New android keyboards to auto-complete your words

Have yo imagine about the programme which complete your sentence as you start writing.









Swift Key 3 app scan your Facebook Facebook and Twitter identities, read your Gmail, subscribe to your blog’s RSS feed and look over your outgoing text messages to learn your style. This app cost 3.99$ and available in Tablet and phone version. Two android developers have been working on a latest app that can scan your social-media, text-messaging and Gmail output to get a better sense of how you write.

This features has allowed SwiftKey to auto-complete words way too esoteric for the standard Android keyboard. However, its habit of automatically adding a space after a comma saves too little effort for the confusion it causes, and typing abbreviations with periods like “L.A.” is borderline impossible unless you add in that punctuation later on.

The other app Swype has already won fans for this clever shortcut – you trace a path over the letters you want to type, allowing for exceedingly fast input of even long words. But that approach breaks down if Swype’s dictionary lacks the word you desired.

The current beta aims to fix that with Swype Connect. With permission, it scans the names of your Facebook friends, your Twitter updates and the handles of people you follow there, your Gmail and your outgoing texts. It won’t learn as much about you as Swype SwiftKey, but it also requires less faith in its Seattle-based developers.


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