AssistiveWare, purveyor of many accesability applications for Mac, has officially announced the release of KeyStrokes version 4.1. KeyStrokes is an on-screen keyboard and word suggestion tool for those with disabilities with a need to use a computer.
KeyStroke is a great tool for those who cannot use a real keyboard. With an integrated word-prediction tool and LayoutKitchen 2.1.1, users can customize their interfaces and type as fast as they can click. The program is not only attractive for the disabled, but possibly for graphic designers who don’t want to have to switch from a tablet to a real keyboard.
The update, now version 4.1, improves support for universal binary, along with better support for Spaces in Leopard. It requires Mac OS X v10.4 or later, and carries an MSRP $299. An upgrade from version 3 or earlier is $99, and the upgrade from v4 to v4.1 is free. Everything is available on the AssistiveWare website.