Spell Checking for the iPhone Debuts

Spell Checking for the iPhone Debuts

The iPhone corrects your typing as you go, but, until now, there hasn't been a method for performing an aggregate spell check on emails before they are sent.

Mike Schneider has released a new update to TouchType, an application that allows Mail.app to use the keyboard in landscape (vs. portrait) mode.

Schneider writes:

"I am really proud of the spell check feature. The results are very accurate and it works in 86 languages. I was planning to make spell check its own application, but when TouchType was unexpectedly approved by Apple two weeks ago, I decided to merge the two programs. The updated TouchType is still $0.99 and is a free update for existing users.

Other improvements include: support for all international characters and symbols, save functionality, enabling users to reuse text in email messages and create multiple email signatures, and general increased stability and bug fixes.

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