Exile Software Announces Release of TypeMate

Old Stratford, Milton Keynes United Kingdom (PressExposure) February 06, 2011 -- FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Exile Software Announces Release of TypeMate

New software product aims to end the headache of repetitive typing

Milton Keynes, England, 6 February 2011 - Exile Software today announced the release of TypeMate - a tool designed to make repetitive typing a thing of the past.

TypeMate is a typing expander for PCs running Microsoft Windows, which makes typing a breeze by converting shortcut keystrokes into full phrases or sentences.

TypeMate works with almost any Windows application that can accept text input, including Microsoft Office, OpenOffice.org, Microsoft Outlook, Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox and many more.

In addition, TypeMate is also able to provide suggestions to complete the word that the user is currently typing, and is supplied with both US and UK English dictionaries containing over 110,000 words.

Andy Laird, founder of Exile Software: "As a software developer in the sports photographic industry for over 10 years, I have frequently encountered situations where I've needed to do a lot of repetitive typing. TypeMate has been created to solve just this type of problem. I hope that TypeMate makes repetitive typing tasks a thing of the past for all of our customers."

TypeMate is available for purchase from Exile Software's website, at [http://www.typemate.net] from just $39.95 for a single-user license. An evaluation version of the software is also available for free download.

For additional information, please contact:
Andy Laird
Exile Software
info@typemate.net
[http://www.typemate.net]

About Exile Software

Exile Software
Exile Software was founded in 2010 to provide innovative time saving software solutions. TypeMate is Exile's first commercial product, and enables faster typing in Windows with the use of shortcut text expansion.

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Press Release Submitted On: February 06, 2011 at 7:09 am
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