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The Indian smartphone market is currently on the rise. And with its rise, comes popularity for several different types of apps that are meant to serve a number of purposes on installation. However, with localization (and anything related to it) going popular in recent times with Indian developers, a brand new app has been announced that makes use of location to suggest related words.
All that being said, developer KeyPoint Technologies has officially announced Adaptxt 3.0, the world's first location-based keyboard app. While still in its beta stages, Adaptxt 3.0 offers location-based word suggestions which aims at intelligently pin-pointing the user's location and suggest completed words to take forward a certain conversation.
"With the Adaptxt 3.0 update we intend to redefine prediction to the extent that it understands your writing style and context better, thus predicting nearly everything that you think and write," says Mr. Sumit Goswami, CEO, KeyPoint Technologies.
"With the biggest ever language & dictionary bank, location and app based word suggestions and a host of enhancements, we seek to change the way the industry thinks about predictive text input."
"Adaptxt v3.0 is packed with new features which are added based on our users' feedback that will help us in consolidating our leading position as the Android keyboard with the most intuitive keyboard input experience ever," he adds.
Apart from suggesting completed words based on the user's location, the app also offers an impressive application-based suggestion feature that "takes forward the legacy of 'Effortless Communication'."
The application-based suggestion feature detects the user's current application usage and "offers relevant suggestions based on your app interaction."
Also, the feature understands whether the user is interacting in a casual IM/ Social Messenger or Work E-mail and later suggests word predictions based on the user's typing style in the current app.
Adaptxt 3.0 is currently available to users as an open Beta and can be accessed via a simple 3-step installation process can be accessed here.