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Google Chrome takes spell checking into the cloud
It's that time in Chrome's six-weekly release cycle where another stable version is pushed out the door. Leading the feature list this time is an addition entitled "Ask Google for suggestions".
This feature sends the text that a user types to Google's servers for context-sensitive spell checking, homonym suggesting, and grammar checking.
Also added in this Chrome release is a feature that synchronises the custom words added to dictionaries between different devices using Chrome.
These changes are available on Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS — Mac support is still being worked on.
Google Chrome takes spell checking into the cloud | ZDNet
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