There’s a lot to like about Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S4 smartphone; it’s the fastest-selling Android phone ever for plenty of great reasons. As awesome as the phone is though, there are some things about it that are absolutely maddening. For me, Samsung’s keyboard might be my biggest qualm where core functionality is concerned, namely because it doesn’t support an auto-correct function. Luckily for users like me who can’t survive without auto-correct, there’s an easy (and free) way to fix this huge omission. As terrible as some auto-correct implementations are — I’m looking at you, Apple — living without this crucial feature is far worse. Instead of auto-correct, Samsung’s keyboard tries to predict the words users type in a field above the keyboard and allows them to tap suggestions to insert the completed word.