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In an app I am writing in Android Studio, I have a text field where users enter individual letters. I want to suggest words as they enter letters. However, extensive Googling has not been helpful as the suggestions are consistently outdated.
1.Is there a way to leverage Android's predictive text abilities?
2.Is there an external predictive text library which I could apply?
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