- Ginger is the only grammar checker available for the mobile market.
- Ginger is the only rephrasing tool that is available for mobile and desktop.
- Ginger is the only writing solution for mobile that provides more than spell checking and word prediction.
Why is Ginger different than a spell checker?
Ginger is contextual
Ginger corrects full messages in a single click based on context. Spell checkers are not contextual. They offer multiple corrections per spelling mistake, and cannot choose automatically the best fit for the context. With Ginger, only corrections that match the full context of the message will be chosen.
Ginger corrects texts written quickly containing multiple typos
Compared to other spell checkers, Ginger corrects homonyms, multiple typos, professional terminology and names.
Ginger corrects misused words
Ginger identifies real-word errors, such as: stuff/staff, then/than.
Ginger corrects grammar mistakes
Spell checkers do not correct grammar.
Ginger’s corrections are accurate
Ginger‘s top suggestions are accurate more than 95% of the time, while other spell checkers’ top alternatives are usually incorrect.
Ginger corrections are automatic
Ginger automatically corrects errors based on the context, adds missing words and
completes full sentences based on the writer’s intention.
Ginger is integrated everywhere the user writes:
Other spell checkers require copying and pasting to correct messages while Ginger is fully integrated into the mobile keyboard.
Why is Ginger different than a word prediction tool?
Ginger enables users to use word prediction without the need to review every typed word. This allows users to type their full text quickly and with a single click correct the whole text. This results in a faster and more productive way of writing, and a more comfortable and natural writing experience.
Spelling and grammar correction
Ginger corrects spelling and grammar errors while word prediction tools only predict the next word.
Ginger’s Rephrasing tool adds missing words, allowing the user to write using only short key words. For example, Ginger offers full-sentence alternatives to “I late,” such as, “Sorry, I will be late for the meeting.”
The Writing Assistant is available both as an embedded, integrated keyboard and as an app SDK.