Rated 4 out of 5
4 Stars out of 5
by Firefox user 14947575, a year ago
Rated 3 out of 5
I'm very happy to have Grammarly for some things. It gives me an extra layer when writing or editing articles in Word or online. But when I'm working online, it causes problems in my browser (Firefox). I haven't tried using it with other browsers such as Chrome, but I will. I keep getting a message that Grammarly is causing pages to hang or otherwise have problems. So I stop the program, and I'm guessing it starts again and has the same problem. Otherwise, I appreciate Grammarly. It's not perfect, and you shouldn't expect it to be, because it's not human. You need to be able to see when it's on the wrong track. It's made me more aware of habits I have and of things I had missed in English class way back in high school.
- by Mixpal, 3 days agoRated 1 out of 5I thought that this was a great grammar tool, but when I Started watching a video, The video would just not appear. And when I removed Grammarly, The video worked absolutely fine. I was not signed in, so My guess is that If you don't sign up/in, they will break the website you are on.
- by What???, 13 days agoRated 1 out of 5Very inaccurate, but one of the better ones though which doesnt say much. they all are sheet.
This add-on insists on creating and storing nasty cookies. It interferes with adblockers too. It provides slightly better spell check results than FF which is pathetically useless. How could FF have such a poor native spell check?
Since there's no way for this add-on can't run without you first connecting and accepting cookies from your gmail account, it's uninstalled.