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See How Easy it is to Add Words to BlackBerry 10’s Dictionary

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I have seen quite a few demos of BlackBerry 10 already but the thing that I have been most excited about is when I see RIM starting to add their classic refinements. One of the things that first drew me to the BlackBerry OS was that things were thought out. For example, if you are in an email and hit the menu button it will default on “Reply” and if you hit it again on the next screen it will default to “Send.” In short it is intuitive.

Dave pointed out this video spotted by nerdberry that shows how these refinements are coming to BlackBerry 10. This very short video below shows how you double tap on an unrecognized underlined word and you can easily add it to your dictionary or correct it.

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  1. This is one of the man things I like about blackberry OS. I’m glad RIMM is bringing it over to BB10.

  2. It’s these kind of little things that make a world of difference to me. I keep trying to drive this point home to my “BlackBerry is dead” friends and they just don’t get it – the little tiny things that just add up to a whole different user experience. Would I choose a phone simply because I can glance down at my pocket and tell from the LED whether there’s something new? No. But add that to holster mode and the myriad other features which just “make so much sense” and you have a whole different user experience. Keep it up, RIM!

  3. Amen.

  4. Yeah I was glad to see holster mode is also carried over to BlackBerry 10

  5. Anyone know how to *remove* words that are auto-added to the keyboard autocorrect?

    I have typos that keep showing up as suggestions now – looked through Settings, but the only thing I saw was an empty dictionary.

  6. YES! This is what makes Blackberry a Blackberry. This is what keeps me with Blackberry. This is what helps me be a person that ‘gets things done’. I’m fully expecting all of these important details and touches to transition over from BB7 to BB10 and see some even newer revolutionary add-ons with the BB10 platform.

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