Have you ever made a mitsake in your writing?
Sure you have, you’re only human, right? But there are some mistakes that are easier to spot then others (the transposing of the ‘t’ and ‘s’ in “mistake” above for example – did you spot it?)
Did you? Great stuff – but did you notice that I’d written “then’ instead of “than”? Grammarly did.
This is the awesome thing about Grammarly, it’s not just about spelling, it checks errors.
Grammarly boasts being able to help you write mistake-free on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and nearly anywhere else you write on the web. All those to, too and two…there, their and they’re…your and you’re…all a thing of the past.
It’s an online service that quickly and easily makes your writing better and makes you sound like a pro, or at least helps you avoid looking like a fool.
We all use Grammarly here at Hypestar because it’s awesome, helpful and dead easy to set up. Adding it to your favourite browser (Chrome, Firefox, Edge or Safari) means that it’s always there, ready to help, to keep you from “looking like a fool”. If you’d like to try it (it’s free) for yourself, you can install Grammarly here.