For instance, my son showed me a funny thing. When you are typing a text message, you can simply hit the words offered to you by auto-correct or whatever you call that little bar that offers you words.
In the picture above, it is the part that says "What".
That is not my hand, by the way. Or my phone. I got this picture off the internet. I forget the name of the site I copied from.
Anyway, you can start a message and then just rapidly tap that word (in this case "What" but any word might appear there) over and over again. The Android will magically type your message for you based on some Androidy logarithm of words that go together or are frequently used or are in your own personal word bank from the data stored in the blah blahbitty blah I don't really know how it works.
The point is, my Android wrote this:
I AM GOING TO SHOPRITE LATER TODAY. I AM A BEAUTIFUL PERSON. I AM A BEAUTIFUL, AND I WILL BE THERE. IT HAS TO DO. I HAVE A DR APT, BUT IT WOULD TAKE TO MAKE A DECISION ON WHAT TO SAY. YOU ARE HERE.
Turns out the Android is a powerful seer. I am always going to Shoprite, and I am a beautiful person, inasmuch as any 50 something woman with dry skin, short legs and an impatient temperament can be. Between myself, the kids, my husband and the dog, I am pretty sure someone does indeed have a Dr. appointment (though not an apartment) today.
And, in fact, you are here. You are reading this.
My phone is a poet and a visionary. And, I can use it to call people.
What does your Android say?