By Chuong Nguyen | March 2, 2009 1:48 PM
WordLogic has a new software for Windows Mobile phones that uses a resizable on-screen keyboard to display word predictions from a library of over 50,000 words. In addition, users can add custom words, phrases, and proper nouns that they use on a regular basis.
According to CNN Money, the software will give you a list f five choices, and if you tap on one of the choices, you can go even further with WordChunking Technology:
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. For example, typing “go” will give the user a number of choices, including “govern”. Selecting this will present a new list of words including “government”. Highlighting “government” will then allow the user to choose from another selection of words such as “government-sponsored”.
The keyboard software is compatible with many programs for Windows Mobile 5 and 6. It also features gestures for inserting spaces and inputting characters.
The software is prices at $25. You can learn more from WordLogic.