- Price: $4.99 In Apple Store
- Category: Productivity
- Updated: 2009-06-29
- Current Version: 1.1.1
- Size: 0.30 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Riccardo Ettore
- Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad. Requires iOS 2.0 or later
- © Ettore Software Ltd.
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TapIt4Me is a text expander for iPhone or iPod Touch.As used by the New York Times tech columnist, David Pogue.*******Best of Show at Macworld 2009 - MacTech/Macsimum news**************Best of Show at Macworld 2009 - Macitynet.it*******NB TapIt4Me…..
What's New in Version 1.1.1
now compatible with iPhone OS 3.0
Rated 3/5 based on 3 customer reviews.
Better then Text Expander
Fever Pitch write:
Now this is a text substitution app for the iPhone. I have tried text expander for The iPhone and found it full of bugs. I would enter my snippet and the first two would work but every snippet entry after would not work. A few times, text expander for the iPhone erased my entire group of snippets, and sense I don't have TypeIt4Me or Text Expander, I had to re-enter every last one of them. So, that's why I must commend you on adding the Mobile Me component to TapIt4Me. I won't have to worry about losing my snippets again. Everything just works.
I'm not going to blame you for Apple's idiotic decision not to allow background processing.
P.S. Could Leopard's build in Text Substitution app snippets be transfered to this app?
Buyer's Remorse: Hard to sync • Limited function
I use TypeIt4Me for Mac, but was not able to transfer my abbreviations to the iPhone. I'm sure it's possible, but I gave up after several failed attempts when I realized that even if I got it on, what I really want is a system-wide text-substitution function. I want to be able to enter text in an IM app and have it correct my errors and expand my abbreviations. It's not the developer's fault. Apple really needs to get on this. Snow Leopard actually has a decent text substitution system with a limited interface, but in my opinion it works better than other 3rd party software I've tried. In the future, any shortcuts we teach our laptops and desktops will sync right over to the iPhone, and will work in any app. In my dreams.
Works as advertised....
Mike Erickson write:
After communicating with software developer, I have had my initial concerns and misunderstandings corrected and TapIt4Me works as advertised. It would be really nice if Apple would open the API enough so that this software could work on the iPhone as it does on the Mac (working inline with Mail, SMS, etc would be an awesome awesome enhancement).
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