Wall Street Journal
“There is another way. Rather than trying to be a keyboard for every occasion, Siine is designed for speedy instant messaging, when users often find themselves repeating the same phrase over and over again. Icons represent those repetitions. And it has a few other neat tricks such as a clock for easy entry of time information.”
Read the Wall Street Journal article here.
The Next Web
“We all concluded that there was great potential for this app, in terms of optimizing smartphone keyboard accessibility. With the release of the tablet version, it brings all the features that have made Siine Writer a minor hit amongst Android smartphone users – editable icons, intelligent text and bespoke screens for different types of communication.”
Read The Next Web article here.
“A company called Siine is trying make touchscreen typing even quicker by replacing words or entire phrases with emoticons... Instead of typing out a text-laden message, users tap a series of visual cues that send the message to the person on the receiving end... It’s a pretty nifty idea.”
Read the AllthingsD article here
“...allows Android users to assign much-used phrases to keyboard symbols so they don't have to type them out.”
Read The Guardian article here.
“Interesante opción de teclado” (an interesting keyboard option)
Read the PoderPDA article here.
You can see part 1 of What People are Saying about Siine Writer here.