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Our writing assistant scales to work seamlessly across multiple platforms and devices, and we offer a variety of plans to serve everyone’s needs. With a free account, you can improve and strengthen everyday writing, while a Premium account will help you step up your game at work, school, and wherever else you need your communication to sound as polished as possible. For workplace teams, we have Grammarly Business, and for educational institutions, we have Grammarly @edu.
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Max Lytvyn, Alex Shevchenko, and Dmytro Lider founded Grammarly in 2009 with the goal of helping people communicate more effectively. Focusing first on supporting students’ grammar and spelling through a subscription-based product, they soon saw the potential of how Grammarly could help in all circumstances — from professional writing to everyday correspondence. Over the next ten years, Grammarly grew the capabilities of an AI-powered writing assistant to go way beyond grammar and spelling into complex aspects of language and communication.
Today Grammarly offers an intuitive, real-time interface that’s there for people wherever they type, through browser extensions, a web-based editor, a Microsoft Office add-in, a desktop interface, and mobile keyboards. A free version of our assistant, introduced in 2015, ensures that anyone who needs to communicate in English has access to essential writing support. For businesses, we rolled out an enterprise product to support consistent professional communication on workplace teams. Our growth and further investment in cutting-edge language research have been helped along by more than $200 million in funding, led by General Catalyst.
And we’re nowhere near done — we’re aiming for new heights. We continue to work toward our vision of building a comprehensive communication assistant to help people connect with and understand one another, no matter the context or medium.
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