Brad Hoover, the companys CEO, confirmed to TechCrunch that the funding catapults the companys valuation to over $1 billion, as it gears up to grow to more users by expanding Grammarlys tools and bringing them to more platforms. Today, Grammarly can be used across a number of browsers via browser extensions, as a web app, through mobile and on desktop apps, and through specific apps such as Microsoft Office. But the area where we communicate via the written word is expanding all the time —...

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