Recognized by Frost & Sullivan as the recipient of the 2014 North American Enabling Technology Leadership Award for Predictive Keyboard Applications, WordLogic is earning its reputation as a global leader in predictive text input technology – an honor backed by multiple patents and a revolutionary predictive engine. In addition to providing individuals and businesses with innovative touch-screen search and communication solutions, WordLogic offers a range of licensing options of its technology and patent portfolio.
The company’s technology incorporates proprietary Gesturing™ and WordChunking™ features that significantly accelerate typing speeds while reducing the effort needed for accuracy when composing communication via instant messaging, text messaging, captioning, email and information searching. The iKnowU® keyboard becomes more accurate with each use, continuously learning about the user’s style and preferences. Utilizing the WordChunking and Gesturing, iKnowU enables the user to chain together phrases and create whole sentences in seconds.
For business applications, WordLogic has developed a unique cloud solution to fit the specific needs of multiple industry sectors, enabling enterprises to create a single cloud-based dictionary specific to the company’s realm of expertise or multiple dictionaries specific for individual specialties or departments. This cloud solution creates continuity for users across multiple devices, boosting accuracy and productivity.
As WordLogic works to expand its own patent portfolio, the company offers technology and patent licensing opportunities to potential business partners around the world. Positioned to work with existing Android mobile software and tablet app development teams, WordLogic delivers technology that not only enhance phrase discovery for consumers and businesses, but also boasts refined search capabilities that benefit advertising and product models.
Educational and reference ebook publishers, for example, can integrate their content with WordLogic’s Refined Search feature to access the web and provide instant, multi-level predictive search with up to 50% fewer steps than currently available techniques. The WordLogic software incorporates a web portal that functions as a “smart” Internet research assistant by performing “browser-less” web searches on highlighted text without the user having to open a web browser.
The Predictive Keyboard for years has also been used as an assistive device for Americans with dyslexia and cerebral palsy. The company believes that its software could further be advantageous as a learning tool in situations where English is being taught or is a second language. The technology can be adopted as typing software, an assistive technology, a research tool, and an aid in language learning and instruction, as well as for many other purposes.
WordLogic in 2014 established alliances with industry behemoths Apple, Inc. and General Electric Corp., further evidencing the company’s growing foothold in the predictive text industry and ability to deliver viable partnership opportunities.
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