Google Docs has at all times been a reasonably competent, free different to Microsoft Phrase and now it’s getting a bit smarter with a grammar checker by the use of Grammarly.
Grammarly, which spots typing and grammar errors as you kind, is formally coming to Google Docs. The service has been in a closed beta for a while now, however now it’s coming to all Chrome customers, with entry rolling out in waves.
To get entry you’ll first must set up Grammarly for Chrome and log into (or join one) your account with the extension. Opening any doc in Google Docs and checking for a Grammarly brand on the underside proper of your browser window will let you recognize for those who’ve been given entry.
Apparently, it wasn’t too way back when Google introduced it was creating an AI-powered grammar checker of its personal in that will have taken on Grammarly. We’re simply glad that Google Docs is getting a extra sturdy grammar and spelling checker.