Grammarly opens access to its service API and launches a platform for developers
Grammarly, a Ukrainian company, which develops AI-based solutions to help with English writing, has announced the launch of a beta version of the Grammarly for Developers platform. Using this platform, developers can get a set of development tools and documentation Grammarly Text Editor SDK, which will give them access to the Grammarly API. This was reported to AIN.UA by the press service of the company.
Access to the Grammarly API will allow developers to:
- Integrate English text improvement tips into their product. Text Editor SDK is compatible with any browser-based web application, as well as with Chromium-based desktop applications. It supports data exchange between the app’s text box and Grammarly cloud services and manages all interface components.
- Offer users recommendations from Grammarly in the text boxes of their application. Text Editor SDK is based on the Grammarly service and helps to improve four aspects of texts: accuracy (grammar, spelling, punctuation, and other writing mechanics), clarity (brevity and intelligibility), fascination (vocabulary and its diversity), and tone (formality, politeness, certainty).
Grammarly claims that the developers can be assured of the safety and security of user data.
Grammarly was founded in 2009 by Ukrainians Alex Shevchenko, Max Lytvyn, and Dmytro Lider. In 2019, Grammarly acquired unicorn status by closing a $90 million funding round. The company has offices in Kyiv, San Francisco, New York, and Vancouver. Grammarly’s service is used by over 30 million users and in 2020 alone, it provided 1.2 trillion text improvement recommendations to users from around the world.