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A.I.type keyboard beta

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Price: Free

Rating: 2.15/5 (13 votes)

Description

A.I.type's revolutionary text prediction will help you type faster and better!

An intelligent keyboard with revolutionary context-sensitive text prediction, auto-correction, auto-learning, undo/redo/navigation capabilities and cool (and customizable!) skins (WP7 and iPhone for instance).

The keyboard provides out-of-the-box English prediction only at the moment, but it learns any language you use! (add your local language in the keyboard settings, if it's not selected by default).

Psychic word completions and predictions are generated by A.I.type’s servers on the Cloud. When the device is offline or Internet connection is too slow, or if you disabled Cloud-based prediction, word suggestion will be provided by the device itself.

The keyboard also learns your unique words and style of writing (MyType). Just type your texts normally and it will keep learning. The learning model is stored on the device itself and is NOT shared with our servers.

Privacy notice: while installing A.I.type Keyboard, you will receive a warning message about collecting sensitive data. This is the standard general-purpose Android message issued for any downloaded keyboard and it does not pertain to A.I.type. Our keyboard DOES NOT COLLECT YOUR SENSITIVE DATA.

Personal request: if you like our keyboard - please be kind and give us 5 stars in the Market, plus a nice comment. If you don't like us - please let us know why (support@aitype.com), and we urge you to hold yourself from rating us low. We are working hard to make it a great keyboard, and there are many challenges in the way... We are very responsive and appreciative to feedback and comments, and answer every message (if you provide contact details, of course).

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* Suggests your next word!* Completes your current word!* Corrects your spelling as you type!* Auto corrects your typos when…

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