Tubi Review – Full Review of Tubi Online Streaming Service in 2019

Tubi TV Logo - Fan Made
Tubi TV Logo – Fan Made

The article covers the Tubi TV review. When I say, free movies, then everybody says yeah! Well, there are many services online, but almost all of them are paid. Wait, I said almost! Some think of the people too. Tubi TV is an online streaming service which is entirely free and available on many devices. You might think, how this app is legal, which I still don’t know, you might also consider what features it has? Where can I get this app? Will they ask me about my credit card? Well, we will be answering all these questions here in Tubi TV review.

Tubi TV Review 2019

Supported platforms

Tubi TV is available on below platforms.

  1. Android.
  2. iOS.
  3. Roku.
  4. Apple TV.
  5. Amazon Fire TV.
  6. Xbox One (the US only).
  7. PS3 (the US and Canada).
  8. PS4 (the US, Canada, and Latin America).
  9. Chromecast.
  10. TiVO.
  11. Xfinity x1.
  12. Cox Contour.
  13. Samsung TV.
  14. Sony TV.

That’s the list of 15 devices which Tubi TV supports. 15 is a number which made me write this Tubi TV review. You can watch movies on any of the above devices. Tubi TV comes with a free account which helps you sync movies across devices. You can watch on your phone and then come back later on PS3 to start where you left.

Tubi website

Tubi TV Website
Tubi TV Website

The Tubi website is a great place to start watching. It comes with a dark interface which gives it more of the movie and TV drama streaming style. You can create an account or login from the top right. You can browse movies straightaway by clicking on the Watch Now button. On the top left, there is a menu with the movie genre. You can search for movies on the top.

Tubi web video player

Tubi TV Website Video Player
Tubi TV Website Video Player

The video player is simple yet comes with many tools. One thing I must mention is the video player is fast, and there isn’t much of the streaming involved. You seek or click on the bar, and it starts playing. On the below, we have video options, including play, 30 seconds backward, 30 seconds forward, volume adjust, full screen, video quality, and captions. Scrolling down shows the information about the movie/tv show. Also, you’ll be able to see related movies with the data.

Check out: 5 best video converter apps for Android.

Tubi mobile apps

Search and Browse Screen - Tubi Mobile
Search and Browse Screen – Tubi Mobile

Tubi TV review covers both platforms. Tubi mobile is available on iOS and Android. The interface might be different, but the functionalities are the same. The mobile version has a beautiful homepage with featured movies on the top. The app comes with home, browse, search, and account buttons down the below. As you swipe down, you find different genre movies with the movies and TV shows you had left in the middle. The search screen shows the recent searches also the trending searches.

They claim that they have the movies/tv-shows which people can’t find on Netflix. The settings options are in the account menu. You can switch on/off captions and lock in landscape mode. The app itself on iOS is 139 MB, while on Android it occupies 45.33 MB of storage. It has 4.0 ratings on iOS and 4.4 ratings on Android. Android users tend to like Tubi TV more than iOS users.

Tubi mobile video player

Tubi TV Mobile Video Player
Tubi TV Mobile Video Player

The video player on the phone has the progress bar with the current time and the remaining time. You have an option to turn on/off captions and play on TV on the top. Touching the video shows the hidden play/pause button with 30 seconds backward and forwards options.

Check out: Google Keep vs Evernote.

FAQs

Is Tubi TV free?
Yes. Tubi TV is free. It does not ask for the credit card information or any of the other payment information.

Is Tubi TV legal?
Apparently, it is. On Google Play and App Store, it says that “we are 100% legal” in the app’s description.

What kind of movies are available on Tubi TV?
There are thousands of movies and tv shows on Tubi TV.

Are there any ads on Tubi TV?
Yes. Tubi uses ads to earn money.

How can I enjoy fully with Tubi TV?
Create a free account and sync across all the devices.

Any other questions? Please 🙏 leave in the comments below.

