11/22/2010, 11:22 AM
I haven't used the iPhone so I can't speak to it, but I can say the WebOS 2.0 Autocorrect is better by leaps and bounds than ANY I have seen.
Originally Posted by lyptt
Every word it doesn't recognize is underlined in red, every word it autocorrects is underlined in gray, every underlined gray word can be tapped to bring up a pop-up to revert to the original typed word, every underlined red word can be tapped to bring up all of the possible options to correct to, or scroll to the far right in the pop up to add the word to the dictionary.\
Plus toggles to turn on/off, autocorrect, autocaps, and shortcuts, as well as sound notification for autocorrect.
Not to mention the completely customizable user dictionary that displays learned words and words you can add manually, plus the shortcuts dictionary that you can add whatever shorthand you want to use to be able to quickly tap out texts, emails and documents.
I would be interested to know which of those features iOS has and doesn't have, plus what the iOS autocorrect does, that WebOS 2.0 does not.