More than 30 million people use Grammarly daily to improve their written communications. The AI-powered tools not only help with spelling and grammar, but also improve writing quality, consistency, clarity, and efficiency. The software seamlessly integrates with internet browsers, Microsoft Office, and, most recently, desktops, enabling users to communicate confidently no matter where they’re writing. “Grammarly is pioneering the future of AI-driven communication at a time when it’s never been more critical—or challenging—to get communication right,” says CEO Brad Hoover. The company became one of the top 10 most valuable U.S. startups last year after closing a $200 million financing round at a $13 billion valuation.
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