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Grammarly vs. Wordtune

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

Wordtune

Wordtune is a writing assistant that helps withn rephrasing and rewriting. It provides paraphrasing, including changing formality (casual or formal), shortening text, and expanding text. Developed by AI21 Labs, Wordtune has an accompanying application, Wordtune Read, that summarizes text.

Screenshot of example edits by Wordtune

Offerings

  • Free version provides 10 rewrites/day
  • Pro version has unlimited rewrites and includes casual/formal and shorten/expand
  • Team version has team billing

Reviews

Wordtune has 2,061 ratings and 1,000,000+ users on their Chrome Web Store with an average rating of 4.8 stars out of 5 (as of July 2022)

Pros

  • Provides high-quality paraphrases
  • Casual to formal can help with formal writing
  • "Shorten" feature can help make writing more concise

Cons

  • Very limited suggestions under free plan
  • Limited integrations; includes Chrome and MS Word

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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