Antidote Web Now on iPhone and Android
Druide informatique is pleased to announce that Antidote Web, the cloud edition of its renowned writing assistance software, is now adapted to smartphone screens. Antidote Web now allows Antidote to be used on almost any device with a browser, and is one of the key elements of the Antidote+ packages, which were launched today.
Antidote Web faithfully reproduces Antidote 10’s well-known interface but in a browser window. Notably, the many functions of its corrector have been carefully adapted for Chromebook as well as for smaller phone screens. For the first time, Antidote’s corrector can be used efficiently from most iPhone and Android devices.
Antidote Web runs on Druide’s servers so that users don’t have to install anything locally, making it easier to use on the go. On Windows, macOS and Linux, Antidote Web’s tools can be run from most web applications (Gmail, Google Docs, Hotmail, etc.), including the major remote work tools (MS Team, Zoom, Slack, Skype, etc.). Antidote Web can even correct text from local applications such as MS Word, MS PowerPoint, Apple Mail and Pages.
It’s worth noting that in order to help organizations who were unable to access Antidote 10 due to the lockdown measures, Druide has given them free access to Antidote Web since April. As a result, more than 500 organizations have been able to provide 1.5 million individuals with access to Antidote Web’s services over the past months.
Antidote Web is also available as part of Antidote+, which was launched today in the form of personal and family packages. Other useful developments for organizations are underway, such as screen-sharing and management tools. Antidote Web for organizations will be launched officially next year. Details are available at www.antidote.info.
Druide informatique produces and markets Antidote, the most complete writing assistance software suite available for English and French, as well as Typing Pal, the renowned typing tutorial application. The company is also the creator of WebElixir, a quality assurance service for websites. In addition to its software, Druide publishes French-language literature and reference works through its subsidiary, Éditions Druide.