In conclusion

Here is the end of Tubi TV review. In this world, you don’t get free stuff that easily. Tubi TV is offering movies and tv shows on free of charge, which is impressive. Anyway, I hope the post helped. Let me know what do you think of Tubi TV in the comments below. Also, if I missed something, please let me know so I can update and everyone can enjoy the fresh news.

Image information: The images used in the article are the screenshots of the Tubi TV app and web. These are the property of Tubi TV developers. The post last edited by Madhsudhan 02 of August 2019.

Evernote vs OneNote – Which One do You Need in 2019?

Evernote vs OneNote
Evernote vs OneNote

We have many apps to stay organised, finish tasks before the deadline, help others in their tasks, shop without forgetting stuff etc. With the help of note-taking apps, everything looks so simple, but is the service you are using enough for you? There are many apps out there for iPhone and for Android, but the best ones stay on the top. The article covers the two note-taking applications Evernote and OneNote. Which one is the best? Let’s find out in Evernote vs OneNote 2019 battle.

The comparison is divided into two major rounds (Desktop and Mobile). Those two major rounds split into sub-rounds. Most of the rounds contain one point. After all the rounds we will see if it’s Evernote or Microsoft OneNote.

Desktop

The desktop comparison of Evernote vs OneNote will be quick as the core functionalities of both on each platform are the same.

Evernote-vs-OneNote-Desktop
Evernote-vs-OneNote-Desktop – Click for full size

Evernote

Both support multiple platforms, but the major functionalities are mostly the same. The desktop Evernote app is available on Microsoft Store, and it’s is easy to use. Search is the strength of the app. You can search for notes, and it also searches for the text within the notes. To make searching more easier, you can add tags to each note. On the left, we have the notebooks, shortcuts, tags, trash, shared options. Next to the menu, we have notes and search notes options. Evernote comes with a powerful text menu where you can select fonts, font size, colour, bold, and all the basic tools. We get all the tools which a typical desktop app gets. The features of the Evernote desktop app are below.

  1. You can print notes.
  2. Evernote lets you send notes in an email.
  3. You can add hyperlinks to text.
  4. Duplicate notes option is there.

OneNote

Adopting Office tools, OneNote is a strong note making software available for desktop as well as online. On the left we have notebooks, and after that we have sections and then notes. The software comes with text tools including fonts, size, bold, underline, headings and all necessary tools. You can insert tables, files, pictures, online videos, links, audio from the insert menu. After the insert menu, we have the draw menu. The draw menu comes with pens, highlighters, shapes, ink shapes, undo, redo etc. We can share notes and read notifications. The search feature does the same thing as it does in Evernote.

OneNote assistant is another feature to look for because you can search for the thing you want, and the assistant does that for you. For example, type “add a table” and the assistant will open the table menu for you to select the rows and columns. OneNote looks prettier than Evernote on the desktop with its purple and white theme. Other features of OneNote desktop.

    1. You can add hyperlinks to the text.
    2. Draw on the page.
    3. Translate the text on a page.
    4. Add a sub-page in a page.
  1. Pin the page to the start menu.
  2. OneNote web is available if you don’t want to install the app.

Winner: A tough decision to make here. With lots of tools available for free, you don’t want to favour any service. OneNote comes with great tools and a web-based version. Score: Evernote: 0 and OneNote: 1.

Mobile

App storage

The storage both apps take is different, and it is essential to cover the difference. On Android, OneNote occupies 183 MB of storage while Evernote occupies 88.7 MB of storage. On the iPhone, OneNote takes 211 MB of storage, which is more than OneNote Android version. Evernote, on the other hand, takes 126 MB of storage of the iPhone.
Winner: The round goes to Evernote because it occupies less storage than OneNote. Score: Evernote: 1 and OneNote: 1.

Drive storage

Well, OneNote has the power of Office, and after creating your free account, you can upload up to 5GB of content on OneDrive. The free of Evernote gives you access to 60MB per month. You can’t upload over that limit. The paid plan gives you more storage.
Winner: These days, we have phones with over 500 GB storage. Drive storage is more important because we want everything on multiple devices. Score: Evernote: 1 and OneNote: 2.

Check out: Google Keep vs OneNote.

