It also doesn’t inundate you with emails pressuring you to upgrade, which is nice.And if you decide to upgrade, it’s not nearly as pricey as some of the other programs.It opens on your phone as a little notepad that you can compose text in or paste from another source for editing.
It is easy to use and the suggestions and edits are simple and quick, which is nice for our fast-paced world.
It also has predictive text capability that effectively predicts words you are about to type to speed up the typing process.
Like any program you will need to subscribe to the premium subscription to take advantage of important add-on features.
However, in contrast to a program like Grammarly, whose free version is vastly inferior to the premium option, the free version of Pro Writing Aid is a legitimate program that was the most helpful of any free program we tested.
It also looks for grammar and punctuation errors, which it did a decent job of detecting, but tended to miss more small punctuation errors than other programs.
Pro Writing Aid provides feedback to help you improve writing assignments, but its suggestions aren’t as succinct or helpful as the ones Grammarly provides.
It easily integrates with other apps like Twitter, Facebook, Linked In and Gmail.
It supports more than 60 languages, with keyboards in a wide variety of alphabets.
Still, you can go through and evaluate which suggestions to include in your final document.
Like many of the other programs in our side-by-side comparison there is a free version for this program.