Ginger is a free online proofreader that can help you check for grammar errors whether in your articles or web content. It’s a plug-in you can use to proofread your work while you’re writing it and it gives you the results in just one click.
Ideal for writers, researchers and content managers who manage loads of writing work from their writers, Ginger is capable of correcting any mistake easily. It is considered as the most accurate proofreading tool available today.
Ginger uses both a grammar and spell checker to correct all kinds of mistakes from the simple to the more complicated ones. And you can correct multiple mistakes in just a single click.
There is a pro version of Ginger that has a “sentence rephraser”, a tool to help you practice with mistakes you commonly make, and an analysis of your errors at only $9.40 a month.
When you’re writing any important document for printing or publishing online, it’s a must to proofread it to avoid grammar and spelling errors. And Ginger is a personalized editor and proofreader you can rely on.
Check out this video on how Ginger works.
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