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SpellChecker ✔ Email, SMS, Twitter & SNS
iOS iPhone Business
SpellChecker (avoid embarrassment in Email, SMS, Twitter, Facebook & more) —from the makers of "American Heritage" & "Oxford Deluxe" apps.
This is the little brother to "SpellChecker ✔ Multilingual" -that's the one you need for languages other than English.
✔ on-the-fly spell checking (manual mode, too)
✔ capitalization, punctuation & "fat-finger" checking
✔ colored text feedback
✔ clipboard import / export
✔ iOS4 fast App switching (multitasking) support
✔ iPhone 4 "Retina Display" support
✔ import "Contacts" words into user dictionary
✔ auto-saving to protect your long text messages
✔ wide keyboard (landscape) mode
✔ type and send in-App Email, SMS or to blogs, Facebook, Twitter, etc.
✔ completely offline -no network connection required!
✓ select from US, Canadian, Australian, British & global English
✓ link to brand-name dictionaries -sold separately (optional)
✓ ground-up, proprietary text editor
✓ highly optimized look-and-feel
✓ type messages for Email, blogs, SMS or Twitter
✓ horizontal mode support
✓ double tap for paste mode
✓ session-wide 'ignore' -with clear
✓ user dictionary training or bulk register word lists
✓ support for "TextExpander"
✓ session-based spell checks for third-party apps
↩ Look up definition of spelling suggestions in brand-name UniDict®-based dictionaries from Enfour —including "American Heritage" & "Oxford Deluxe". (sold separately -but totally optional)
⇄ "SpellChecker" is the only spelling solution on the iPhone that allows access from third-party apps. This means your favorite app can link to "SpellChecker" to run spell checks right inside your work flow. (Much better than copy/paste!)
—Ask the app's developer to contact Enfour
The API is free!
(if you need other languages besides English try Enfour's "SpellChecker ✔ Multilingual" -search on 'Enfour' in iTunes)
Support inside the app for:
● "Google Reader"
● "Read It Later"
● ATOK Pad
Apps that we export to:
Print via "Print Magic"
Support for "TextExpander" snippets as well.
※ SpellChecker uses anonymous network analytics to count which languages modules are used most.
now supports "American Heritage Dictionary 5th edition"