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Google Keyboard Gains Improved Auto-Correct Powers

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Mar 20, 2014, 7:14 AM   by Eric M. Zeman

Google has updated the standalone Google Keyboard application for Android devices with the goal of improving users' typing accuracy. The new software can be set to mine typing data from all the Google services on board the device (Gmail, Maps, Chrome. Hangouts, etc.). It will analyze that data and make automatic additions to the Personalized Suggestions. The data is stored locally on the phone or tablet, and not Google's servers. The feature can also be turned off. Google Keyboard is free to download from the Google Play Store.

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Mar 20, 2014, 1:38 PM

Come on!

Go back to school and learn proper grammer first!!! Depending on a phone to do it for you instead of your birth given brain is pathetic. 🙄
I'm pretty sure the point is more about getting the words right in the first place? With the swype technology, there are often multiple possibilities for what you are trying to say based on the pattern you swipe, and correcting slightly kamikaze speed...
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