If you’re constantly having trouble with autocorrect on your iPhone, you might want to try a new keyboard.
Apple lets you install competing keyboards from Google and Microsoft, which some people prefer.
They use their own technology to correct words, so you might want to give it a try.
How to change my iPhone keyboard
First you need to install an alternative keyboard.
Here are a few worth trying:
Gboard is Google’s own keyboard.
It has the added benefit of being able to use Google search directly within it as well.
SwiftKey is Microsoft’s interpretation of a keyboard.
The app was briefly removed earlier this year before being reintroduced due to popular demand.
Among the many things it does is the ability to learn your writing style.
grammar is another popular option.
It is known for advanced grammar checks.
Once you have installed one from the App Store.
Then you have to go settings from the iPhone main screen.
Next go to Generallyfollowed by keyboard.
Tap on keyboards.
Choose Add new keyboard….
Find the keyboard you installed in the list.
Go back and select it at the top.
Beat allow full access.
Finally strike To allow.
Now your keyboard will change.
If you want to change it back at any time, just follow the steps again, but this time choose English (UK).
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