But what Naunce has to offer at the moment is quite an exceptional keyboard that combines the features of inputting the text via speaking, tapping, tracing, and handwriting. This 4-in-1 platform is called Swype.
The technology promises speedy data input and will be available on Android in the span of next few months but the developers kit will be available from today. Companies like Apple and Research In Motion who have their operating systems for their smartphones are also likely to adopt the Swype sooner or later.
Naunce’s voice recognition tech, Dragon, will boost the data input via speaking the words to your cell phone. The software supports 50 languages for textual input whereas for voice commands it has 35. And, into its database of words some 300,000 words are stored to make things convenient for your daily usage.