TouchType Looking for Alpha Testers

Wanna do your part to help put the final touches on an Android app?  TouchType wants to hear from you!  They are currently looking for alpha testers for their upcoming SwiftKey keyboard.  By their own billing, SwiftKey is “revolutionary text prediction” for Android handsets.  According to them, it’s said to be upwards of 50% faster than other text prediction solutions.  Using text that has already been entered, their keyboard client is able to predict your next word with “incredible accuracy”.  Sounds like something we’d be down for trying, how about you?

If you’re interested in signing up, head right over to their page and fill out the form.  Let us know what you think!

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Scott has been running AndroidGuys since 2007 and loves nothing more than reading up on the latest smartphone rumors. His other mobile efforts can be found on Android Update (CNET) where he covers Google's mobile platform.

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  1. @teccan9nja
    February 12, 03:59 Reply

    This seems pretty cool, on my G1 i did a little testing for i forget the name of the soft keyboard, but it would predict your next letter by enlarging they keys it thought came next. pretty sweet for a beta.

      • moritz
        February 13, 11:34 Reply

        absolutely! qwerted is available on the android market, btw :-)

  2. Pete
    February 15, 12:53 Reply

    i signed as a tester … but i dont receive an email .. where do i get the touchtype no to test ???

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