How both work

Evernote-vs-OneNote-Interface
Evernote-vs-OneNote-Interface

Using Evernote is easy. All the notes are on the screen when you open the app. There is a search button on the top with the menu to select notes, add notes to the home screen, sort notes, notes options, syncing, and settings. Taping on the + button opens notes menu, while to add a text note, tap on the + button two times. In the left menu, we have account details, notebooks, shared notes, photos, chat, trash menu, themes, options, settings, and explore Evernote. Evernote has a dark theme which looks cool.

OneNote, the other hand, is a little bit different. With OneNote, you get notebooks, sections and pages. In notebook you find sections, and in sections you find pages. When you open the app, notebooks are there. The search button is on the bottom with options to add sticky notes. Taping on the + button adds notebooks and same with sections and pages. On the top, we have options menu including sync all, badge, settings, feedback.
Winner: There is no comparison on how both work, but let’s give each one a point. Score: Evernote: 2 and OneNote: 3.

Tools

The most important section in Evernote vs OneNote mobile comparison is tools and freedom to add stuff to the notes. On mobile, Evernote supports text, images, audio, camera, photos, attachments, reminders, and handwriting. As you go, the note size keeps getting bigger. The intelligent camera is something to note because it can help you take photos of business cards, documents, and whiteboards. The camera adopts the power of AI to crop the photo and only save the important part.
You can add all the notes types on a single note. Evernote adds everything on the same page, but everything is in a separate component. Another notable feature of Evernote is templates. Unlike OneNote, you can start with any of the pre-made templates.

Moving to OneNote, you can add text, images, voice recording, checkboxes, attach files, and draw. A noticeable feature of OneNote is adding everything in the same space. You can draw on text, images, recording or add text on the drawing. OneNote also adds all the things you put on the single page and as you keep adding stuff. Another tool is the OneNote badge which adds a circle on the screen as we see with Messenger.

Pricing

Evernote

Evernote-Plan-Comparison
Evernote-Plan-Comparison

Let’s talk about pricing. Evernote comes in two plans. The free one is called Basic, and the paid one is called premium. The image compares the prices for Evernote. In the basic version, the features are:

  • Connect your account to two devices.
  • You can upload 60 MB of notes each month.
  • Maximum note size is 25 MB.
  • You get general support.
  • Evernote Premium comes with more templates.

In the paid version we get more features:

  • You can connect unlimited devices with Evernote Premium plan.
  • Evernote lets you upload 10 GB storage every month.
  • You can write up to 200 MB of notes.
  • Notes are available even you are offline.
  • You can search in Docs and PDFs.
  • With Evernote Premium, you get enhanced support.

The price for the premium is $9.99/month on the monthly plan, while $7.50/month on an annual contract. There used to a middle plan called Evernote Plus, perfect for students and people who are not into making notes but want to be ready all the time, but that one is no longer available.

OneNote

OneNote is a free note-taking app. It lets you do everything for free. You also get OneDrive storage when you sign up, and there is no uploading and note size limit. You can also connect to as many devices as you want. OneNote lets you save notes on OneDrive so you can access them anywhere. You can also purchase the extra storage on OneDrive, but there is no cost of using OneNote.
Winner: Free stuff is the best stuff. Both apps are available for free so let’s tie this round. Score: Evernote: 4 and OneNote: 4.

Check out: Microsoft Launcher Review.

Other features comparison

Some of the handy features are essential to cover in Evernote vs OneNote because those prove what companies have improved in their services to attract new users.

Evernote

  1. Dark theme is available for free.
  2. Reminders to remind you of tasks.
  3. Add-note notification is visible all the time (you can disable that feature).

OneNote

  1. OneNote badge is available, which helps you make notes anytime easily.
  2. Completely free. Get all the features for free with OneNote.
  3. You can add sticky notes easily.

Evernote vs OneNote video comparison

Here is a quick video comparing both on a mobile phone. The video covers the essential features and helps in clearing your mind by presenting the comparison visually.

Which one do you need?

If you want to stay up to date with new tools, then Evernote is your place, while if you want the ease of use and free tools, then Microsoft OneNote is a perfect choice.

