There are many grammar checking or editing tools on the market today and it can be a frustrating and tedious process to evaluate all of them to determine what’s best for you. The features that you are looking for may not all be in the same software so you’re stuck going back and forth between editing tools to get just the perfect mixture of benefits, features, and functionality.
Many of our readers have asked us over the years, what’s the best tool to check your grammar and edit your articles? And by far, the two names that people ask about the most are Grammarly and Ginger. So what are the main differences? What are the pros, cons, benefits and drawbacks to both?
We’ve spent years testing all of the tools on the market and have great insight on which are the most affordable, practical, and feature-rich. In this comparison article, we are going to cover all of these topics for both Grammarly and Ginger so you can make the most informed decision about which tool fits your needs best.