Google Scribe Gives Autocomplete Suggestions As You Type
By on September 7th, 2010

Google has announced a new experiment in Google Labs called Google Scribe which provides you with autocomplete suggestions as you type.

Google Scribe Autocomplete Suggestions

Google Scribe in a nutshell is a text completion service which uses to provide related word or phrase completion suggestions as you type. In addition to that Google Scribe’s suggestions also indicate correct or popular phrases to use.

Google Scribe provides autocomplete suggestions in several languages and also provides users with several keyboard and mouse shortcuts.

The interesting thing about Google Scribe is that it allows for easy integration with any webpage by using the Google Scribe Bookmarklet. So this would also allow you to use it with any website which provides you with a textbox or textarea to enter content. However, this feature does not work with Google Docs and it would be interesting if Google integrates it with it.

You can try out the Google Scribe feature by visiting http://scribe.googlelabs.com/.

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