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Ginger vs. Grammarly

Ginger

Ginger is an AI writing assistant that helps correct texts and improve style. Besides grammar checking, Ginger also includes rephrasing and synonym functionality. It includes add-ins for various programs as well as school and business editions.

Screenshot of example edits by Ginger

Offerings

  • Free version provides definitions and limited corrections
  • Premium version provides unlimited grammar checking corrections, synonyms, and sentence rephrasing
  • Does not have any enterprise plans

Reviews

Ginger has 1,600 ratings and 700,000+ users on their Chrome Web Store with an average rating of 3.7 stars out of 5 (as of May 2022)

Pros

  • Premium offering includes rephrasing through Ginger Rephraser
  • Includes advanced synonyms
  • Provides a Microsoft Office add-in
  • Provides translation between 40+ languages

Cons

  • Limited to just grammar checking as there is no snippets/macros or suggested responses tools
  • Limited functionality for teams; built mainly for personal use as there is no enterprise plan or dashboard analytics
  • Does not provide a style guide or tone prediction
  • Limited security certifications; does not provide HIPAA compliance or SOC 2 certification information

Grammarly

Grammarly is an extremely popular cloud-based writing assistant that provides spelling and grammar checking across a number of applications. Grammarly also provides a tone prediction tool and a plagiarism checker along with an editor on its website.

Screenshot of example edits by Grammarly

Offerings

  • Free version is meant for casual writing as it only provides basic writing suggestions for spelling, grammar, punctuation, and conciseness
  • Premium version is meant for students or working professionals and includes a lot more features such as tone adjustments, advanced suggestions, and word choice
  • Enterprise plan is meant for accounts with 50+ users and gives team management tools such as style guide, snippets, and analytics dashboard

Reviews

Grammarly has 41,641 reviews and 10,000,000+ users on their Chrome Web Store with an average rating of 4.5 stars out of 5 (as of May 2022)

Pros

  • The most well-known and widely used grammar application
  • Clean and easy-to-use integration UI
  • Website editor with additional checking functionality
  • Includes plagiarism checker to check writing assignments against 16 billion webpages

Cons

  • Not focused on business use cases
  • Currently only supports English
  • Frequently suggests rule-based recommendations
  • Does not provide direct API access

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Integrations
MS Word (Win/Mac)
MS Outlook (Win/Mac)
Google Docs
Products & Features
Style Guide
Tone Prediction
Autocomplete
Snippets / Macros
Suggested Responses
Customization
Built for Sales
Built for Support
Multiple Languages
Custom Models
Security
HIPAA
SOC 2 (Type II)
API Access
Self-Hosting