WordWise is a patented predictive text entry system for keypads on hand held devices. It was developed by Eatoni Ergonomics with associated patents. It has an efficient mode that uses LetterWise rather than multi-tap.
The WordWise system uses the sequence of pressed keys to predict the required word.
Users may need to switch to LetterWise mode if unsuccessful in getting the desired word, so while it is word-based it still allows easy entry of rare names, urls etc.
It has been suggested WordWise is less sensitive to keypress errors than the competing T9 predictive text technology.
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