In conclusion

Here is the final score of the comparison Evernote: 4 and OneNote: 4. Oh, well! Both got the same points. Being prepared for instant moments is essential. It’s always good practice to see which one is better before starting a new service. I hope the article Evernote vs OneNote helped. Which one do you use for notes? Share your experience with everyone visiting, and let me know if I’m missing anything so, I can improve this article.

Image information: The images used in this comparison are the icons and screenshots. These are the company’s properties. Last edited by Madhsudhan on 15/Oct/2019.

Google Keep vs Evernote – Comparison of Note Making Services 2019

Google-Keep-vs-Evernote
Google-Keep-vs-Evernote

Comparison of Google Keep and Evernote is one of the terms over a thousand people look for every month. Google Keep available on multiple platforms is one of the easiest ways to make a note, while Evernote is advanced and tools to take your notes on a high level. The article covers the ultimate fight of Google Keep vs Evernote.

Platforms

Google Keep and Evernote are available on multiple platforms, but the major division works between the desktop and the mobile.

  1. General moto.
  2. Web/desktop.
  3. Mobile.

General motto

Both have the same motto, and both do a good job. With Google Keep, we can make notes, checklists, record audio, draw, and add an image. Google Keep was initially released in 2013, and Evernote was released in 2008 on the web.

Google Keep is available on the desktop as a web-based version, for Chrome, iOS, and Android. Evernote is available as a web-based version, a desktop app, extensions for browsers, iOS, Android, and Windows Phone.

The notes you add are saved on the drive and you get 15GB of storage online with your Google account. Evernote gives nothing to a little storage. You can upload 60MB worth of notes every month.

Google Keep vs Evernote – Web

Google-Keep-and-Evernote-Web
Google-Keep-and-Evernote-Web

Both are available as a web client where you can instantly create, edit, and delete notes. Evernote web has almost all account-related features including devices, notebooks, shares and other account details. Keep, on the other hand, comes with the basic interface and account settings.

Google Keep is entirely free, and anyone can access their notes on any device. You can draw as well as type, but the service keeps both separately. Keep is powered by Google’s search, and it finds the text in the notes to give you the prominent results. You can add reminders and add users to work.

Moving to the features, Evernote also comes as a desktop application for free. The second feature is the templates. You can start making notes with the help of templates including planning, budget, meeting, gift tracker etc. templates available for free. Evernote can make all types of notes which Keep supports, and it can do a bit more than Keep.

Intelligent search is also something to consider as it searches in the notes to give you what you want. You can print notes, make reminders, add users to contribute, send notes in an email, add hyperlinks to the text, duplicate notes in Evernote with one tap.

Round 01 results: Google Keep is a tool making it easier for everyone to write and share on-the-go, but on the ladder, it doesn’t go high as Evernote. Both come with free features, but being a full-time note-making and improving the company, Evernote has done a pretty impressive job. The winner for this round is Evernote.

Google Keep vs Evernote – Mobile

Google-Keep-and-Evernote-Mobile
Google-Keep-and-Evernote-Mobile

Interface

In Google Keep vs Evernote, mobile covers the major section. On the left hand, we have Keep. When you open the app, you see the notes. The search bar is on the top with account information and view settings. To add a note, we tap on the bottom. On the bottom right, we have options to add other kinds of notes. On the top left, we have the settings menu where you can find reminders, labels, archives, deleted notes, and other settings. To delete a note simply hold and find the option on the top right.

In Evernote, the search and filter view buttons on the top right with the upgrade option. You see all the notes when you open the app. You also have an option to add more notebooks. On the bottom right, you can add notes. Touching the button lists the types of notes you can make. On the top left, there is a settings option where you’ll be able to see the account details along with plan info, notebooks, share, chat, themes, and other options. To multi-select the note you can hold on a note and then select as many as you want. The delete and archive options are on the top.

Check out: Evernote vs OneNote.

