Monday, January 24, 2011

Google Scribe to Improve your Text Typing & Spelling

Google Scribe is a text completion service offered by Google. Now you can use Google’s auto-completion powers for more than just searching. This new service lets the web fill out your sentences for you in a dedicated editing tool. Apart from it, Google Scribe auto-types anywhere on the web with a bookmarklet.
Google Scribe is very beneficial for those users who have typing problems. The program includes the quick related text suggestion or phrase completion suggestion prompted based on the information users have typed in a document. This will reduce the typing mistakes of the users. You can see these suggestions in a pop down list. You just need to select the related word/phrases by pressing enter or the relevant number key.
The language menu allows you to choose your preferred language. You can find the language menu in the toolbar above the text area. The program by default, shows the suggestions of user type. You can change the option from “Always” to “On demand”, if you want only the occasional help offered by Google Scribe. Currently the tool is only available in English, though the presence of a language drop-down box strongly suggests others will be available very soon. I believe Google’s mobile users will get the real advantage from this service, as they don’t have access to a full keyboard. So what are you waiting for? Check out Google Scribe and let us know what you think about it.
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