Whether you prefer to use your system keyboard or a third-party keyboard of your choice, Grammarly Beta ensures that you can benefit from Grammarly's insightful feedback and guidance while typing in a wide range of apps on your Android device.
Important: Before you download and install Grammarly Beta, make sure Grammarly supports your device. Grammarly is compatible with mobile phones and tablets running Android 8.0 or newer.
This article covers the following topics:
Grammarly’s companion app
The companion app is where you set up Grammarly Beta. Here you can:
- View and manage the app's status (switch Grammarly Beta on or off).
- Opt to show notifications—switch on this option to receive a notification in the notification shade that lets you turn Grammarly on or off.
- Manage Blocked Apps—this feature allows you to choose where you want Grammarly Beta to appear.
- Share feedback, thoughts, and suggestions with the Grammarly team.
- Try the demo tutorial—explore the tutorial to familiarize yourself with the features and functionality of Grammarly Beta.
- Contact Support.
Additionally, you can log in to your Grammarly account by tapping Log in in the upper-left corner of the screen:
Note: The companion app should appear in your device’s menu as Grammarly Beta.
Once Grammarly Beta is installed and set up on your device, open any app and tap on any text field—the floating Grammarly button will appear on the screen. You can start typing, and Grammarly Beta will start providing suggestions.
If there is a common mistake or a typo, Grammarly Beta will automatically correct it and inform you of the change.
In other cases, Grammarly will provide a suggestion you can accept or dismiss—you’ll see the number of suggestions next to the Grammarly button. To accept a suggestion, tap on it:
You can also dismiss a suggestion within the same menu. If Grammarly offers a suggestion you don’t want, tap on the bin icon to ignore it.