A new app has made its way into the Google Play Store and aims to help Android users with their grammar and spelling.
Dubbed Grammarly, the keyboard mirrors other virtual keyboards but features a suggestion bar. Though most keyboards offer spelling and emoji suggestions, Grammarly also provides a sophisticated grammar and contextual spell check, as well as punctuation corrections.
The app is currently linked to British and American English and enables users to add their own words to a personal dictionary, allowing Grammarly to pick up on user habits.
The app also offers data protection through its encryption feature. The company also promises that the app is denied access to sensitive information such as banking information.
The app is already available on Apple's iOS platform.