Google’s all-in-one typing solution for Android devices, Google Gboard keyboard app is now trending on the news headlines. The app has millions of users all over the world and they are now complaining about the most useful spell checker tool in the app. For the last few weeks, the spell checker isn’t working on any of the Android devices using the Gboard app as default input method. Since it is a very popular app, the number of reports are also very high. The users are reporting very aggressively on forums like reddit and xda.
Google is already facing some issues with the inappropriate text suggestions of the app. Now some users reported that this spell checker feature is broken for them for a long time. However, the tech giant hasn’t yet responded to these reports and complaints. Instead, they are focusing on adding more and more unwanted features to the app. Now the global users think that it is necessary for the app to release a bug fixing update. These prediction related errors pointing at the flaws of Google’s AI-related technologies and algorithms.
It is a good time to point out some of the recent developments at Gboard regarding more AI-based features and add-ons. The AI advances also helped in improving the Gboard’s Natural language identification. As a result, the new prediction will produce an absolute phrase needed to succeed the previous words. The old versions were only able to suggest possible words using predictive engines, but now this is a notable improvement.
These advances are made through advances in Artificial intelligence. The AI-powered predictions and native language identifications make the Gboard to its best. Google’s keyboard is evolving much faster and better with the update rolled out today. Hope changes will be applied to iOS soon.
We are yet to receive an update from the company officials. Hope Google will roll out an update to fix these issues. However, they aren’t very serious for normal users at the moment. But still, it is a considerably critical bug for an app with this much of huge userbase.