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Grammarly Alternatives for Apache OpenOffice

Grammarly is not available for Apache OpenOffice but there are a few alternatives with similar functionality. The best Apache OpenOffice alternative is LanguageTool, which is free. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to Grammarly and four of them are available for Apache OpenOffice so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting Apache OpenOffice alternatives to Grammarly are ProWritingAid, Scribens and COL - Latin Spellchecker.

Grammarly alternatives are mainly Grammar Checkers but may also be Translators or Note-taking Tools. Filter by these if you want a narrower list of alternatives or looking for a specific functionality of Grammarly.
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  1. LanguageTool icon

    LanguageTool

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • Online
    • Android
    • Microsoft Edge
    • Google Chrome
    • Microsoft Office Outlook
    • SDL TRADOS
    • Safari
    • Visual Studio Code
    • Microsoft Office Word
    • Eclipse
    • TinyMCE
    • TeXstudio
    • Google Drive - Docs
    • Thunderbird
    • Vim
    • OmegaT
    • Sublime Text
    • GNU Emacs
    • Opera
    • Fidus Writer
    • LyX
    • LibreOffice
    • <oXygen/> XML Editor
    • Apache OpenOffice
    • Firefox

    Free proofreading tool for LibreOffice, Apache OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, Ulysses, .

    ⚫︎ Privacy focusedLanguageTool is considered a privacy friendly alternative.
    ⚫︎ Dark ModeLanguageTool supports dark mode for comfortable usage in low light conditions.
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    tapasratha

    Most of the time it helps in getting correct sentence.

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    cherriesravenclaw

    Open source. Works just as good, if not better than Grammarly, and it's cheaper if you do opt for one of the paid plans.

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    It does not correct the style of writing to a better way, it just corrects spelling and grammar.

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    RemovedUser

    Open source, cheaper, works in more languages.

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    It doesn't work very well. For example, it shows all is good if I type in the following: "Can you do plan by yourself? Yoda I speak like and check grammar I do. "

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    It supports more than just English and is privacy-minded

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    Mansampard01

    Since end of 2018 it has an browser extension that is on par with grammarly. It supports much more languages than grammarly.

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  2. ProWritingAid icon

    ProWritingAid

    • Mac
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    • Google Chrome
    • Microsoft Office Outlook
    • Safari
    • Microsoft Office Word
    • Google Drive - Docs
    • Scrivener
    • Apache OpenOffice
    • Firefox

    Whatever your level of writing, ProWritingAid will help you achieve new heights. Exceptional writing depends on much more than just correct grammar. You need an editing tool that also highlights style issues and compares your writing to the best writers in your genre.

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    Most users think ProWritingAid is a great alternative to Grammarly.

    It has a lot of functions that is even more than Grammarly

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    All the functionality of Grammarly at a better price

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    It has everything that Grammarly does, and more.

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    It's really good because it shows you repeated words, misspelled words and other things for free I highly recommend this to double-check your papers!

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    Mansampard01

    It work simmilar as a service. But it doesn't has a browser extension. The styling help is probably better than grammarly.

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    It has a lot of other features that grammerly doesn't have. and At a fair price

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    Scribens

    • FreemiumProprietary
    • Online
    • Google Chrome
    • Microsoft Office Outlook
    • Microsoft Office Word
    • Facebook
    • Thunderbird
    • Twitter
    • Gmail
    • LibreOffice
    • LinkedIn
    • Apache OpenOffice
    • Firefox

    Scribens is a free online Grammar Checker that corrects over 250 types of common grammar, spelling mistakes and detects stylistic elements such as repetitions, run-on sentences, redundancies and more.

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    • It integrates with LibreOffice
    • Does not require you to log in
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  4. COL - Latin Spellchecker icon

    COL - Latin Spellchecker

    • FreeProprietary
    • Mac
    • Windows
    • Linux
    • AbiWord
    • Microsoft Office Word
    • LibreOffice
    • Apache OpenOffice Writer
    • Apache OpenOffice

    COL (Correcteur Orthographique de Latin) is a free tool providing assistance to check the spelling of a Latin text. Available for Microsoft Word, LibreOffice, OpenOffice.org and AbiWord, it includes a dictionary of about 400,000 Latin forms.

    ⚫︎ Spell CheckingCOL - Latin Spellchecker can detect and correct all types of grammar and spelling mistakes.
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