Yesterday, the company announced it has received $200M+ from new investors to further develop its tool.
The goal is to advance natural language processing and machine learning tech to improve and personalize the feedback given to users. In addition, the firm wants to invest in strengthening user trust.
Moreover, Grammarly plans to add new categories for suggested improvements. Also, the grammar checker is to become more ubiquitous. Earlier this week, the company launched new Windows and Mac desktop applications. It integrates with programs such as Microsoft Office, Slack, Discord, Jira, etc.
In addition, the firm announced Grammarly for Developers with the rollout of its Text Editor SDK (software development kit). The beta version allows developers to access the full power of automated editing with a couple of lines of code.
Furthermore, Grammarly has doubled its investments in security. It has added a SOC 2 (Type 2) report, ISO 27001/17/18 certifications, and HIPAA compliance, among others.
It has also announced a partnership with Samsung, in order to help people write efficiently from their mobile phones.