The leading automated proofreader brings superior spell and grammar checking technology to Microsoft Office Word and Outlook.
Grammarly’s New Editor instantaneously shows writers spelling and grammar-checking explanations to improve the writing process.
Grammarly CEO Brad Hoover has been named to the San Francisco Business Times’ 40 Under 40 list in 2014, along with executives from other San Francisco companies such as GoPro, Hipmunk, Indiegogo, and Pinterest.
More than 250 higher education and K-12 institutions have licensed Grammarly@EDU to improve student writing outcomes.
Women are more likely than men to disqualify an otherwise acceptable love match due to poor spelling, according to new research from eHarmony and Grammarly.
Grammarly was selected as the runner-up in the “Best Bootstrapped Startup” category in the 7th Annual Crunchies Awards.
Grammarly ranked 30th among the 2013 Fastest-Growing Private 100 Companies, having posted a growth rate of more than 277 percent from 2010 to 2012.
Ayan Mandal has joined Grammarly's executive team as vice president of product. He will build Grammarly’s product team and drive product strategy and development.
Grammarly has been ranked number 344 on Inc. magazine’s 32nd annual Inc. 500 list, an exclusive ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies.
Grammarly was selected as a winner of Red Herring’s Top 100 North America award, a prestigious list honoring the year’s most promising private technology ventures from the North American business region.
Grammarly welcomed Christine Petersen, former CMO and B2B president at TripAdvisor, as a marketing advisor.
Grammarly introduced its Personal Writing Handbook.
Grammarly was nominated for Best Web Services & Applications website in the 17th Annual Webby Awards.
Grammarly was selected as a finalist in the 5th Annual Shorty Industry Awards for Best Overall Brand Presence on Facebook.
Grammarly opens its new online store at www.Grammarly.net, featuring a range of grammar-related products and apparel with slogans such as, "Don't abbrev."
Grammarly announces that it will award a $1,000 scholarship to one student enrolled at an accredited higher education institution in the United States in 2013.
Dr. Robert Berwick, professor of computational linguistics at Massachusetts Institute of Technology and expert in computer science and machine learning, joined Grammarly’s Scientific Advisory Board.
Grammarly surpassed 3 million registered users.