Lexalytics Brings NLP and Sentiment Analysis to Android Apps

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lexby Angela Guess

A new release out of the company reports, “Lexalytics®, a leader in cloud and on-prem text analytics solutions, announced that it is launching Salience® for Android™, the first native text analytics package for a mobile operating system. With Salience for Android, application developers can now offer mobile users sophisticated natural language processing (NLP) and analytics to any app that uses text — email, SMS and chat, reviews, comparison shopping, social media, travel, hospitality and more — to gain immediate insights and useful information to improve productivity and simplify day-to-day activities. By providing native text analytics, all processing stays local on the phone so analysis results never go back to the cloud, ensuring end-user privacy.”

The article continues, “With Salience for Android, developers can quickly bring to market next-generation apps with functionality such as immediately alerting a user about an email or post that is especially negative and incendiary, or positive and praiseworthy; displaying a daily summary of emails from important contacts; providing a list of any to-do’s throughout the day, week or month; summarizing the latest information in the sports world from a favorite team; removing politics-related content — or any content the user might want stricken from their social feed; highlight buzz-worthy events taking place in the upcoming weekend; warning users when they’re about to send out a text they may regret later; and much more.”

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