Do you say anyway or anyways? What’s the difference between them? Both anyway and anyways are considered colloquial (for use in casual or conversational English), and are used in a similar manner as standard words like regardless or nonetheless:
The event was canceled anyway, so it didn’t matter that we were running late.
Anyway (without the “s”) is my preferred word of choice. It seems to be more commonly used than anyways and, therefore, less likely to be regarded as incorrect English.