This week Keypoint Technologies has launched its new Adaptxt Keyboard v 1.0 beta , which has been designed to provide additional keyboard functionality when typing on Android tablets.
Adaptxt Keyboard v 1.0 beta version provides a number of features to Android tablet users, including a split keyboard function, enhanced keyboard layouts specifically designed for tablets, and a new ergonomically designed suggestion bar that can be repositioned anywhere on the screen.
Other features include a new experimental handwriting recognition feature, together with support for 50+ languages, and industry specific dictionaries covering IT, Telecoms, Medicine, Law and Finance.
The Adaptxt Keyboard v 1.0 Beta is currently free to download from the Google Play Store, however once is finishes its beta stage of development, you can expect a price to then be added, so don’t delay.
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