Like most folks who grew up around computers, I depend heavily on software tools to make my work easier.
Good grammar software has long been one of my most important devices, helping me clean up my writing without too much extra work.
You may think that writers are supposed to be good with grammar and all that technical stuff.
Unfortunately, you can't be more wrong.
Many people writing for online publication, do save time by ignoring grammatical mistakes, or completely skip spelling, grammar or writing style checking.
Fact is, working writers need supportive tools just as much as the next guy.
Writers don't get paid for their grammar, after all.
They get work, mostly, for their insights, their ability string ideas together and their skill at presenting issues in a way that others can appreciate.
If you can see the first draft of many writers' work, you'll be laughing your socks off with the amount of errors you will find, from misspellings to wrong word usage.
As such, they need an English writing software, just as much as you do, to catch those misgivings, without having to having to run through their copy word per word.
Almost every writer I know who's comfortable with computers (let's leave the old-school semi-Luddites out of this) use an advanced grammar software of some sort.
If people that skilled in the art of writing recognize their value, should not you do too?