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How to change the autocorrect settings on Android and iOS

Autocorrect is a double-edged sword. It can be really useful when it works perfectly, but things can get equally awkward when it goes wrong. We’ve all had those autocorrect mishaps from our beloved keyboard apps that completely changed the meaning of what we were trying to say, haven’t we? Thankfully, we can modify the autocorrect settings or even disable it entirely on both Android and iOS. In this guide, we’ll detail the steps you need to follow to enable or disable autocorrect on both mobile platforms.

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