Pretty good and innovative, but... It works well when careful but the margin of error is low when trying to swype quickly. Also, doesn't really save that much space on the screen when compared to other keyboards. Just not worth switching over for now; I'm going back to Swype.
Save your time. Its so bad.... Given this multiple changes and each time it's been awful. Force closes all the time and just is awful at prediction. Good idea but needs another year or two of work. Minuum keyboard is the next keyboard like this I'll try out.
Innovative but... This app is truly innovative. It's like reinventing the wheel but the problem is that the it's kinda hard to figure out how to use the app. Hence, 3stars for being innovative. Perhaps more improvement on the tutorial. Get the users to interact with the tutorial
Way too buggy Very fast and convenient... When it works. It doesn't work with text boxes in browsers for some reason. It also hides buttons at the bottom of the screen. The last straw, however, was that it deleted an important essay when I opened it in Drive. I pressed a key and poof! The whole thing was replaced with gibberish. Back to stock keyboard for me.
Great but crashing I give it 4 stars for now until crashing on Samsung galaxy note 2 is fixed. Other than that this keyboard is my favorite so far with all the great functionality making typing a great experience.
Electric shock There's a bit of a learning curve with this keyboard, familiarizing yourself with the layout, but stick with it and trust it to predict the words, and it becomes an incredibly fast way to type. My one complaint is being unable to soften the key press vibration, it really is like receiving an electric shock
New in version 2.0
* Added TIO Flix, a flicks-based two-row keyboard.
* Added TIO Squiggle, a new type of user interface for text and data entry. Instead of relying on key presses, the user traces a curve that crosses a line in designated places.
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