December 2, 2020
Android Grammarly swipe typing support debuts

The Grammarly Keyboard App for Android Now Supports Swipe Typing

Grammarly is one of the best when it comes to keeping messages free of typos and mistakes, and now it supports swipe typing…

There’s always more to be desired when it comes to composing and replying on mobile devices. With such little real estate, it’s easy for errors to appear in texts, emails, social media, and more.

Fortunately, the Grammarly keyboard is able to help out with those flaws but until now, it didn’t accommodate gesture typing. 

Android Grammarly Keyboard Swipe Typing Support Debuts

The latest version of the Grammarly keyboard app for Android ow supports swipe typing. It’s a welcome feature for many who prefer gesture input over digit articulation. And, it’s available now on the Google Play Store for download.

“The Grammarly Keyboard helps you write mistake-free and with ease in any app you use on your mobile device. It provides hundreds of checks and features, along with seamless integration. Whether you’re sending an urgent email, important LinkedIn message, or essential Facebook post, you can write from your phone with confidence.”

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Credit: Grammarly

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