Find and Correct Typo and Grammar Mistakes in Your Mail, Blog and Social Posts
Hi friends. I’m going to share a great free spelling and grammar checking extension for Chrome users. It’s from Ginger.
Many of us unintentionally make typographical errors and grammar mistakes in our digital life. While you are preparing blog posts or composing an email you may often commit few unwanted errors. Often you can rectify the errors immediately if you do proof reading. But sometimes some errors may conceal your eyes. If you’re a native English speaker you may not make grammar mistakes. But typographical errors are unavoidable. So for Chrome users I am sharing a great extension. Ginger is providing one of the world’s best spelling and grammar checker for Chrome users.
Install the extension from the above link for free and forget about spelling and grammar mistakes. Now you are only one step away from avoiding grammar and spelling mistakes while typing. Ginger shows a green dotted line below texts with errors. You can right click on the text underlined to correct spelling or grammar mistakes. Ginger shows suggestions so brilliantly.
I find this Chrome extension from Ginger, the world’s #1 contextual grammar and spell checker, very useful. It helps users to avoid spelling and grammar mistakes within Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo! Mail, Google+, blogging platforms (such as WordPress, Blogspot, LiveJournal) and any other applications using Rich Text Input.
Share this great tool with your friends. Ginger for Chrome is one of the must to use Chrome extensions if you do blogging or send lots of emails.
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