WordLogic develops, markets, licenses and sells advanced predictive platform software designed to accelerate web navigation and text input on a wide variety of devices, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, Smart TVs, media players, automotive navigational systems and game consoles.
The company’s core technology is the award-winning iKnowU keyboard. Using patented technology, iKnowU becomes more accurate with each use, ultimately enabling it to predict what the user is about to type for accelerated messaging capabilities. iKnowU leverages WordChunking™ and Gesturing™ features that enable the user to link phrases to rapidly create whole sentences.
Symbolic of its capabilities, WordLogic’s patent pending REACH™ technology “reaches” into other installed apps to retrieve key information without leaving the text or email composition screen. This enables the user to remain in a single application (i.e. Facebook, Yahoo, etc.) while drawing information from other applications. REACH also accesses deals and advertising relevant to the user’s texting, a feature advantageous to the consumer as well as advertisers. REACH is available on Android and will soon be available on iOS 8.
Leveraging more than 10 years of operations, WordLogic has extended the applicability of its technology to encompass the healthcare, utilities, legal and consumer electronics industries.
WordLogic’s predictive input technology is tailored to fit each client’s specific messaging needs by creating a cloud-based company dictionary that enables company and/or industry specific words and phrases that can be synched across all of the devices of the client’s workforce. This solution creates continuity for individuals across multiple devices, boosts accuracy and productivity, and ultimately saves time and money.
Frost & Sullivan earlier this year conducted research on the market for predictive text and upon its findings presented WordLogic with the 2014 North American Frost & Sullivan Award for Enabling Technology Leadership. The research firm issues this word to companies that have developed pioneering technology that enhances current products and enables the development of newer products and applications.
“Reach™ offers significant flexibility in accessing various apps and resources within the mobile device, as well as from resources on the Web or within the enterprise,” Frost & Sullivan Research Analyst Sathya Vendhan stated in an earlier news release. “Alternative solutions require users to close their existing applications to open/access any other app’s information and then cut and paste that information into the document or message they were composing. With Reach™, they can complete all these actions simultaneously without ever leaving their current app.”
Frost & Sullivan forecasts that within one to two years WordLogic Prediction Engine and associated technologies will be embedded in digital appliances and wearable technologies. This projection is timely, preceding Apple, Inc.’s recent launch of the Apple Watch.
“At a time when mobile computing is growing at breakneck speed and phone manufacturers are looking to stand out from the clutter, WordLogic’s array of technologies and robust intellectual property portfolio make it an ideal partner for tier-one mobile device manufacturers,” said Vendhan. “Smaller-form mobile and wearable computing devices, including watches and glasses, will also benefit from WordLogic’s innovations, such as text prediction and its ability to quickly find relevant information tied to the text all within a market-leading small footprint.”
WordLogic’s intellectual property portfolio includes U.S. and European patents as well as numerous pending patent applications. The company continues to apply its patented technology to the broader market, seeking licensing opportunities and partnerships to support its corporate goals for expansion and visibility.
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