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Screenshots for Sign version 2.3

January 24, 2011

Just wanted to post a few screenshots to show the new graphics in version 2.3. We’re pretty excited about the changes and would like to hear your thoughts.

Also, both Sign and Sign Lite continue to maintain their high ratings in the market. Sign is currently about 4.5/5.0 stars and Sign Lite is about 4.1/5.0 stars. The primary difference is that people sometimes give lower ratings because Sign Lite only allows 3 contacts to be assigned gestures.

Finally, we aren’t done adding features – we’re going to implement some user control over the recognition, allow the user to save multiple Signs for each number to improve the recognition, add email, add the ability to assign gestures to apps or other shortcuts, etc. As always, we welcome suggestions, but these are just some of the features we are going to be working on over the next several weeks/months.
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6 Comments
  1. Hi, I really like your work.
    2.3 has multiple Signs for each number

    Can you make one sign for multiple numbers?
    Because i have a lot of contacts. I think it will be great, if i can draw one sign to bring contact list (as i want).

  2. Thanks Mint, that’s a really good suggestion! In fact, the ability to create a Sign for groups of contacts is a feature we have already decided to implement in one of the next few updates. We already have a list of features we are working on for Version 2.4; however, groups will probably be in the next major update after that.

    Thanks for the feedback. User comments are a big part of our strategy for deciding which features to add into Sign!

    • Great to hear that. Keep your good work!

      • Thanks, our goal is to make Sign the very best gesture-based application on the market and we have some exciting things planned for tablets and even GoogleTV.

  3. A little bug:

    The latest version is 2.3.
    But the version number from about page is 2.1.0.

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