Other browsers have been able to enable a Grammarly plugin for some time, and even though the Edge extensions pile is still fairly slim, this is a big deal for fans of the service.
Grammarly will make sure your messages, documents, and social media posts are clear, mistake-free, and impactful. Adding Grammarly to Microsoft Edge means that your spelling and grammar will be vetted on Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Tumblr, and nearly everywhere else you write on the web.
The beauty of having it built into the browser is that it doesn't matter where you're writing, you'll have it at your disposal. It's something that the Windows Central team all utilize on a daily basis in other browsers, so we're very happy to see it come to Edge.
Grammarly is free to use, but also has a premium subscription that goes even deeper, even able to detect plagiarism. To get started hit the link below and grab it from the Store.
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