Nov 21st 2012

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Ginger Goes Mobile!

We are VERY proud to present our newest addition to the Ginger platforms:

Ginger’s grammar and spell checker for Android!

Adapted to the most updated Google OS- Jelly Bean – Ginger now supports texts that are written on any mobile app, such as emails, text messages, Facebook statuses or just the To Do list. Our adapted algorithm allows to proofread the texts you write, even to auto correct the auto-correct!

Cutting edge technology. We are proud to be the first to add to Google’s own spellchecker as part of the new Jelly Bean OS, announced on August 2012, which allows developers to create their own spelling checker service and upload it.

How does it work? This adaptation of our sophisticated patent-pending is similar to the desktop suite & browser extensions, by understanding the context and semantic meaning of written text and then promoting relevant suggestions.

Ginger grammar and spelling for Android

How to install Ginger mobile

1. Download Ginger

2. Click “enable” button, which will lead you to your device spelling engine list.

3. Select Ginger from this list

4. Click the “back” button

5. Open any text message, email or any other text app and start writing!

So if you’re a proud owner of an Android mobile device with Jelly Bean- download Ginger and keep the same high level of your writing!

Don’t forget to rate us!

Happy Gingering,

The Ginger Team

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15 Responses to “Ginger Goes Mobile!”

  1. Carmel on November 25th, 2012

    Hi
    Why did you choose Jelly Bean which is just 3% of the Android market.
    90% of users are using the two previous Android versions

    Regards

    Carmel

    Reply
    • Efratk on November 28th, 2012

      Hi Carmel,
      We had the rare opportunity to be the first who answer Google’s announcement that they are opening their spelling API to all developers on Jelly Bean.
      However, in the upcoming weeks we are about to release more mobile apps that indeed support previous Android users.
      Stay tuned!!

      Reply
  2. Jennifer Robertson White on November 26th, 2012

    I have both an ASUS android tablet AND an iPhone.

    Ginger is installed on my home PC AND my ASUS tablet. I would like to have Ginger on my iPhone as well.

    Thank you,
    Jennifer Robertson White

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    • Efratk on November 28th, 2012

      Hi Jennifer,
      Glad to know you are using Ginger on both PC & tabled!
      Unfortunately we are not planning to support iPhones in the near future, but would certainly update when it’ll be relevant!
      In the meantime, we hope you continue to enjoy Ginger :)

      Reply
  3. tania on December 22nd, 2012

    How about blackberry? Do you support also for BB?

    Hope to hear from you.

    Regards,

    Tania

    Reply
    • Efratk on January 2nd, 2013

      Hi Tania!
      Ginger does not support blackberry for now, only Android.
      However, if there will be a change in 2013 – will be more than happy to update you!

      Happy new year,
      The Ginger Team

      Reply
    • Efratk on January 2nd, 2013

      Hi Azmun,
      Currently Ginger supports only Android devices, however if there would be a change be sure we’d update you!

      Happy new year!
      The Ginger Team

      Reply
  4. Dan on June 11th, 2013

    Hi,
    How can I download ginger for android?
    The link on this page is broken.

    Thx,
    Dan

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  5. Anett on June 13th, 2013

    It would be awesome, if you create a version for iPhone. I love Ginger !!!!

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    • Efratk on June 17th, 2013

      Thanks so much! We love to hear that! We will keep you posted!

      Reply
  6. Jason on February 7th, 2014

    I’ve Ginger on my Galaxy S4, I’d like to install it on my iPhone 5s as well, i saw your above posts but its been a 2 years old posts. So is there any plan to release Ginger for iOS? Because i wait sell my galaxy phone, but only this software is the reason that it is still with me.

    Thanks

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    • Adam Ehrlich on February 9th, 2014

      Jason, your wait will be over very, very soon. Please be patient and you’ll see that it will pay off.

      Reply
  7. Efratk on December 19th, 2012

    Hi Marque,
    It should not interfere with your Dutch dictionary since it integratwes with your English texts.
    Enjoy!

    Reply

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