Android: Google's smart keyboard does its best to learn the way you type, but it occasionally gets it wrong. In the latest version, you can now easily remove words from your user dictionary with a simple long-press and drag. This new feature was slipped into Google Keyboard 5.0 alongside several other bigger features like one-handed mode and improvements to gesture typing. When you want to remove a suggestion as you're typing, simply long-press the word and drag it upwards. A trash can icon will appear. Release the word on top of the can and it's gone for good.
Remove Typing Suggestions From Your Google Keyboard With A Simple Gesture
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