The hassle of typing with a virtual keyboard on a mobile device is a complete nightmare, especially for beginners. Adaptxt Smart Keyboard App from KeyPoint Technologies, Ltd. (KPT), however, comes in handy.
Catering to consumers using Android (News - Alert) devices, KPT announced the launch of smart keyboard app Adaptxt Beta Version 1.0 for Android Tablets in July 2012.
Also announcing the two new versions of the Adaptxt smart keyboard app for Android smartphones and tablets, KPT – with an objective to deliver smarter and more natural consumer experiences in the mobile devices arena – has incorporated 103 custom language and industry-specific dictionaries, artificial intelligence and more, into the solution that together enables Android users to type e-mails and text messages quickly, accurately and succinctly.
Setting the standard for fast, convenient and intuitive text entry, the Adaptxt is an intelligent text input solution that simplifies end users’ communication while allowing them to be more expressive with minimal efforts.
Unlike traditional predictive solutions, the Adaptxt is powered by artificial intelligence to identify the unique words and phrases each person uses, and then adds them to a personalized custom dictionary.
Featuring language-specific keyboard layouts such as QWERTY, QWERTZ, QZERTY, AZERTY and a 12-key phone-style keypad, the two new versions of the Adaptxt smart keyboard app for Android devices have been incorporated with an automatic text replacement feature that allows users to create one-touch shortcuts for phrases that are frequently in use.
The keyboard app also features 35 industry-specific dictionaries for professions such as finance, legal and medical, plus 68 language dictionaries, from Arabic to Vietnamese. The 103 dictionary add-ons are available immediately for free from Google (News - Alert) Play, Amazon and GetJar.
The Adaptxt also features an industry-first SMS dictionary that provides more than 3,000 shorthand abbreviations, such as “lol,” “btw,” “gr8” and “every1,” to simplify typing text messages while keeping them from going over the 160-character limit.
According to KPT, these dictionaries complement the solution’s ability to learn each user's writing style, providing a typing experience that's fast, convenient and consistently accurate.
Apart from allowing users to quickly switch between languages, the Adaptxt for Android devices also allows users to post messages on Facebook (News - Alert) and Twitter with a single tap. Users can even add and delete words from user’s personal dictionary easily and quickly.
The tablet version of the app also features a split keyboard.
The Adaptxt 1.0 is compatible with any smartphone running Android 2.1 or later. Adaptxt 2.0 is compatible with any tablet running Android 2.2 or later.
"The beta version of Adaptxt for smartphones averaged a 4.3 rating in the Google Play store, but we weren't comfortable with anything less than perfection," said Sumit Goswami, CEO at KeyPoint Technologies (News - Alert). "We incorporated a year's worth of user feedback to create a 1.0 product that blows away keyboard apps that are in their 2.0 and 3.0 versions, not to mention the stock keyboard apps that come with Android tablets and smartphones."
Recently, KPT introduced an all-new Adaptxt Sports 2012 keyboard theme that features an “Xplore as you type” key for smartphone and tablet users.
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Edited by Braden Becker