After releasing, the much anticipated Chrome Beta (version 26) today. Google team is ready to roll out a new Spell checker, which would work on different webpages of your browser and on Google Docs.
The new version supports multiple languages plus three additional languages are included (Korean, Tamil and Albanian). However, that is not all because there are a number of other improvements. The most prominent new feature is the improvement in syncing your Chrome between your devices.
Now you can also sync your custom dictionaries, so there is no need to train your new ChromeBook that “How to spell your name or other tangling words”.
Furthermore, in this version of Chrome we have an enriched version of the “Ask Google for suggestions” spell checker that is not only limited to Browser’s default dictionary but it also revised by Google’s web service spell checker.
In this version, Google has focused mainly over improving the grammatical structure of their software like, Synonyms, homonyms and context-sensitive spelling checker in English. The whole machinery is powered by the same technology that is used by Google Search.
Currently, this feature is only accessible in English language. However, it will also support other languages soon
About new spell check engine, Google Said that, “This engine even understands some proper nouns like ‘Justin Bieber’ and ‘Skillex’ so if anyone is wondering how many nouns there are in Dananananaykroyd, do not worry anymore because there are four.
As per Chrome OS, Google explains that, “it will provide the same experience not only on the computer but also on the App launcher on ChromeBook” if you have never used a Chrome Book before, this app launcher is an in a little window that has all the apps in one place.
Here’s how it looks:
Windows, Linus, and Chrome OS users can soon make use of this robust plugin and the new spell checker would appear in the sable version of Chrome Soon. Unfortunately, Mac users have to wait a bit longer to get their hands on this fascinating tool.
So far the results of the enhancement are pretty much impressive, and it seems like Google developers have done a decent job. It is a more than handy tool for bloggers who daily need to check their grammatical errors and spelling mistakes, before publishing their article live onto their site. I would rate it 8 out of 10 because nothing in this world in invincible.
What are your thoughts and views about the recent enhancement that Google has made in their Browser?
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