I don’t know why the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra used an autocorrect joke as a vehicle to promote their brand, but you know what? At least it’s not a horrifying ad for breast augmentation.
Artist James Chapman depicted Game of Thrones characters as the autocorrected versions of their fantastical names, and the results are funny and delightful.
Since ancient times, iPhone owners have cursed the dreaded Autocorrect. They've lived in fear that the Apple monstrosity will get them fired, alienate them from parents, and generally destroy all forms of meaningful relationship. With iOS 8, however, the autocorrect function has a devilish new counterpart: Apple's…
Despite the well-documented foibles of autocorrect, it actually is pretty good at turning my gibberish touch typing into comprehensible if profanity-free prose. For that, we have a man by the name of Bill Vaginal to thank. Erh, I mean Vignola.
Sick of your shits turning to shuts and your yo's turning to to's? We are, too. Here's a simple solution that forces your foul-mouthed will upon your phone's autocorrect.
Are you a lazy texter? Do you have fat fingers? Did you sleep through all of your English classes? Well, none of that matters any more with the imminent release of new software that not only autocorrects your misspelled words but also fixes your grammar mistakes.
Autocorrect can be a beautiful thing. It can also be a pain in the ass. Either way there's apparently a "kill list" that Apple's built-in iOS autocorrect function simply ignores, according to a Daily Beast report.
Swype, the sliding keyboard that dramatically speeds up typing on Android, just got a little more clever. As well as offering a more fluid typing experience, it now crowd-sources your autocorrections—which should (hopefully) make for fewer embarrassing mistakes.
Autocorrect has been behind more than its share of misunderstandings, but today it stirred up a whole heap of trouble, even by its sketchy standards. Some poor college student's phone corrected "gunna" to "gunman" and got a school put into lockdown by the police.
Turns out iOS 5 is hiding Easter Eggs aplenty. Besides the camera's secret panorama mode, an Android-style auto-correct bar has been uncovered as well.
Here's a pro tip for mobile developers: before you submit your application to an app store, check to see what auto correct does to your application's name. Just ask Dallas company Locai, this simple check could make or break your app.
Guys! The GMA crew discovered this crazy site called Damn You, Auto Correct, which chronicles 100% real instances of the iPhone autocorrecting what people wanted to text to something zany. Great! Except for the part where it's fake.
The end of the month is here, and that means it's time to do a little housekeeping on our list of the absolute best iPhone apps. Who will be inducted? Who will unceremoniously get the boot?
Auto Correct can really make life awkward at times, but who knew that it could help uncover the secrets your parents are keeping from you?
I'm typing these sentences on my iPhone and the ducking auto correct feature is getting in the way so much that that I want to hump up and down in frustration. Damn you, auto correct! Damn you to ducking he'll!
News about the possibility of manual auto-correct shut-off showing up in the iPhone 2.2 software has sparked a minor debate amongst the editors about the usefulness of such a feature. Most people would probably leave it on, but it would be nice to type the word "fuck" now and then without iPhone wholesomeness turning…