WordLogic Corp. (WLGC) Trailblazing New Trends in Mobile Communications and Information Discovery
With over 10 years of advanced R&D, WordLogic has steadily built up its reputation as a global leader in predictive text input technology. WordLogic’s predictive text software stands out from other predictive text solutions in its word prediction capabilities. Whereas others deliver single-word prediction, WordLogic’s innovation rolls out entire phrases or sentences at a time. As a result, people can enter words or phrases in far less time than it would normally take.
This WordLogic Predictive Engine is designed for a wide range of devices, including smartphones, tablets, PCs, smart TVs, gaming consoles, media players, automobile-based navigation systems, and even emerging mobile and wearable devices. While it has wide-ranging device application versatility, the WordLogic Predictive Engine holds particularly strong application value for mobile devices; given the swelling numbers of mobile users worldwide. Global mobile device usage continues to explode to new highs – The Radicati Group estimates mobile users globally will climb to 5.6 billion by this year’s end, and it projects 84 percent of the world’s population will be using mobile technology by 2018.
In the case of WordLogic’s other products, the company’s context-aware applications, WordLogic Reach™ and WordLogic iKnowU® build upon the WordLogic Predictive Engine. As people text or use an application, Reach™ searches for contextual information relating to the content they are dealing with. The contextual information could be directions, restaurant listings, travel information, or even special discount deals. Then it presents this information to users in a non-intrusive way, so they do have to exit any core application to search for the data themselves.
WordLogic iKnowU®, on the other hand, is WordLogic’s core application. This patented technology speeds up text input with the word and sentence prediction capabilities built into it. Plus, its advanced machine-learning feature allows it to monitor and then predict the words and phrases which users are likely to type, based on past data. In short, iKnowU becomes more accurate in its predictions the more that users rely upon it. As mobile device use continues to explode and new consumer electronics come to the fray, WordLogic has committed itself to improving existing products with these trailblazing technologies and building new applications with strong user appeal.
Earlier this year, WordLogic was commended for the groundbreaking potential of its technologies by Frost & Sullivan. The research firm recognized that the WordLogic predictive technologies could gain strong traction in many verticals, including healthcare, legal services, insurance, consulting, and journalism (which produce voluminous documents and use complex terms). Frost & Sullivan also said these technologies could be embedded in digital and wearable appliances in as little as two years.
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