Do you have an API available or plan to create one soon?
At present, we do not have an API.
We are currently considering a number of improvements and features, and we will take your preferences into consideration.
If you have any further questions about Grammarly, please write to Support.
|link comment||answered May 10 '11 at 14:23 Kimberly Expert|
I will be actually interested to subscribe on a long term basis if there is an API - or if you can provide something that functions as a makeshift API. I will have thousands of paragraphs to process - and would like to be able to (automatically) batch-send them and batch-receive the feedback - which will be used to prompt and assist human editors to check or revised each paragraph.
|link comment||answered Aug 19 '11 at 01:53 David Rosson New member|
Hey Guys! Please offer a wordpress plugin for the paid users of Grammarly. This is really not hard to do, trust me! Since you already have the engine it just needs some APIs and a smart wordpress plugin developer.
Do us a huge favor and please add this as a value to our paid subscriptions.
|link comment||answered Sep 21 '11 at 14:56 Yaaqub Mohamed New member|
A old man climbs a steep mountain with 3000 steps, and after several days, he reached the zenith. The Oracle saw this feeble man, and granted him one question. After catching his breath and fumbling forward with this wooden cane, the old man asked, "Where is the Grammarly API?".
Stay tune for scenes from the next episode of "Grammarly". ;)
|link comment||answered Oct 03 '11 at 20:22 Tom Chuong New member|
At the risk of jinxing things, you guys could probably make SIGNIFICANT INCREMENTAL REVENUE if you offered an API on a per-user licensing agreement (or changed your pricing for more one-offs).
It would be much easier for me to simply incorporate your functionality into my product and give you a cut, vs. the onerous process of trying to drive an affiliate sale to you (too many "breakage" points).
For others that find this thread -- anyone know of a competitor with an API? I'm OK with it being lower quality -- happy to make that trade-off for convenience.
|link comment||edited Sep 13 '13 at 04:31 amy New member|
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