iOS’ autocorrect can become a bit annoying when a correctly typed word is replaced with something else. It is because the word isn’t in the iOS dictionary. If you are using some words frequently, it is always better to add them to your iOS dictionary. Here is the quickest way to add new words in iOS. To do so, open Safari and type the word in the search field. Once you press the GO button, iOS will stop correcting that word for you. You can also add the words to the shortcuts list (which syncs across all your devices). For that go to Settings then General then Keyboards and then Shortcuts.
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Layoffs and an office auction sparked rumors that home rental startup Radpad was on its deathbed last year. After raising over $12 million in funding, hefty legal fees from a “data scraping” lawsuit with Craigslist had put the LA-based startup nearly out of business. But TechCrunch has learned that RadPad has found itself a new […]
Earlier this week, a report from Associated Press highlighted how Google continues to track the location of iOS users despite them turning off location history. The revelation led to Google receiving a flurry of criticism, though the company was quick to issue a statement clarifying why it collects location data of iOS users even with ‘Location History’ […]