When we first released TextExpander touch for the iPhone, we also released an SDK (Software Development Kit) that other iPhone developers could use to integrate TextExpander touch functionality into their apps. The response has been very positive, both from developers and users.
Tip: If you want to use TextExpander touch with an app that supports it, you must turn on “Share Snippets” in the TextExpander touch preferences. You should also check the preferences of the app to see if it has a TextExpander setting that you need to enable.
Here are the apps that have so far integrated TextExpander (links go to the App Store):
“The Twitter client that redefined Twitter clients is back, and it’s even better. Rewritten from the ground up with a fast and powerful new core, Tweetie 2 offers the most polished mobile Twitter experience around.”
“For people who want to write and take notes on their iPhone. WriteRoom is a distraction free writing environment. Unlike Notes, WriteRoom provides a clean interface and tether free syncing.”
“Go Mail Yourself allows you to quickly send yourself email notes or reminders using the Mail application. One of the basic fundamentals associated with improving productivity is quickly and easily capturing ideas and information so you can process them at the appropriate time.”
“Attendance allows you to take and keep attendance records. Its main intended use is for teachers to keep track of records for their classes, but it can also be used for meetings and group gatherings.”
More apps will be adding TextExpander integration in the future. We’ll keep an up-to-date list on our website.