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Linguix vs. LanguageTool

Linguix

Linguix is an AI-based writing assistant that offers a spelling and grammar checker, plagiarism checker, shortcuts, and paraphraser. Like many of the other grammar tools, Linguix offers a variety of browser integrations as well as integrations for popular software such as Microsoft Word and Outlook.

Screenshot of example edits by Linguix

Offerings

  • Free plan provides basic grammar, punctuation checks and spelling suggestions
  • Premium version offers more tools including advanced suggestions, snippets, and synonyms
  • Enterprise plan offers teams style guides, shared documents, and analytics dashboard
  • Compatible with mobile devices for both iOS and Android

Reviews

Linguix has 292 ratings and 40,000+ users on their Chrome Web Store with an average rating of 4.6 stars out of 5 (as of May 2022)

Pros

  • Includes snippet shortcuts to help save time
  • Provides thesaurus and language learning features
  • Includes paraphraser tool to give you different variations of a sentence
  • Gives personalized language training so you can learn from your own mistakes
  • Offers a private mode where writing is deleted

Cons

  • Limited security certifications, no evidence of SOC 2 or HIPAA compliance
  • Not focused on business use cases, e.g. sales or support

LanguageTool

LanguageTool is a multilingual grammar and spell checker. It includes an open-source edition as well as a premium business edition. The key languages support included English, German, Spanish, French, and Portuguese.

Screenshot of example edits by LanguageTool

Offerings

  • Free version provides basic grammar, punctuation, and style checking
  • Premium version has enhanced grammar, punctuation, and style checking as well as suggestions to improve style and tone, add-in for Microsoft Word, and add-on for Google Docs
  • Enterprise version provides everything the premium version does along with user management

Reviews

LanguageTool has 7,370 ratings and 1,000,000+ users on their Chrome Web Store with an average rating of 4.8 stars out of 5 (as of May 2022)

Pros

  • Can detect of incorrect names and titles in e-mails as well as incorrect numbers
  • Supports multiple languages
  • Separately there exists an open-source offering

Cons

  • Free version only provides checking for 10,000 characters of text
  • Premium version only allows up to 100,000 characters per text field
  • Grammar checker has limited capabilities as it has rule-based recommendations
  • Not focused on business use cases

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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