Thursday, September 9, 2010

Google Scribe better than reading a book, App is remnant from Google instant.

Google labs has just released Scribe, a service that can finish a sentance for you.
Twitter geeks have already discovered an experimental Google Labs product that appears to be related to the search upgrade.
Called Google Scribe, the service suggests new words and phrases to you as you type, and can even finish off whole sentences if you let it.
The difference between it and the new search box is that Scribe can be used anywhere on the web you have to enter text.
The program seems to be designed to predict what users want to type before they type it — but it isn't always successful.
Left to its own devices, Scribe can begin churning out a type of bizarre word-association poetry with a noticeably technical bent.

 Try it out here:

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