Google docs will tell you the repeated words

All those who do not want to pay for the Office subscription have other cheaper options. One of them is at your fingertips as long as you have an active Gmail account and it is none other than Google Documents. The application, as well as the rest of the components of the office suite, are free, and now you will have more options so that your files have better spelling and grammar.

The new indications of Documents finally arrive

Google Documents is a simple application that more than covers all the needs of a user who wants to write a text. Also, downloading it to your mobile device is very simple and can be done for free, so there is no excuse not to have it installed.

Like each application, this one also needs improvements that help it to be more competent in the market and complete at all levels. The truth is that they arrive little by little and, of course, each time they improve the service like the one that is about to arrive at the company.

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According to what counts AndroidPolice, the big G is preparing an update in which Google Docs will warn you if you have repeated words. Yes, until now the application had different colors to underline errors, such as red for spelling or blue for suggestions, but soon you will see a purple color. That means that you have repeated a word, so you will not have to go back to see if the text is well written in this sense.

But what’s also new about Google Docs is nothing less than avoiding inappropriate words. It is an important function that will help you to improve the writing of the texts and always find the best words so that your texts are perfect.

The integration of these improvements will come very soon and you will find them in the Tools> Stylistic suggestions section. Then you will start to see wavy lines of three colors to correct you, and we hope you don’t have many, which will mean that your writing is very good.