If you are looking for eType Application, you have come to the right place. We explain what eType Application is and point you to the official download.
What is eType Application?
eType Application is a software product created by DSNR Labs that completes words while typing, prevents any spelling errors and translates words to a different language. It is a program considered as an online multi-language dictionary with the inclusion of language translations and word substitutes. This is a helpful writing guide application as it auto corrects spelling and completes words during typing. It eventually makes typing faster and easier for any users who are writing documents.
eType Application is designed based on a patented smart algorithm. It is easy to download and use since it is offered for free. You do not have to opt for a trial period edition because no charge for purchase is provided
eType Application has features that make it a reliable and useful software for typers or writers. Whether you are typing on the chat box of social networking sites, word processors, web browsers or search engine box, this application works in correcting spelling and completing words in an instant. It has space key for selecting, adding or ignoring a word, setting and general tab for modification and keyboard change.
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File types supported by eType Application
About file types supported by eType Application
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Last updated: : October 1, 2012