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I'm pretty new from Android, just dumped my iOS device.

I find it pretty annoying with this feature missing that is auto correction and auto-complete.

In iOS whenever you misspell a word or type a keyboard key near the desired one, the system will automatically change it to the correct word unless demanded otherwise.

Also the auto complete contains hell of a bigger dictionary.

Do you know of a similar app/setting in Android? It takes me much more time to type in my Android.

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Please take a look at this to see how to use OS version tags: http://meta.android.stackexchange.com/q/868/1465 –  Matthew Read Mar 7 '12 at 3:11
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Stock keyboard (as well as most 3rd-party keyboard apps) has both auto-correct and auto-completion (a.k.a. "suggestions") built in. Access the keyboard settings via Settings -> Language & input -> Android keyboard. From there you can enable and fine-tune the auto correction and suggestion options.

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I did play around with the settings but is not even getting close to the iOS auto correction and completion capabilities. –  Shimmy Mar 7 '12 at 1:14
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Try different 3rd-party keyboard replacement apps from Android Market... I mean Google Play Store ;) Some have better auto-correction and suggestion features than others. –  Chahk Mar 7 '12 at 1:22
    
You have no idea how much you save me (from throwing my phone to the wall). –  John Siu Dec 31 '12 at 6:45
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