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In a world of spellcheck How To Spell Check A Document Without A Word Processor How To Spell Check A Document Without A Word Processor Still copying text into Word so you can check your spelling? Stop. It's 2013, and spell check is built into everything from browsers to PDF readers. Read More and texting abbreviations, few people want to take the time to learn about subjects, objects, and dangling modifiers. Besides, computers can fix our sentences for us.

However, as anyone who’s suffered an autocorrect embarrassment knows, computers don’t always get it right.

Language is a human tool and requires the insight of human minds. Plus, employers still care about this stuff. From emails to reports, business involves plenty of written communication. Businesses want to hire employees with strong writing skills who will represent their company well to clients.

So what’s the best way to improve your grammar skills?

You may cringe at the thought of those endless worksheets from elementary school. Luckily, apps are a more fun and modern tool for grammar learning Stop For A Grammar Check: 4 Areas Where You Can Improve Your Spelling & Grammar Stop For A Grammar Check: 4 Areas Where You Can Improve Your Spelling & Grammar Being a freelance writer or journalist isn't easy, particularly if you write in a language that isn't your mother tongue. Yet, many foreign speakers are tempted to write in English because it promises a greater... Read More . Best of all, they’re always at your fingertips.

With these seven apps, you can practice your grammar on the go, whenever you have time.

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Practice English Grammar (iOS and Android, Free)

Practice English Grammar app

This free app is a nominee for the 2014 Best Education App. Featuring a combination of flash cards, questions, games, articles and specific feedback, Practice English Grammar will improve your writing by taking you through a range of grammar topics The Best Free Online Grammar Resources The Best Free Online Grammar Resources Read More from tenses to the passive voice. Memorize the grammar facts on the flashcards and test your knowledge right away with a quiz.

The basic content is free and you can make in-app purchases (most of which are $0.99 each) to access additional features and lessons.

Download: Practice English Grammar for iOS (Free) | Android (Free)

Grammaropolis Complete (iOS, $12.99 and Android, $9.99)

Grammaropolis app

Learners of all ages will enjoy this “city of grammar” that teaches parts of speech. It’s designed like a game – each part of speech has its own town. As they navigate a map of the city, users complete activities designed to teach and test knowledge. Extra quizzes are available for additional practice.

Grammaropolis is distinctive for its complete coverage of the parts of speech and its variety. Videos, books, songs, and quizzes mean there is something for everyone, and the colorful, well-designed graphics make it a pleasure to look at.

This app will improve your grammar skills Improve Your Grammar & Spelling With These Free Office & Browser Extensions Improve Your Grammar & Spelling With These Free Office & Browser Extensions Default spell checkers can set you up for epic failure! Imagine how a grammatical error on a job application could work against you. Here are three tools that can check both spelling and grammar. Read More by giving you a comprehensive refresher in the basics. You must first be able to identify parts of speech before you can improve your ability to put them in the right order.

Download: Grammaropolis Complete for iOS ($12.99) | Android ($9.99). Also Demo: iOS l Android

Grammar App (iOS, $0.99 and Android, Free)

Grammar App screenshot

If you’re not sure where to start, Grammar App offers a little of everything. Watch tutorials, try practice exercises and have fun with grammar games. Every aspect of grammar is covered and there are 200 learning options. It’s no wonder this app is the best-selling grammar app on the App store.

Grammar App will help you learn quickly and improve your writing. You’ll become a better communicator with instant feedback on your progress. At only 99 cents on iOS and free to Android users, you’re getting a lot of tools for a bargain price.

Grammar App also has an “HD” version available on iOS only.

Download: Grammar App HD for iOS ($0.99) | Android (Free)

Grammar Up (iOS and Android, Free)

Grammar Up app

For the budding executive, Grammar Up focuses on business-related content and uses graphs to help you identify your grammatical strengths and weaknesses. Then you can decide which areas to focus your efforts on.

The basic version of the app is free; you can purchase the full version from within the app. Grammar Up’s other innovative features include a timer for users who want to practice under time pressure. It also provides real-time error feedback to help you learn quickly and efficiently.

Download: Grammar Up for iOS (Free)| Android (Free)

English Grammar Book (Android, Free)

English Grammar Book app

If free is what you’re looking for, English Grammar Book is your best bet. With no in-app purchases, what you see is what you get. English Grammar Book offers many of the same features you have to pay for in other apps: a wide range of topics and immediate feedback via quiz scores.

Download: English Grammar Book for Android (Free)

Grammar Girl App (iOS, $1.99)

Grammar Girl app

Learn about grammar as you run, drive or work. The popular Grammar Girl podcast offers a regular serving of fun and helpful tips. This app gives you access to the podcast without ads or announcements.

With Grammar Girl App, you can also download grammar-related wallpaper, contact the show and mark your favorite episodes.

This app will improve your writing by giving you a different medium in which to learn. Grammar Girl covers a wide variety of topics and gives you answers you didn’t even know you needed.

Download: Grammar Girl App for iOS ($1.99)

Grammar Phone (iOS, $0.99)

Grammar Phone app

This nifty app is short and sweet. Grammar Phone helps you avoid 25 common grammatical errors.

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Download: Grammar Phone for iOS ($0.99)

Tell Us About Your Favorite Grammar App

We are bombarded by text every day. It’s never been more important to write well. These apps will help you express your thoughts with clarity and style by offering easy and portable ways to incorporate learning correct grammar into your busy schedule.

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  1. Nancy
    March 8, 2016 at 9:40 am

    Great post. Those are great grammar checker tools to use. I recommend Grammarly it is the best.

  2. Abhishek Mishra
    October 20, 2015 at 7:29 pm

    Great list. Also have a look at the english grammar app nounshoun - http://nounhoun.com. Its a Free app, built using artificial intelligence that can find Nouns, verbs, prepositions and other parts of speech for any english sentence. A great do it yourself tool

  3. Anonymous
    April 24, 2015 at 11:07 am

    Perfect

  4. mayara
    April 22, 2015 at 4:49 pm

    anon, seriously? Windows Phone never gets versions of apps. That´s why I didn´t buy it.

  5. anon
    April 22, 2015 at 1:45 am

    *7 iOS (and a few Android) apps to improve one's grammar
    No windowsphone? Come on.

  6. Ed
    April 22, 2015 at 1:28 am

    Maybe now 99% of commenters on the internet can finally learn the difference between "loose" and "lose".

  7. Phids
    April 21, 2015 at 6:10 pm

    ReadandShare beat me to it...I was going to comment on the same thing. ;)

  8. ReadandShare
    April 21, 2015 at 5:24 pm

    "7 Apps to Help Anyone Improve Their English Grammar"

    Speaking of grammar... "anyone" is singular. Title should read "7 Apps to Help Anyone Improve His or Her English Grammar". Awkward? An alternative is: "7 Apps to Help Users Improve Their English Grammar".

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