New text system for latest Windows mobiles
4 March 2009 — 12:07 PM
Consumers with the latest phones have been offered a new service that aims to make text messaging easy.
Available for Windows Mobile-enabled smartphones, such as the Sony Ericsson Xperia X1, WordLogic Corporation's new predictive text software works with both standard and full qwerty keyboards.
The system aims to "accelerate the entry of text and information" by providing access to over 50,000 dictionary entries and is customisable to suit the needs of the individual user with its integrated WordChunking feature.
"WordLogic's patented novel WordChunking technology allows users to assemble large words with only a few input letters, enabling the user to type complex words quickly," the company said.
It offered one example whereby typing the word "go" will present options such as "govern", which can then be quickly highlighted to show "government" or even phrases like "government-sponsored".
Other Windows Mobile-powered devices include the new range of smartphones recently announced by Asus.
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