DALLAS (January 19, 2008) -- BEIKS LLC, the world leader in language, reference and entertainment applications for mobile users, announces upgrade to its popular LexSpell spelling checker for BlackBerry handhelds.
One of the late arrivals on the BlackBerry proofing tools scene, LexSpell was the first free spelling checker for BlackBerry handhelds operating in offline mode and not requiring the use of Internet connection.
The new version 2.1 is a service upgrade replacing the outdated version 2.0, which has expired for non-registered users at the end of the calendar year 2007.
It also brings a demanded new feature by the application users - automatic proof to outgoing email messages. This feature is only made available to registered LexSpell users via a checkbox in its Integration Options menu. This checkbox - and the new functionality - will only appear after the application is registered.
The functionality is also available to all enterprise users.
Another specific of the new release is the requirement of BlackBerry Handheld System version 4.2 and higher, whereas the old version required version 4.0.
Registered LexSpell users can upgrade at no additional cost by pointing their BlackBerry browsers to BEIKS' website optimized for mobile access (Welcome to BEIKS mobile!
) and downloading the latest LexSpell from there.
About BEIKS LLC
BEIKS LLC (Welcome to BEIKS LLC, publisher of language, medical and other dictionaries and specialized tools and references for mobile platforms! Get your Palm, Pocket PC, BlackBerry, Symbian or Linux dictionary here!
) is a privately-held company with headquarters in Dallas, TX. The company specializes in developing and distributing essential applications for mobile platforms such as Palm OS®, Windows CE®, Sharp Zaurus® and BlackBerry®. Founded in 1997, the company is best known for its BDicty Dictionary Reader, one of the most popular dictionaries for handheld devices on the market. BEIKS' product list now includes a growing catalog of over 250 titles across all major mobile platforms.
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