App storage

Keep-vs-Evernote-Storage
Keep-vs-Evernote-Storage

Keep only occupies 28.35MB of size against Evernote which occupies 74.13MB of storage on Android. On iOS, Google Keep takes 94.9MB of space while Evernote takes 130.5 MB of storage, and again, the first one got the point.

Score so far: Keep: 01. Evernote: 0.

Evernote premium

Evernote-Plan-Comparison
Evernote-Plan-Comparison

This section has nothing to with Google Keep. The above image shows the Evernote plans. The free one is called basic, while the premium one is for $9.9/m on a monthly plan and $7.5/m on a yearly plan. You get features including unlimited devices, extra upload limit, increased note size, offline mode, search in PDFs and docs, and enhanced support in the premium plan.

Keep vs Evernote all features comparison

Here is the list of both services benefits with added points.

  1. You can work on as many devices as you want. Keep: 02.
  2. 15GB of free storage. keep: 03.
  3. Add templates to the notes. Evernote: 01.
  4. Chat with collaborates in Evernote. Evernote 02:
  5. You can add links to the text in Evernote. Evernote: 03.
  6. Change the colour of the note in Keep. Keep: 04.
  7. Evernote comes with an intelligent camera which scans the business cards quickly. Evernote: 04.
  8. Both come with an intelligent search. Tie.
  9. Evernote supports more note types including audio, attachment, and others. Evernote: 05.
  10. Both have a dark theme option. Tie.
  11. Add notebooks. Evernote 06.
  12. Available on many devices than Keep. Evernote 07.

Results

Evernote won the desktop battle with 1 point, while it also won the mobile phone battle leaving Keep behind. Final mobile results are Google Keep: 04 and Evernote: 07. The winner of this battle is Evernote. Keep needs new features to come back and tackle, but for now, we can close this battle.

In conclusion

There are over 8.9 billion unique mobile connections in the world. Yes! You read that right. With that many mobile phones, we can imagine how it would be being the ultimate note-taking app. The end of Google Keep vs Evernote is here. I hope you found the article helpful. Please share, comment, and advice if anything is missing from this post.

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Image information: Google keep icon is created by Stratos Stratos under Creative Commons and Attribution ShareAlike 4.0 International (CC BY-SA 4.0). Post last updated by Madhsudhan on 17th of July 2019.

SwiftKey vs Gboard – Which One is the Choice in 2019?

SwiftKey vs Gboard
SwiftKey vs Gboard

Google has developed over 100 apps for Android. One of them is Gboard, also called GBoard or Google Keyboard. Google is the owner of Android, and there is no doubt that Google develops better and helpful apps. Many companies are dominating certain areas of Android. I have been using SwiftKey and Gboard for over eight months, and if anyone asks me the difference between SwiftKey and Gboard, I can explain without any hesitation. From my experience here is the ultimate SwiftKey vs Gboard article.

In the tech world, there is always competition. For those who do not know, Microsoft purchased SwiftKey in 2016. With over 100 million downloads and 250 million active users only on Android, SwiftKey is a competitor in the industry. How do both stand against each other? Let’s find out in this SwiftKey vs Gboard battle.

SwiftKey vs Gboard

Table of content

  1. Comparison in a YouTube video.
  2. Word prediction.
  3. Search.
  4. Themes.
  5. Languages.
  6. Accents and special characters.
  7. Emoji and GIF.
  8. Translation.
  9. Other features.

SwiftKey vs Gboard video comparison

Forget everything for now. Here is the YouTube video comparing SwiftKey and Gboard. Although the video explains so much, some of the information released after the video is missing. Follow the article for the updated SwiftKey vs Gboard battle.

Word prediction

The definition of word prediction is predicting a word which suits the written words and sentence. It also applies to the historical data of the user. From past data to the language, a keyboard must figure out what would be the next word. Every keyboard app uses the word prediction algorithm to predict the next word. Word prediction is essential, and a wrong words prediction can slow down your speed.

