New App: iKnowU Keyboard Free, a Great Keyboard With Word and Phrase Prediction (Video)

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  • 10 Oct 2012
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  • Straight from WordLogic Corporation comes an app called iKnowU Keyboard Free, a keyboard for Android that adapts to your typing habits. The application requires Android 2.2 and up and it only takes up 1.3 MB of storage. It’s available for free right now, apparently only for a 30 day trial, that will be followed by a $1.99 paid version, coming soon.

    iKnowU relies on patented technology and it’s able to become more accurate every time you use it. The app knows you’re about to type and lets you complete sentences at great speeds. Among the features of the keyboard we find WordChunking and Gesturing. Those enable you to chain together phrases and make whole sentences in just seconds. Those save you precious time. With WordChunking the phone displays possible predictions and allows you to find the word or phrase you’re looking for. With Gesturing you can enter words and phrases with alternative sub second input, for ultra fast text entry and full accuracy.

    Cloud syncing allows you to synchronize iKnowU between all of your devices. The app is even able to learn and monitor your tying style and use of words, trying to predict things better next time. Multi keyboards and themes are available, as well as support for multi dictionary, a feature soon to be released. The app is available here.

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