With 74 language dictionaries now available, Adaptxt provides the most comprehensive selection among Android keyboard applications. In addition to language dictionaries, Adaptxt delivers 35 industry-specific dictionaries for professions such as finance, legal and medical. KeyPoint plans to develop additional consumer and enterprise related dictionaries this year.
Commenting on this KeyPoint’s VP of Marketing, Ronald Brown said, “KeyPoint is making advancements in linguistic science in order to make text input easier for English language as well as the most complex languages in the world.”
Adaptxt uses artificial intelligence to identify the unique words and phrases entered by each user and adds them to a personalized custom dictionary. Adaptxt is fundamentally different from – and superior to – traditional predictive solutions, which simply hunt for a match in a predetermined dictionary lexicon, then automatically change what users type, forcing them to go back and manually correct the platform’s mistake.
The Adaptxt keyboard app is available now for free from Google Play Store. The upgraded Adaptxt 2.0 keyboard works with any smartphone running Android 2.1 or later. Adaptxt 2.1 keyboard works with any tablet running Android 2.2 or later.