Adaptxt Keyboard App for Android Devices Comes with SMS Dictionary and More

The new application allows for faster and more accurate typing

By on November 6th, 2012 03:01 GMT

There are lots of keyboard apps for Android devices available for download, but Adaptxt may the one that offers the comfiest typing features.

Developed by KeyPoint Technologies, Adaptxt for Android enables users to type emails and text messages with a virtual keyboard.

To make things faster and more accurate, developers integrated artificial intelligence that quickly learns how each person writes and offers the right suggestion when it’s needed.

In addition, the application comes with no less than 103 custom language and industry-specific dictionaries, along with 12 innovative features, such as the possibility to access Wikipedia definitions and toggle between languages with just one click.

According to KeyPoint Technologies engineers, Adaptxt works completely different than other predictive apps. The application embeds 35 industry-specific dictionaries for various professions, including finance, legal and medical, as well as 68 language dictionaries.

There’s also an SMS dictionary included, which is said to provide more than 3,000 abbreviations, including lol, btw, gr8 and every1, which makes typing an SMS much easier.

Adaptxt also features a “private mode” that suspends learning to keep words from being added to one’s personal dictionary. Users will also be able to post messages on Facebook and Twitter with just a single click directly from Adaptxt.

Both versions of Adaptxt 1.0 are now available as free download via Google Play store, and it should be fully compatible with all phones running Android 2.1 and up and tablets powered by Android 2.2 and higher. Check it out here.

“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. 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,” said Sumit Goswami, KeyPoint Technologies CEO.

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