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Would you like Taylor Swift to answer your texts for you?

Let TayText help you send a snappy comeback in your text messages

By Andrea Tim | Published: 6 May 2015

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Photo: taylorswift/Instagram

"Nice to meet you, where you been, TayText?" said Swifties everywhere. Five Harvard Business School students have given Taylor Swift fans the best Apple iOS texting app ever – one that fills in your texts with the singer's many catchy lyrics.

The app, available on the iTunes store for $0.99 (approx. RM3.50), runs as a custom keyboard (like the popular emoji keyboard) for the iPhone, offering over 300 lyrics from 60 plus songs by Taylor for you to select and send in your replies. TayText works on all text-based applications, so watch out, emails, Whatsapp, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Like TayText says, "because Taylor speaks for all of us."

Taylor's lyrics have been organised into 11 themes: Just Beginning, Into You, Over You, Missing You, It's Over, Trouble, Growing Up, Haters, Party On, Preach and Random. All five students involved in the creation of TayText are self-proclaimed Swifties themselves, so yes, of course they're very well-versed with the lyrics.

We wonder how long it'll take before people start saying stuff like "you've been TayTexted."

Related: Watch Taylor Swift's mum's heartwarming speech at the ACM Awards


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