Thursday, June 1, 2017

7 ways to master the autocorrection of your iPhone and iPad


We have all been through this once in our life. You're writing a message so blithely from the iOS keyboard of your iPhone / iPad when, suddenly, when you look up to the user interface of a chat conversation ...
Instead of the alleged message "Hi Pepito, have you seen the last season of Better Call Saul?" What you've actually written thanks to the self-correcting functionality has been "Hello Pepe, have you come the last vet temple shut up Saul?
That is, auto-correction of iOS (and any other mobile operating system) is not always helpful. However, in this article we tell you 7 ways to master the autocorrection of your iPhone and your iPad so you do not have to end up deactivating this function.

Murciélo or bat?

Self-correction has its limitations, especially with the Castilian language, since written language has certain connotations and ambiguities that are not always collected by each operating system. For example, did you know that bats are a correct word? It is the original form of "bat". The problem is that the technology industry does not know this type of specific words , so we recommend to be attentive to the screen every time we write something similar.

New tricks to an old dog ...

One way to teach iOS to write well with self-correction is to open the Notes app and write a new word. If you do not recognize it, the autocorrect will probably suggest another. You should reject this recommendation by pressing the "X" symbol. You will have to repeat the process 10 times until the suggestion does not appear.

Contact touch

Another way to master self-correction is by creating a new contact and including a word with which you have had problems, for example an Anglicism like "Cliffhanger". In the future iOS will recognize it as a contact and will not correct it.
Keyboard

Your personal RAE

You can enter words manually into your own iOS dictionary. Open Settings> General> Keyboard and go to Text Replacement . If the autocorrection suggests another word frequently, write it in the section "Phrase" and "Quick function". In the future self-correction should recognize the word, even if it is "bats".

Say NO ... to self-correction

If QuickType text prediction suggests words you do not want to use, simply end what you were typing and press the "X" button to reject the suggestion . The iOS keyboard is very proactive, and your self-correction will learn the more you use it.

I do Chas! And I appear to your side ...

It is possible that iOS autocorrection stops working properly over time, since we can not always pay attention to what we are writing in a chat. Luckily you can restart the dictionary from Settings> General> Reset> Reset keyboard dictionary .

It's over! It's not for you, it's for me.

Self-correction is not for you if you often write fast abbreviating words in messages and tweets. But do not worry, you can always deactivate the function from Settings> General> Keyboard.
We hope these little tips, tricks and tips will help you get better with the auto correction of your iPhone or iPad. And remember, being Internet does not mean that you should not put aside the spelling ...
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