Grammarly, why no trial?

I’ve been a Grammarly user for a few months now and it’s been immensely helpful. I don’t think I made another typo since I start using it. It’s the best spellchecker on the market.

It also has a premium version which promises tasty features like advanced checks for grammar, context and sentence structure, vocabulary enhancement suggestions, genre-specific writing style checks, and even a plagiarism detector.

All great things worth paying for. But something doesn’t feel right when looking at their pricing table. There’s too much of a difference between the monthly and the annual plan.

Grammarly premium pricing plans

I get the idea of enticing people to buy the yearly plan by offering a great deal, but pricing the monthly plan so high makes it look suspicious. Like you really don’t want people to go and try it for 30 days.

A premium trial of even one day, or one document, would go a long way in helping people decide if they want to upgrade or not.

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