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ai.type's New Keyboard App Release Provides Android Users with a Disruptive, Typing Productivity Experience When They Need it Most

ai.type 2.0 Grants Users an Entirely Fresh and Urban User Experience, Including the World's First Crowdsourced Predictive Text

TEL AVIV, Israel, March 13, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- With ai.type 2.0 gradual release to the public, the company is seeking to build on its' successful service (offered as both a paid and free option), with an entirely fresh and disruptive typing experience that instills an 'Urban' like feel. This look & feel is highlighted and supported via the following effects:


●      Key-press Fade. Fade out key, see where you just clicked

●      Correction Blink. Keyboard blinks to alert user to text correction

●      Popup Progress. Intuitive display of Alt-Long Clicks to notify user of what function will be

●      Spacebar Correction. Spacebar color change when there is a correction

●      Shift-Key Glow. On the fly customized keyboard layout via key dragging

●      Split Space. Provides option to undo corrections easily

CEO Eitan Fitusi likens the latest version to the "WAZE of Android Keyboards" based on its unique ability to crowdsource based on a user's typing patterns. With over 15 million downloads to date, there is a lot to crowdsource from. Search based on what the user is typing is also an addition that will enhance productivity.

ironSource, a global, leading digital distribution company, partnered with ai.type for the 2.0 version launch:

"Our partnership with ai.type encouraged us to push our creative thinking to develop an entirely new solution with lucrative results...finding new, transparent and user-friendly ways to support gifted app developers." - ironSource Head of Mobile Itay Riemer

In all, 7 new exciting features include:

●      Crowdsourced Prediction Engine allows more accurate prediction based on what other users are typing.

●      Swiping Capabilities enables faster typing via easy finger sliding on keyboard.

●      Grammar and Spelling Check for entire sentences, powered by Ginger Software.

●      'Urban Experience' presents a new typing experience with unique and customizable visual feedback

●      Backup/Restore provides the ability to restore your personal preferences such as writing style, settings and customization.

●      Brand New Emoji Plugins.

●      Integrated context based search tool enables quick search from the keyboard's top row.

These features will be a welcome addition to ai.type's user base, who already have been enjoying ai.type's original features such as dynamic keyboard resizing, flexible customization, 5th row for numbers, next word prediction and contextual correction capabilities in more than 30 languages, Voice Narrations, and many more.

ai.type is proud to announce its relationship with Intel. As an Intel® Software Partner, we worked to get ai.type Keyboard optimized on Intel's latest platform while having access to Intel's technical and marketing support centers. 

ai.type version is available for download here

Here's a video of ai.type 2.0 in action

Contact: ai.type
Udi Yehezkel, VP BizDev
[email protected]

Media Contact: Alex Gutman, ai.type, +972 54 2679454, [email protected]

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