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Stored Phrases?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by RI_TDI, Feb 10, 2010.

  1. RI_TDI

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    Though I've migrated happily from a verizon Palm 700WX (WM) to a Droid, there is a composition feature I miss called 'my text', which gave you ten registers where you could store frequently used phrases 'On my way', '@giantstupidURL.com', '[large foreign phone #]', etc. When composing a message any of these phrases could be inserted with just a few keystrokes.

    I have not been able to discover anything similar on the Droid. Did I miss it, or are there apps for email / text that have this and other enhancements?
     

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    SWYPE allows for you to create a list of "Quick texts" ... but that's not really what you're talking about here. I've heard other Blackberry / Palm users discuss what you're referring to, and I don't know if they ever found the app to accomplish that. I would highly recommend SWYPE if you haven't tried it yet. Blazing fast typing speed when all you have to do is "swype" across the letters instead of typing them.
     

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