SwiftKey memorises what you type quickly, and whenever you type that word again, it will most likely show you the next word. Meanwhile, Gboard checks how often you are typing those exact words. If very often then it memorises, otherwise it doesn’t. For my address, I had to type at least once every day for many days before Gboard started suggesting the next word as I typed. Another difference in prediction is SwiftKey supports numbers prediction as well. For information such as postcode, phone number, etc. SwiftKey suggests the best possible number.
Winner: Tie. Score: SwiftKey: 0 | Gboard: 0. Both keyboards are adapted with AI to make your typing a bit easier.

Search Engine

Search Style
Search Style

Browsing is a big thing now. You need internet to search all the time. A fun fact is over 3 billion queries happen on just Google every day. Gboard comes with a built-in Google search button, which is a unique feature. You can search for anything you want and send the information in messages. While, SwiftKey comes with Bing search, but you can change the search engine to Google in including and after version 7.2.4.22.

There is a difference in how both keyboards search the web. Gboard replaces the keyboard with the web results, while SwiftKey opens up a window which occupies about 75% of the screen and shows you the results. Gboard shows the results in a different style than the browsers show. SwiftKey shows the same page, which looks exactly like a webpage. The point of this article is not two search engine’s comparison so that we will move to the next part SwiftKey vs Google Keyboard.

Themes

SwiftKey vs Gboard - Layout and Themes
SwiftKey vs Gboard – Layout and Themes

SwiftKey comes with a store where the user can download themes. The store comes with over 300 themes. Creating a custom theme is also easy. You have options to add a background image, enable or disable borders, and add or remove the number line. All the available themes on the store are free to install.

Gboard, on the other hand, comes with a few themes, background images and styles. The good thing about Gboard is it comes with you a highly customisable store where you can add any style and background image to any theme. The size for each button and the distance in Gboard is more extensive than in SwiftKey, which is helpful on small screen phones.
Winner: Tie. Score: SwiftKey: 0 | Gboard: 0. Both have the same features with some customisation differences.

Languages

SwiftKey vs Gboard - Supported Languages
SwiftKey vs Gboard – Supported Languages

SwiftKey supports over 300 while Gboard supports over 500. Yes, that’s right, over 500 languages. SwiftKey allows you to type in five languages at the same time. You can swipe the space bar to move through the languages. Gboard also allows to type in multiple languages. Both keyboards support different input types such as QWERTY, QWERTZ, PC etc. It depends on the language you are using. For my language, Gboard has a feature in which you can type in English, and the keyboard will convert in my language.
Winner: Gboard. Score: SwiftKey: 0 | Gboard: 1.

Check out: Sygic vs Google Maps.

Accents and special characters

Accents and Special Characters
Accents and Special Characters

Adding accents and special characters in SwiftKey vs Gboard review was essential because there is a difference in how both work. Regarding showing hidden accents when you hold a key, SwiftKey does a better job. The option is disabled in the settings but after enabling you will be able to see other accents and special characters when you hold a key. Gboard only shows one character expect Gboard does a better job on full stop menu. You see lots of other symbols, while SwiftKey shows four symbols when you hold the full stop key.
Winner: Tie. Score: SwiftKey: 0 | Gboard: 1. Both have something special, and something missing at the same time.

Check out: 5 Best SwiftKey Themes in 2019.

Emoji and GIF

SwiftKey Keyboard Emoji Prediction
SwiftKey Keyboard Emoji Prediction

Both come with a wide range of emoji and both support GIFs provided by GIPHY. A neat feature SwiftKey has is emoji prediction. If you turn on this feature, you will be able to see emoji related to the term you type. Gboard sometimes suggests the emoji, but not all the time, and there is no option to enable and disable this feature.

Meanwhile swiping the space bar from right to left opens Emoji, GIF and Stickers menu in Gboard. Both apps come with eight categorised emoji sections and different stickers to use in the messages. With stickers in SwiftKey, you can create collections and save to use later. SwiftKey also comes with a basic image editor in which you can add stickers to images.
Winner: SwiftKey. Score: SwiftKey: 1 | Gboard: 1. With emoji prediction and other features, SwiftKey takes this round.

