There's a (free) add-on to Chrome called Grammarly that reviews what you write as you write. Linked to below; heck, I even have it active right now. For anyone wishing to stick to familiar software, I suppose they could always copy/paste their writing into Word and check for errors there.
I love Grammarly (the free version but it apparently can cause a few issues on HubPages. I still use it regardless of that.
There's also Ginger. Costs like $5 as an ap and then can be downloaded on computer and also used as an extension. I use grammarly and ginger. They each pick up different things.
I occasionally use Grammarly, especially since it has a free edition.
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Preferably something free!
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