Looking for a smart solution for text input? Then this might be just what you need (Video)

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  • 26 Jun 2012
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  • Although there is no shortage of ways to enter text on Android, I am of course referring to applications that replace the standard keyboard, the solution that KeyPoint Technologies offer is certainly worth a try. “Faster, Smarter & Fluid texting in 50 Languages,” do I have your attention?

    Adaptxt Keyboard - Beta

    Adaptxt is available for both tablets and smartphones on the Android platform. The application is still in Beta, near final version and has recently received an update that brings many improvements, especially in terms of prediction and error correction. Adaptxt like other popular solutions that we have recently presented includes the option to customize predictions based on text input from connecting to the most popular services like Facebook, Twitter, SMS and contact lists. Once installed you have to complete the necessary steps to download add-ons that contain different languages or you can do that straight from the Play Store. Then you can set the priority for every add-on based on your most used language. In the keyboard settings menu you can set the theme of the two available (Dark and Bright), add abbreviations for words, set the error correction parameters and the keyboard feedback by vibration or sound. You can also backup your personal dictionary to SD card.

    Looking for a smart solution for text input

    Adaptxt works very well and offers good predictions. I would have appreciated some more customization options but maybe we’ll see those in the final version. Meanwhile you can get Adaptxt by accessing the link to the Play Store.

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