Speed texting has a new champion, and it all went down at the Big Android BBQ in Austin, TX this past weekend.
The keyboard app used in the contest was Swiftkey X and with it the winner, Rachael Loncar, smashed the current world record of 35.54 second with her time of 10.7 seconds!
The contestants were chosen by typing the phrase "The little green Android jumped over the lazy Apple" on day one.
The fastest 10 went on to attempt the official Guinness World Record phrase of; “The razor-toothed piranhas of the genera Serrasalmus and Pygocentrus are the most ferocious freshwater fish in the world. In reality they seldom attack a human.”
The previous record was set using Swype, but the Swiftkey X prediction feature proved to be king, and with it won Rachael her very own Galaxy Tab 10.1.
If you haven't tried Swiftkey X yet, check out the download link below to the free trial version which gives you a month's free use.
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