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Wednesday, 5 November 2008

T9 Nav Beta 1.0: search your phone with predictive text input

Nuance T9 Nav searches contacts, settings (type "clock" to set your alarm clock), media files, bookmarks, applications, calendar entries (great if you need to find an entry for which you forgot the date), and keywords. T9 Nav uses T9 predictive text input, the same trick that suggests words when you type an SMS.

Autostart is optional.

When T9 Nav runs in the background, typing on the keypad keypad from the standby screen fills your screen with possible matches. The longer the word you type, the shorter the list of matches gets.

Nuance T9 Nav
This beta test version expires February 2, 2009. Check the links below for a version that doesn't expire.

The official T9 Nav site asks for your email address, but if you enter a fake email address it lets you download the program anyway.

T9 Nav official site
Nuance T9 Nav Beta 1.0 at Mobile Castle
Old version of T9 Nav that doesn't expire

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