websites, including Gmail, Google Docs, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Wordpress, and millions of others. Once you add Grammarly to Safari, you’ll start seeing writing suggestions as you type. • Trusted by millions of users Business professionals, students, writers, bloggers, and plenty of people who just want to write better trust Grammarly to help them produce their best work. • Grammarly Premium Grammarly Premium offers comprehensive feedback, designed to help you meet the highest standards. Its suggestions elevate the quality of your writing through full-sentence rewrites to improve your clarity, word choice enhancements, tone adjustments, and more. Grammarly Premium works where you do to help you make the best impression with your writing. • Detect your tone Grammarly’s built-in tone detector helps you figure out how your message will come across to readers. That means you’ll have the opportunity to add a little more confidence, friendliness, or whatever the situation calls for before you hit send. • Multilingual speakers Grammarly helps multilingual speakers sound their best in English with tailored suggestions to improve grammar and idiomatic phrasing. In addition to offering general fluency assistance, Grammarly can offer tailored suggestions for writing issues common among Spanish, Hindi, Mandarin, French, and German speakers. Tailored suggestions for other language backgrounds are on the way! • Grammarly in the news PCMag: “Grammarly analyzes writing and suggests improvements. Despite its name, Grammarly is much more than just a grammar checker.” Forbes: “Grammarly quickly and easily makes your writing better and makes you sound like a pro, or at least helps you avoid looking like a fool.” Business Insider: “Grammarly is a great tool for freelancers who specialize in freelance writing, but it's also useful for any freelancer who needs to communicate concisely and professionally.”

Top Reviews

  • Not complete

    By William – Weber
    Does not recognize common acronyms such as Psy.D. Irratating. Goes back to errors from you have set to not applicable or wrong. Freeky. Single letters such as 's' in 'is' are OK. Context engine could be improved. Many other issues. ometimes hard to control in especially technical papers except much of the word formatting disappears from Grammerly to other superior word processors. Huh? Good product and they are improving it in time.
  • I think she would be proud of me now...

    By tdprincehorn
    Grammar never was easy, nor that successful for me in my school years, especially high school. My English teacher's name was Miss Cassia. She was a great person and a fantastic educator that I realized when getting help from her after school. She and the football coach had an agreement. At the start of practice, running and calisthenics, she would work with me, with my uniform on in the library every day before practice. While we communicated about English, I did my warm-ups at the same time. I'll never forget her. To this day, I think of her when I am writing. I ended up being a creative director in advertising. I'd like to think she would be proud of me and her efforts, allowing me to communicate effectively.
  • Worth the cost!

    By gcarola
    No one wanted to edit my college papers as I earned my bachelors degree. One of my instructors recommended Grammarly. I have been a fan ever since. I write a lot of genealogy research papers - they are often "past tense." I have to ignore the hints to change wording. Also, Grammarly won't always know when you should have used a different word - that is a user error. The service cannot fix every problem, but it makes editing a whole lot faster! I continue to pay the yearly fee so that my children can use it. Last year I showed a college age daughter the benefits of Grammarly. She no longer asks me to review her college assignments. It's a win-win situation!
  • SAME ERRORS as the Desktop App (MacOs) -- Going back to errors fixed and more

    By Dnev1551
    It will revert back to errors that I previously dismissed, acting as if I didn't dismiss them already. They then will randomly appear in a anywhere from 30-60seconds. It's very annoying. Also, if I go back to a place where I already have accepted or dismissed all errors, and insert something, it doesn't re-check the change; for instance I purposely intserted a "th" in a sentence instead of "the" and it didn't catch it. PLEASE FIX. These EXACT SAME ERRORS also occur in the Grammarly Desktop App (MacOS)! Please fix these! It's taking 10 times longer now becuase I havre to keeep dismissing previous errors I already dismissed and if I insert something in areas that Grammarly already has checked. It will not re-check those changes made; it acts as if anything inserted doesn't exist!!!
  • Doesn't work for Safari/ Work in progress?

    By Leigh Clayborne
    I have the Chrome extension on my Mac. Perfect. But the Safari ext. seems to be under construction. I am communicating the issues just in case this is a finished product and I'll change the review when fixed. Sadly, It's missing the side bar where you look at readability and can choose to view one type of improvement at a time. That's critical to effective editing. Also, any change I make in the Grammarly pop-up is gone once I return to my webpage, either by "return to webpage" feature in the popup or by clicking off of the popup. Chrome ext. saves these changes even if I just click off the window. I cannot figure out how to save the changes when I close the popup. Also, i don't see where I can report incorrect suggestions so that Grammarly can continue to improve the app. For example, "fast-food" with a hyphen is correct, according to Grammarly. I have never in my life seen fast food hyphenated. I regularly report things like this to Grammarly on the website and in Chrome. Thank you for taking a look at these issues.
  • No More Excuses

    By Practigal
    I have been a Grammerly user for over a year. I am a very good writer and know grammer rules by heart BUT, I always lost an inordinate amount of time proofreading because I am a crap-typist perfectionist with ADD. Grammerly points me to all those errors and saves me buckets of time. Anyone not using this (or a similarly robust app) is simply lazy and I am sick of reading their errors! Journalists, editors, bloggers hear me now! This will save you the embarrassment of publishing something with missing words, wrong words (it can detect context), and make you a better writer! Use it, PLEEEASE.
  • Battery Hog and Takes up Too Much Screen Space

    By Mezimm7656
    The program is crippled and I wish they would fix it. First, the program takes up WAY to much screen space. I like to write with the app in 1/2 of the screen and safari on the other 1/2. I'm on a 15" MBP. But Grammarly won't let me reduce the screen below 75%. It's stupid. Makes no sense whatsoever. Second, I don't need it constantly checking my work because this kills the battery. Let me write, then enable a feature when I'm done to have it check my work. That would save so much battery life. Until these features are implemented, my review stands at 3 stars.
  • Cannot log in to extension

    By MarkKimoto
    This extension is available to download for Safari 12, but once it is downloaded, I cannot log-in to Grammarly to use the extension. This is very misleading because if I am able to download the extension I should be able to use it. I have been using Grammarly for years and it is a wonderful application, but the extension simply does not work. I originally had the older version of it, which worked great, but Grammarly Support had me remove that version and install this one that does not work. As the extension is the most important feature of Grammarly for me, this is very disappointing. If you have macOS 12 and Safari 12, do not download this.
  • I love it - until it updates.

    By Jboriophft
    I love grammarly. I use it regularly as a communication student, I am ALWAYS writing. It is especially great when I send emails to my bosses and it fixes things I may have over looked in a rush. My only issue is that I primarily use Safari (not a big Chrome or Firefox fan because I have a Mac). Recently grammarly update and when I have gone to update, the program won't download onto my extensions and now I am sadly without grammarly. I have had this issue everytime grammarly does an update - I just wish I didn't have to go through this stuggle every time. Grammarly, can you please fix this?
  • Love love love!

    By M. Valentino
    Grammarly was quick to prove its worth. It's the particular refinement, subtle but sharp, that makes it indispensable—polishing the edges of stubborn bad habits turning good into extraordinary. I can't imagine sending any important communication without a once over from Grammarly. Even the smallest of punctuation adjustments or nudges in syntax transform the writing. It won't make laureates out of Luddites, but it can be the difference between sounding like an Audi or sounding like a Porsche. A fantastic bit of kit for any professional.

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