No I Did Not Mean That

Software that offers suggestions for what you meant to type when you key it incorrectly is useful. It is notably less effective when you enter a perfectly good word and the program offers up a non-existent word.

In the example below, I was looking for software with the word “President”; the App Store’s suggestion was curious – fortunately it used my actual typing to find apps and did not take its own suggestion.

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Published in: on 28 April, 2013 at 19:50  Leave a Comment  

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