SAN FRANCISCO, May 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Smile, the developer of productivity applications for Mac, iPad and iPhone, has released TextExpander 5 for Mac, a major upgrade to the popular typing shortcut tool, which lets you type abbreviations that expand to whole paragraphs, images and more. TextExpander 5 suggests which frequently typed phrases to abbreviate, saving time. Search on your abbreviations as you type to speed text entry.
TextExpander already lets you create short, expandable abbreviations for email signatures, standard greetings, formatted text and pictures. It comes with autocorrect libraries in English, French, and German to correct your typing in all apps.
"I love how TextExpander 5 tells me what I repeatedly type, and saves me from doing so in the future," said Smile founder, Philip Goward. "TextExpander 5 is indispensable for anyone communicating by email and social media."
TextExpander 5 has a companion app for iPad and iPhone, TextExpander 3 + custom keyboard. Sync all your snippets to your iPad and iPhone and type faster in all apps.
TextExpander is €40,95 on the Smile Store and requires a Mac running OS X 10.10 (Yosemite) or later. Upgrades for current TextExpander users are €18,17. Demo versions are available at http://smilesoftware.com/TextExpander
For iPad and iPhone: TextExpander 3 + custom keyboard is €4,99 on the iTunes App Store.
Smile makes productivity software for Mac, iPad, and iPhone, including PDFpen, the all-purpose Mac PDF editor; PDFpen for iPad & iPhone, the mobile PDF editor; PDFpen Scan+, which brings the power of OCR to your iPad and iPhone; TextExpander, the Mac typing shortcut tool; TextExpander touch + custom keyboard for the iPhone and iPad.
Free demos of all Smile products for Mac are available at http://www.smilesoftware.com
Maia Olson (+1-510-599-7070, PDT)
Greg Scown (+1-510-289-4000, PDT)