WordLogic is a Vancouver, British Columbia based technology firm that creates a variety of predictive text applications for computers and smart devices like Android phones and tablets. Predictive text technology is based on algorithms that track the language habits of users to predict what they plan on typing next in emails, instant messages, web searches and so on. Instead of being forced to spell words out, WorldLogic’s applications automatically complete user sentences based on each user’s unique writing pattern. This technology is designed to save time for users who want to cut down time spent typing regularly used words and phrases.
Despite the original intent of creating technology well suited for businesses and general consumers, predictive text technology has been found to be extremely useful for disabled people who have difficulty typing on electronic devices without outside help. Users with disabilities such as dyslexia and cerebral palsy tend to have higher difficulty than the average person in regards to writing. What may seem like a simple task to the average person can be daunting at time for these individuals. This reality is especially true when technology is involved.
The WordLogic Predictive keyboard feature helps users with disabilities to clearly express the thoughts that are in their heads with the assistance of a program that types out words based on the first few letters. For users with disabilities, technology like this is a major step towards being able to effectively use a computer. WordLogic offers significant discounts to certain entities in need of predictive text technology like schools and disability resource centers so that their technology is as available as possible to the people who really need it. For information on how to obtain WordLogic software for non-profit purposes call 1-866-WORDLOGIC.
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