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A New Smartphone App With Shakespearean Touch

A New Smartphone App With Shakespearean Touch

To celebrate the 400th anniversary of the world famous playwright, a new smartphone app with Shakespearean touch using text messaging, was launched today. The app is called ShakeSpeak.

ShakeSpeak has been developed by software company SwiftKey, best known for their language prediction app.

By analysing the Complete Works of Shakespeare they developed an app that helps turn users text messages into Shakespearean prose by predicting the playwrights best known phrases.

Swiftkeys app, which is available to download free of cost, allows the user to simply type the first word or two of a famous Shakespearean quote and the technology will do the rest.

SwiftKeys Head of Partnerships Sarah Rowley said: “We are delighted to be combining the Bards works with our smartphone keyboard technology for the first time”.

“SwiftKey learns from your writing style, so who better to have as your guide than one of the worlds greatest wordsmiths?. Shakespeare brought language to the masses in innovative and exciting ways — and now people can experience his unique and timeless use of language on their smartphone keyboard,” Rowley said.

ShakeSpeak app is part of the Fans of London tourism campaign from VisitLondon.com, which is supported by the Great Britain Campaign, British Airways and Hilton.

Fans of London celebrates the blockbuster events taking place across the capital this year, including the 400th anniversary of Shakespeares legacy, and the first ever exhibition on the Rolling Stones, Exhibitionism.VisitLondon.com has identified some of the most genuine and deserving fans of the Royal Family and Harry Potter as part of the campaign.

Shakespeare is believed to have died on his birthday, 23 April, in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1616. частный займ срочно без предоплатзайм или заёмфаст займ

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