Bewertet mit 4 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 18157935, vor 3 Monaten
I do a LOT of writing, a large amount of it as short essays, and commenting on YouTube and social media platforms. It is very important to me to compose texts using the best language grammar, spelling, punctuation, etc. I primarily write English text, but also German, Spanish, and French respectively. I also use a lot of Latin phrases, but being very new to this extension/app, I don't know if it is supported. I have read many reviews about this extension. So far, I've been using it on all my compositions, to the limit allowed in the free version. I just need to clean up, and check for errors, as I appreciate and consider any suggestions it makes. So far I love it. Any flaws I might have seen are quite petty, and I easily work around them. I consider myself able to command English, and language in general with well above average power. Nevertheless, this extension is already helping me improve. I give for stars, to allow room for well deserved improvements, which I KNOW are coming. Then I will upgrade to Premium. This is a fine App. IMO.
- Bewertet mit 5 von 5 Sternenvon Lucas Dondo, vor 2 TagenI absolutely love it! It even looks for onomatopoeias, and when writing in Spanish (my main language) and I look for more information over some correction made, it redirects me directly to RAE's explanation! So, so, so, so, so nice! 🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩🤩
P.D.: RAE is the "Real Academia Española", like English's Cambridge.
P.D.: Oh, and I wait for the Android app!
- Bewertet mit 1 von 5 Sternenvon Firefox-Benutzer 14493762, vor 7 TagenPerfect!
If you like all the text you write sent to advertisers and shady third parties.
Can't understand how it's still in the "Recommended" section. Mozilla WTAF.
Antwort des Entwicklersgeschrieben am vor 7 TagenYou're probably confusing the add-on and the website. On the website, we use several common tools that almost everybody else uses, e.g. Google Analytics. You're of course free to call that "shady". The add-on doesn't use Google Analytics, and I'm not sure what you refer to as "shady third parties".