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Nokia Custom Dictionary Beta for Symbian Devices

Nokia Beta Labs have released an experimental application called Nokia Custom Dictionary for Nokia Symbian touch phones which is designed to offer an easy way to manage the custom dictionary on your phone. The custom dictionary is used for storing your personal words that you use often while typing. These words are then used in predictive text input. You can also import and export the custom dictionary, which means that you can transfer it from one phone to another.

"We are pleased to publish Nokia Custom Dictionary on Beta Labs to share with the community and gather feedback. We designed this experimental application to address the wish that many S60 users have had: to be able to edit the list of words used by the phone for text prediction and transfer it between phones.

Nokia Custom Dictionary does exactly that, and we’ve also given you the chance to import words from a text file.  This means you can quickly “teach” your phone commonly used words or even create specific word lists to be shared among a like-minded community, for example in the medical domain."

The following video introduces different features of Nokia Custom Dictionary.

[via NokiaBetaLabs and AllAboutSymbian]

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