About 18 months ago we embarked on a long journey, one that endeavored to change the way people type and use their keyboard. I believe we’ve achieved the first hurdle of our goal – We call it eType.
When we first set out to create eType, we envisioned a tool that would work alongside any program, helping users with word choice and phrasing while they type. This tool would quickly complete words while drastically reducing spelling errors and increasing both the writers speed and confidence in the process. The tool would also be a universal one, supporting and translating virtually any and all languages.
We envisioned a tool that is easy to use; integrates seamlessly with any software, and optimizes itself for each user without jeopardizing his or her privacy. It would not put a strain on users’ computer systems, running quickly and smoothly even on slow computers with low memory resources.
It would also be a tool for everyone’s use. A tool based on a user driven platform, constantly updated by the users themselves and distributed freely online.
In all this we’ve succeeded. In short… eType completes you.
During the next few months we will be busy gathering feedback and fixing bugs that generally creep up during the beta testing period. We will also be adding many more languages to eType between now and the end of the year. We appreciate your patience during this process and welcome any ideas you may have to make our product better.
The road ahead is still challenging with many new exciting features and languages in our plans. We hope you enjoy using eType and encourage you to take part in adding new words and translations to the dictionaries for the benefit of everyone.
Thank you for your support,
May 10th 2010