Google has dropped what should be a pretty useful upgrade for their keyboard app. Version 3.0 brings us personalized suggestions, with the data being pulled from your various Google accounts and services. This means your keyboard will now know those quirky words you use only when you speak to your friends and family without you having to teach it.
Of course, the feature can be disabled if you don’t want Google using all the data it already has on you to make your typing life better. Simply head into the keyboard’s settings menu and uncheck the shiny, new “Personalized Suggestions” option.
There doesn’t seem to be much else that’s new with this upgrade, though we imagine Google’s stuffed a few unmentioned bug fixes in there for good measure. It shouldn’t take long for this thing to reach everyone, so be sure to check for the new goods in the Google Play Store if you’re anxious for the new feature.
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