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Business Website BusinessShout.Com Reports What Ultimate Typing Software Is All About

February 17, 2013

With its 2013 release of Ultimate Typing software company eReflect has headed to the top of the growing market for self-paced typing instruction. As the company noted today, there’s a lot of competition in that field, and announced that they are actively looking for user feedback.

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As eReflect noted in their statement today, it’s important for the company to get feedback so that the development team can continue to refine and improve their products. The developers are looking for feedback from all users, and especially welcome input from people like Erik Astrand, creator of BusinessShout.com, a website providing useful information regarding various services and products. In Astrand’s recent review of Ultimate Typing 2013, the latest product from software company eReflect, he gives a detailed overview of its features and how these interacted to finally reshape and improve his typing skills. The review gives an overall appraisal of the software, including its good and bad features. eReflect’s developers count on honest feedback like this for their ongoing design and refinement process.

In his typing software review, Astrand argues that his aim for using Ultimate Typing was to increase his word-per-minute record and eventually save a substantial amount of time while doing so. He went from the initial video introduction to the first keyboarding theory wanting to get a comprehensive taste of the science of typing. After being introduced to the basics and getting a feeling of how Ultimate Typing works, the real typing training began, according to the reviewer. eReflect encouraged users to follow this top-down strategy for best results, and in their statement today emphasized the need for user feedback on all aspects of the software.

As noted in the review, Astrand first worked on his typing accuracy and then went on to improve his speed with the speed improving typing course. Once he mastered the two basic principles of efficient typing, accuracy and speed, the reviewer realized how he was considerably relying on memory for his typing practice to take effect. He insisted on how typing can only be mastered through habit formation regarding hand and finger placement. According to eReflect’s statement today, this theory underlies much of the instruction in the software, and it is important for users to go through the modules as designed for the best results.

The reviewer goes on discussing the advanced typing training the software also offers. Astrand said the advanced training equipped him with a practical knowledge of often-mistyped language aspects like suffixes and prefixes, common phrases and frequently occurring diphthongs. As he explains, the training on these language aspects is what makes a competent typist.

The features of Ultimate Typing that seemed to have impressed him the most were the many typing activities and games offered as a way of consolidating the newly acquired typing knowledge. The reviewer suggests that the range, efficiency, and variety of the professionally designed activities and games considerably helps the user perfectly master typing.

After briefly mentioning a few glitches that could easily be improved, the reviewer concluded his evaluation of Ultimate Typing saying that the software is expertly designed and as such is very efficient in improving typing skills in little time. The developers at eReflect reported in their statement that they have made a note of the suggestions for improvement, and will continue to refine their software product to provide the best user experience possible.

For more details on Ultimate Typing please visit http://www.ultimatetyping.com/.

About Ultimate Typing

Ultimate Typing software is designed specifically for the improvement of typing skills. Created by eReflect, a world leader in e-learning and self-development software, Ultimate Typing has been informed by the latest developments in the science of touch typing.

Since its creation in 2006 by Marc Slater, the company has already catered to over 112 countries all over the world, offering products with the latest cutting-edge technology, some of which are among the world´s most recognized and awarded in the industry.

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