Translation

Translation - Gboard and SwiftKey
Translation – Gboard and SwiftKey

In the latest version of SwiftKey, there is a new option which is the translator. To enable the translation in SwiftKey, you can tap on the translate button on the top row. Gboard also comes with a translation feature which can be enabled in G icon.

Regarding the translation, both do a good job. Gboard uses Google Translation while Bing powers SwiftKey. Both translated the test very well. Both support over 70 languages. SwiftKey works with Microsoft Translator app to translate the text even when the phone is offline.
Winner: Tie. Score: SwiftKey: 1 | Gboard: 1. Both come with a translation service. The difference here is Google and Bing and online and offline.

SwiftKey vs Gboard other features comparison

  1. You can quickly send the current location in a message after tapping the location button in SwiftKey Keyboard. SwiftKey: 2.
  2. Typing stats are available for you to record typing habits in SwiftKey. SwiftKey: 3.
  3. You can change the keyboard size in both the keyboards. Tie.
  4. You can enable Incognito Mode in both the keyboards. The data won’t be saved. Tie.
  5. Gboard highlights the wrong spelled words. Gboard: 2.
  6. SwiftKey Keyboard comes with a customizer row where the user can select emojis, GIF, settings, location, clipboard, calendar, translation etc. SwiftKey: 4.
  7. Both automatically turn on the incognito mode in browsers’ incognito mode. Tie.
  8. Both support floating feature. After enabling you can place the keyboard wherever you want. Tie.
  9. Gboard has an option for an on-screen copy, paste, move text cursor etc. The feature is available in the settings menu after taping G icon. Gboard: 3.

Check out: Grammarly vs Microsoft Word.

In conclusion

Alright, here is the end of SwiftKey vs Gboard battle. When I first wrote this article, the score was 10 SwiftKey and 4 Gboard, but now Google has added new features which have bought Gboard close. Take a look at the score SwiftKey: 4 and Gboard: 3. That’s a difference of 1 point. Anyway, I hope the article helped. Thanks for having a read. Which app do you use and why? Leave your thoughts in the comments below so we can discuss more.

Image information: The images used in this comparison are the screenshots of the app. The copyright owner for these images is most likely the owner of the app. Last updated by Madhsudhan on 5/Oct/2019.

Grammarly vs Microsoft Word – Performing Different Tests on Both in 2019

Grammarly vs Microsoft Word
Grammarly vs Microsoft Word

Hello to you in the article Grammarly vs Microsoft Word. Grammarly and Microsoft Word are two tools people think of comparing. Microsoft Word is designed for writing and printing documents where Grammarly is a writing assistant. How do these perform in the tests I’m going to conduct? Let’s find out in the ultimate Grammarly VS. Microsoft Word comparison in 2019.

Grammarly vs Microsoft Word

Table of contents

  1. Functional differences.
  2. Spell and grammar check – Test 01.
  3. Spell and grammar check – Test 02.
  4. A review video of Grammarly vs Microsoft Word.
  5. Issues with both tools.
  6. Other comparisons.
  7. In conclusion.

Functional differences

Before reviewing both, let us see the features and primary goals for both software. Microsoft Word is a software available on multiple platforms. The primary purpose of Microsoft Word is writing and printing the documents. On the other end, Grammarly is a unique tool made for checking spelling and grammar mistakes. Grammarly comes with an assistant in the premium version which can help you with punctuation, remove unnecessary words, fix passive words, grammar, spelling, punctuation, context, sentence structure in sentences and find synonyms for the words you type.

Grammarly Assistant Goals
Grammarly Goals

Spell and grammar check – Test 01

Let us dive into the comparison of Grammarly vs Microsoft Word and see which one can perform better under certain circumstances. I took a piece of content and tested it in both the software. Both software showed corrected the grammar, but after fixing all the issues, the text was a little bit different. Below is the original text which I tested on both tools.

Original text

Being a Youtuber I get lots of messages every day, and I don’t have enough time to respond to each person because I’m busy learning how google works. on Youtube so that’s why I have hired an assistant who handles all these messages and if he finds anything important he sends the message in email with particular video URL.

If you want I can ask the guy if he can work for you too in his free time but he is expensive and it can cost you a lot if you ask him to work on Sundays.

