GSpell is a great little add-on for the Mac OS that basically uses the power of Google as a spell-checker for all your desktop applications. It works in Word, Firefox, email…. everything on your computer. It’s cool because it searches the internet for the misspelled word, so it automatically knows words that your computer’s dictionary wouldn’t know. For example:
Spell checking phrases in TextEdit. Direct download to .mov file if above clickiness doesn’t work.
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