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KeyPoint pronounces Adaptxt 3.0 beta intended for Android keyboards


SAN JOSE, USA: KeyPoint Technologies, an award-winning world leader in user interface technology, pronounced that Adaptxt 3.0 smart keyboard app is now available in beta.

Adaptxt substitutes users’ standard smartphone keyboards empowering them to interact effortlessly with their apps, emails and text messages with a keyboard that is practical, personalized and engaging. Adaptxt 3.0 not only comprehends what users are typing, but it identifies the very location of the user and what application they are running in order to provide more accurate and contextual word predictions.

Buttressed with over one million downloads, Adaptxt’s novel features and improvements are based on requests and useful suggestions from users. Adaptxt is at the moment the first keyboard where users are able to set preferred locations on their device or turn on auto-location, letting the built-in Adaptxt dictionary to populate nearby street names, landmarks and relevant addresses.

Using the localization feature, the continuing frustration associate with autocorrect is significantly reduced, as it predicts and suggests names and words related to the user’s location.


Jawed Akhtar

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