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Grammarly is an online text editor based on artificial intelligence.[1][2] The editor checks spelling, grammar, punctuation and other mistakes.[3] Established in 2009 by Ukrainians Alex Shevchenko, Max Lytvyn, and Dmytro Lider.[4] In 2018, Grammarly launched the beta version.[5] As of 2022, it is available as a browser extension. The company is headquartered in San Francisco, California, USA.[6] The company's offices are located in Kyiv,[7] New York and Vancouver.[8][9]

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