Grammarly after fixing the mistakes

Grammarly Checker
Grammarly Checker after fixing the mistakes

Microsoft Word after fixing the mistakes

Microsoft Word
Microsoft Word after fixing the mistakes

Results

Grammarly premium is a great tool, and because it is specially made for checking grammar and spelling mistakes, it could find and fix more issues than Word. Here is the list of fixes which Grammarly could solve. Here is the detailed comparison of both tools.

  1. Changed “on YouTube” to “On YouTube”, and also it added a comma after YouTube in the second line.
  2. It added a comma after “messages”.
  3. Grammarly changed “important” to “significant”.
  4. It added, “the” before email and “a” before particular video at the end of the paragraph.

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Here is the list of fixes which Word could solve but Grammarly.

  1. It changed “Youtube” to “YouTube”.
  2. It deleted “particular” before “video” because it was unnecessary.

Although, there were some mistakes which both software could not find.

  1. In the first line “Youtuber” should be “YouTuber”.
  2. “google” should be “Google”.

Spell and grammar check – Test 02

To clear the doubt, I put both on test again. In the second spell and grammar check in Grammarly vs Word, I selected a different topic.

Original text

According to majority of people hard work is the key to success. People should not waste the time on social media like facebook or Instagram. I highly recommend to search on google to see the ways to be a successful person in this world. Ocean’s water is salty and a human need fresh water.

Grammarly

Grammarly Test 2 Results
Grammarly Test 2 Results

Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word Test 2 Results
Microsoft Word Test 2 Results

Results

Here are the results for the second test.

Grammarly:

  1. Added “the” after “according”.
  2. It removed “the” before “time.
  3. Grammarly changed “facebook and instagram” to “Facebook and Instagram”.
  4. Changed “to search” to “searching on”.
  5. Grammarly added the comma before “and”.
  6. It added “s” to need.

Microsoft Word:

  1. Microsoft Word changed “facebook and instagram” to “Facebook and Instagram”.
  2. Changed “to search” to “searching on”.

In the second test, Microsoft Word could not find anything other than two mistakes which Grammarly also found.

Winner: Regarding grammar, Grammarly is a winner. Grammarly is no doubt better than Microsoft Word and one of the favourite apps to check for grammar and spelling mistakes.

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A review video

Before we begin comparing both services, let’s watch a video made purely for the comparison. The video shows the same mistakes mentioned in this article and explains what happens and why.

Issues with both tools

Anyway, no software is perfect, but if you have both, then it is essential to check the grammar in both the tools. I have been using both for a while now, and here are some of the negatives about both.

  1. Grammarly has a lack of knowledge about checking for brand names.
  2. Microsoft Word isn’t good at suggesting comma.
  3. Overuse of Grammarly can be harmful. For example, sometimes it keeps suggesting the verbs like the word “software” to “tool” then same “tool” to “machinery”, You can see we were talking about computer software, and in two clicks Grammarly changed it to a physical machine.

Other comparisons

KeyGrammarlyMicrosoft Word
Pricing$11.66 per month on the annual plan$7 per month with OneDrive, and other Office apps
Searches1,500,000 monthly searches2,240,000 monthly searches
Overall Score8.5 out of 107 out of 10
Minimum priceFree for basic checksFree for viewing documents
LanguagesEnglish (US, UK, Canada, and Australia)English (all), China, Germany, Japan, Spain France, Russia, Italy, Turkish, Swedish, Portugal, and Dutch
Supported devicesMicrosoft Word, Mac, Web (Chrome, Firefox, and Safari), Android, and iPhone/iPadMicrosoft Windows, Mac, Linux, Web, Android, iPhone/iPad, and Windows Phone
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In conclusion

Both are great tools, and both are famous for their abilities to check for grammatical mistakes and other tasks. Word is an app for office where Grammarly is a writing assistant. I hope the comparison removes any misunderstandings or any questions. What do you think about the comparison Grammarly vs Microsoft Word? Which one do you use and why? Help me improve the article by sharing your thoughts.

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