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Apps with 'Word Prediction' feature

  1. Typing Assistant predicts and auto-completes your frequently used words and phrases anywhere. This makes typing faster, more intelligent and reduces effort.

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    Typing Assistant predicts your frequently used text
  2. WordQ-SpeakQ is an assistive technology providing word-predictions for struggling writers. It learn from the writing and makes its predictions smarter.

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  3. Minuum is a smart keyboard that learns more with every word you write. You can rely on our powerful autocorrect, choose from multiple word predictions, or turn autocorrect off completely.

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    Discontinued

    The official website is no longer available. Last iPhone version, 1.8.1, was released in January 2016; last Android version, 3.5.2, was released in February 2017. They can be still bought from the marketplaces.

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  4. SlideIT provides a revolutionary new way to enter text on touchscreen devices. Just slide your finger along the letters, and watch it type your message!

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    Discontinued

    The app seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 7.0, released in June 2013, can be still bought from Google Play Store.

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  5. Ghotit Real Writer & Reader 3 is an integrated writing and reading solution tailor-made for people with dyslexia, dysgraphia and other learning disabilities. It helps children and adults with dyslexia and dysgraphia to write, read and correct texts.

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  6. Co:Writer by Don Johnston is one of the most popular word prediction available. Co:Writer is the word prediction program that uses the context of a whole sentence to predict the next word.

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  7. Hot Virtual Keyboard is a virtual keyboard software for Windows that lets type on a touchscreen, multi-touch screen or using any pointing device.

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  8. ClaroRead is an assistive technology software helping to readers with dyslexia to read aloud and providing word-prediction options for struggling writers.

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  9. Clicker 7 is a literacy tool from Crick Software which can be used on Windows and Mac computers. It can be used to support emergent literacy, and struggling readers and writers. It is complimented by a range of apps for iPad and Chromebook.

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  10. SuperKeys provides a new, accessible keyboard for people with mild to moderate physical challenges and those with low vision. There’s no double-tapping and no scanning – just large, clear target areas to use in your own time.

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  11. Voicebox is a creative keyboard for remixing language. It offers word suggestions based on custom source material, similar to your phone's predictive text.

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  12. Lightkey is the world's leading word prediction software for Windows and MS Office. Write your documents and emails faster using predictive text, increase typing speed and accuracy.

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  13. DocsPlus is a word processor for students in middle and high school. It supports struggling writers to independently tackle writing tasks. It is designed for learners requiring additional access arrangements for tests and exams.

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