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Grammarly now works with Word for Mac and on the web

Grammarly, a popular text editing tool that provides spellchecking and other features, is now available for Word on Mac and Word on the web. The newly-added compatibility was announced in a blog post by the team behind Grammarly.

Grammarly has previously been available for Microsoft Word, but only the Windows version, as well as being an extension for most popular web browsers and a keyboard app on iOS and Android. However, the Mac version of Word wasn't supported until now, and on the web, not every website necessarily works with it right off the bat. Back in 2018, support for Google Docs was also added.

The tool is available for free, providing features such as spellchecking, punctuation corrections, tone detection, and more. There's also a premium version that detects more advanced writing errors, runs plagiarism checks, and offers vocabulary suggestions for better writing.

The news comes just one day after Microsoft announced an update for Microsoft Editor, a very similar tool that will be included with Microsoft 365 Personal and Family plans. If you're interested in using Grammarly in Word for Mac, you can download the add-in here.

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