- Rated 3 out of 5by Andrew Lohmann, 4 months agoNot this runs on many but not all combinations of browser and websites so I also use Language Tool. Some of the features get in the way but these tools are both very good.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 17557769, a year agoWorks well enough. I uninstalled it because I found its built-in ads for Grammarly premium to be annoying and mean-spirited. It pops up in emails saying something like, "Are you SURE you want to send this email with its ADVANCED ISSUES, like poor word choice and weak phrasing? Click here to try Grammarly Premium!" Like, go climb a tree, Grammarly. You're here to correct typos, not neg me into shelling out cash over non-existent "advanced issues" in perfectly good emails. Obnoxious app.
- Rated 3 out of 5by Just Me, 2 years agoGranted this add-on has bugs, it's still extremely useful for me since I have a nasty habit of pressing send before realizing I mistyped one word in the whole paragraph.
The added benefit of being able to go to the website via the extension is a nice short cut. The website has a few more features that comes in handy, but the add on alone has:
btw, I'm using the free version.
As for the bugs. Sometimes the words don't auto correct, but add the correct writing at the end of the misspelled word. The add-on doesn't work on all websites or documents. The logo for the add-on appears in the bottom right of all applicable word boxes, which can also be where an important button may be (like the send or emoji button.)
- Rated 3 out of 5by Firefox user 16971878, 3 years agoIt was working until Firefox updated recently around summer 2021. Now it does not do anything to help me in blackboard for my school on the web browser. :/