Chrome adds support for simultaneous multilingual spell-check

Chrome Check

Do you type too fast, and therefore end up making a few spelling errors? Need not to worry now as Chrome’s built-in spell checker will automatically check you spelling in text fields and in web. Google’s developer Francois Beaufort revealed that the company, with its latest experiment ‘Chrome Canary’, can now spell-check multiple languages simultaneously.

To turn the feature on:

  1. User has to install Chrome Canary.
  2. Select settings and click on show advance settings.
  3. From the languages, select ‘Language and Input Settings’.
  4. Choose the language you want to use and click on ‘Use this language for spell checking’ on the right.

Chrome Canary is available on for Windows, ChromeOS and Linux; though it’s yet to land on Mac-OS X.

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