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Learn Short Hand For Your iPhone

LizzardWerks released Short Hand 1.0 on Friday. “Short hand” is an iPhone app that helps users write quicker emails, tweets, and notes using typing shortcuts.

Short hand allows user to tap a few letters to automatically insert a whole phrase, or even multiple paragraphs. The app makes writing commonly used phrases much faster and easier on the iPhone's small keyboard.

Users can create their own typing shortcuts, or modify or delete the built-in ones. The app is similar to the BlackBerry's AutoType feature. Short hand can also save drafts to finish later, and it automatically saves sent messages.

Short Hand 1.0 for iPhone is priced at US$0.99 and available through the App Store.



Short hand 1.0 Screen Shot

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Dave Hamilton said:

This would be a HUGE benefit if the iPhone actually allowed it to be installed system-wide.  Still, if you’re willing to adjust your workflow and write within the app and then send out to others (similar to how Sideways does things, I could see this working well.

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