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New iPhone application makes it easier to type e-mails

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New iPhone application makes it easier to type e-mails
One of the common complaints of the iPhone is that you cannot actively switch from a portrait keyboard to a landscape keyboard - the type of keyboard in the application is determined by the software. This was a problem for several users, however it has been resolved with the launch of TouchType. When the application is opened, you get a landscape mode keyboard. When the e-mail is typed and the send button is pressed, it auto-populates the e-mail application.

The application costs .99, and can be found at Apple's App Store.

Source: TechCrunch

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posted on 20 Oct 2010, 01:42

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Please refrain from the vulgar language or we will be forced to ban you from the web site. Regards,www.phonearena.com.

posted on 09 Oct 2008, 00:46

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For the price of a coke or a smoke I could keep alive some hungry eyes, cause in the end we watch it pile so tall to one big nothing, one big nothing at all.

posted on 09 Oct 2008, 01:01

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why do we have to pay for this ??? IMO apple should distribute this free. because its fault in their OS that they didnt want to correct

posted on 09 Oct 2008, 09:18

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Hahahahha, apple wants your money and thats it hahha. They want you to buy from their online stores and its working i guess!!! Thats lame. I am glad other companies are coming out with some great touch screen phones.

posted on 09 Oct 2008, 22:26

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Just one more way for Apple to reach into everyone's pockets. That's the problem with our economy. Stupid citizens. People who have no priorities and are stupid enough to continue to make companies like Apple rich. The rich get more rich while the poor get more poor. Steve Jobs can rott.

posted on 11 Oct 2008, 12:13

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Put a sock in it Moderator..

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