1. AC Question's Avatar
    Hi guys,
    Recently I moved from Windows Phone to Android and I cannot find a feature which I get as for granted in Windows Phone. A very simple feature - mispelled words to be redlined in Default Samsung Galaxy S6 email app, called simple "email".
    If I type anywhere else, I can see redline if I have mispelled word, but in email I cannot.
    Please advise if I cand turn this thing on.
    Thanks Tedybb
    09-06-2015 01:55 AM
  2. TedyBB's Avatar
    Guys, anybody has an answer to that ?
    09-27-2015 02:08 AM
  3. makaroni's Avatar
    Download a new keyboard. I recommend SwiftKey. If you misspell a word, the prediction will have to proper spelling for you. Great keyboard with tons of features and it learns how you type, so if you type slang in your texts but type professionally in your emails, it will know to keep your predictions professional and when to predict how you type in your texts. I don't think there's a feature like you mentioned in the email app so this is probably your best option. Or sit there and look the word up and that could take a while lol. J/K. Good luck
    09-29-2015 08:14 AM

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