Infovole GmbH, creator of the Textkraft and Schreibkraft text processing suite for the Apple® iPad®, today announced an update for Textkraft, containing support for Apples iCloud® and direct messaging via Twitter.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
NEUSS, GERMANY - January 11, 2012 - With iCloud users can easily store documents and share them across all Infovole Apps. The Twitter feature allows tweeting directly from your text, including link shortening - without leaving the App.
Beside the two main innovations, the update delivers a new built-in manual, as well as an overhauled user interface and tons of detail corrections and optimizations.
For more information or to download the Apps, visit http://www.infovole.com.
"Simplify and take your writing to the next level with Textkraft English"
"The facto intelligent text processor for the iPad! 10/10 Points Rating"
"Textkraft - German precision for your iPad writing needs."
Textkraft - the language specialist - contains an offline dictionary with synonyms and potential follow-ups; Wikipedia full-text search and several online-dictionaries; text import/export from Macintosh, Windows, Linux and other iPad Apps; Dropbox, iCloud, AirPrint™ and Twitter integration, easy cursor control, quick selection tools and detailled text information for professional editors. Textkraft is available with various language-specific dictionaries.
Schreibkraft is the first multilingual text processor. It speaks 10 languages in 14 country-specific flavors. There is no need to switch regions or keyboards. The App supports the user in all needed tongues at the same time. Paired with all the professional Textkraft editing features, Schreibkraft is the perfect text editor for global citizens.
Infovole puts its main focus on cross-platform software development, localization and creative App marketing. Infovole GmbH was founded in 2010 and is based in Neuss, Germany.
For more information and artwork please visit our website:
Phone +49 (2131) 133 85 45
Breite Str. 6‐8
41460 Neuss / Germany
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