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SwiftKey from TouchType Debuts for the Motorola Xoom

Discussion in 'Android News' started by dgstorm, Feb 2, 2011.

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    The new SwiftKey Tablet App from TouchType just debuted. They indicated that it was designed "in partnership" with Google and Motorola for the Xoom. It has been created specifically with Honeycomb in mind, and it features a "holographic" skin that is "thumb-optimized." It also uses the company's Fluency Prediction Engine. This feature promises to predict "around a third of words" before you even enter a single character. And, it can also analyze your Gmail, Facebook and Twitter accounts to learn how you write and assist with sentences and phrases based upon your writing patterns. It looks pretty slick! Check out the video above.

    Source: Engadget
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    That is too cool....I want it!
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    ^+1 (well, the keyboard app anyway... I'll pass on the ridiculously over-priced Moto device, lol).
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    Hmm, not sure I care for the idea of an app telling me what to type. Sounds like something I would turn off the third time it suggested I use the word "nor". :p

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