Posts Tagged ‘iOS Keyboard’

Swype keyboard for iOS has been pulled from the App Store as support for Android is discontinued. Here is everything you need to know.

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Here’s how you can fix A [?] question mark box autocorrect iOS 11.1 bug. Apple has already confirmed that it will likely fix this in an upcoming update to iOS, but until then the company has offered a workaround.

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Here’s what ducking autocorrect meaning is on iPhone and tip on how to prevent it from occurring on your iOS devices.

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Here’s how to enable hidden one-handed iPhone keyboard, an iOS feature that sits dormant inside the code as discovered by one developer.

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Google has released its first ever iPhone keyboard called Gboard, featuring built-in search, swipe input, GIF animations, and much more. Here’s everything you need to know.

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Starbucks has just released its own customized emoji keyboard for iOS and Android devices. The keyboard is available to download right now from the relevant app stores.

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It was recently discovered that Microsoft was working on an iOS implementation of its highly popular Word Flow keyboard found in its Windows Mobile platform. Carefully selected members of the Windows Insider Program were invited to take part in a closed beta of the Word Flow keyboard, with Microsoft confirming via the email invite that the keyboard would be initially tolled out to Apple’s iOS platform, with other platforms to follow in the near future. Now, a set of new images are providing a better insight into the visuals of the keyboard and some of the unique features that it will bring to iOS when publicly released.

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Microsoft’s Word Flow keyboard of Windows Phone is coming to the iPhone soon. Details on the the keyboard which is in a beta testing phase right now, can be found right here.

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If you remember Appleā€™s big iPhone reveal back from 2007, then you may remember one of the big plusses that Steve Jobs said made the iPhone so unique. Standing on stage as only Steve Jobs could, the then Apple CEO said that the iPhone’s lack of physical keys made the iPhone so special because it could adapt its software keyboard to suit any situation. Obviously that was something that could not be said about the competition of the time.

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