- This is just me, but I don't like being constantly corrected when I'm typing. I guess this wouldn't apply if you wrote the text somewhere else and copy-pastad it into the program, though, but...
- My experience with grammer checkers has told me one thing: they're dumb. A robot will never match the understanding of a human, and too often I've found myself "corrected" on things that aren't actually wrong, and sometimes the corrections would make the sentence grammatically wrong.
- Like Jayzor, sometimes there are things you do on purpose, especially if you're writing dialogue or writing something from someone's point of view. People don't talk Grammetically correct.
Ultimately, Grammerly is just a more nitpicky version of the grammar check on Microsoft Word, which I already dislike. Maybe it'd point out a thing or two I didn't notice/realize, but I don't think it would be worth it.
I totally agree. Nothing wrong with checking for things you missed, though, no one's perfect. Just don't let it become a crutch.
I will use both.