Impress your friends! Text and chat with real-time and relevant emojis making your texting intuitive, attractive, quick and a lot more fun!
Wink It is designed as an innovative chat keyboard for Android smartphones that recommends relevant emoticons and images as you type.
Wink It keyboard allows you to add some fun to your daily conversations! This emoji keyboard helps you add several different emotions to popular social media and chat applications. The keyboard offers real-time access to thousands of standard, action, emotional, fun and unique emojis and emoticons that can be used in casual chatting. With Wink It, sending a message like “Let’s grab a slice of PIZZA” can now be expressed visually.
As you start typing, Wink It predicts what word is coming next in a sentence by offering emojis and emoticons that can easily be selected from the app’s suggestion bar. It also offers multiple emoticon predictions associated with single words, for instance, typing “fruit” will suggest images of an apple, a banana, a pineapple, etc.
The keyboard provides two suggestion bars. The top suggestion bar offers additional images related to the first suggestion displayed in the lower suggestion bar.
The keyboard is also intelligent as it continuously learns users’ writing styles to suggest the most accurate image, thus making texting considerably faster and more interesting.
** This is a beta release of the Wink It Keyboard. The license will expire after 90 days.
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•Predicts single/multiple emojis and emoticons based on text input
•Suggests emoticons based on continuous gesture input (Glide)
•Learns context from user while typing and offers relevant emoticon suggestions
•Auto Correction and Next word prediction
•Learn from social accounts, SMS and contacts
•ATR to create shortcuts
•Glide Beta: slide over letters to form words without releasing your finger and customize Glide trace color
•Customize gesture shortcuts to launch applications, websites and to perform clipboard operations
•Private Mode to prevent keyboard from learning words