I love it! It become more gorgeous and friendly. Only thing I miss Dutch Language and bit of emojis other than that perfect. Go guys Go ✌👍👌
PROMISING ! I like it , needs to be a liitle more stable and some bugs fixed and some minor improvements before i buy it though ! But very promising! ...........................................Bugs = word prediction bar doesnt always work/show , doesnt show at all in some apps , and in some apps (scrabble) your first touch of keyboard doesn't register (very frustrating) #### Re: your reply , thanks for the speedy replys , but the bugs are yours , as my present keyboard (swype) has no such problems niether do the many others ive tried ! ?
Si M Way better than SwiftKey!
Flex-pansion=Very Flex-ible Text expansion is well implemented. Abbreviations can include numbers and one abbreviation can stand for different phrases. Language switch can be quicker ( Switch key or Swipe of Space bar). Expanding Suggested words to 4 lines is nice, but takes much screen. Option to expand to 2, 3 or 4 lines would be great .
Almost Perfect I'm a bit of a Luddite and finally changing from a Phone with a physical keyboard to a touchscreen and this is better and more adaptable than my phones keyboard. I have a couple of problems the restricted languages are a minor issue. I write a times and this has a weird quirk whenever I use : after numbers it puts in a space so I have to delete the space before adding the minutes. Almost can you change the Smiles to pictures as I don't know all the symbol combinations
Flexpansion is pretty spiffing I type, slowly, with one finger on a tablet or phone. Once I learned to let Flexpansion do the work speed and accuracy went right up. There are times I still forget to use it properly, but not too often. I encountered the installation gripe a some people have mentioned, but I knew that the bit where you appear to be stuck with nowhere to go, when selecting keyboards, is the bit Google/Android imposes on the installation sequence and going back one screen from the Google light green one allows you to get everything up and running pretty quickly. Flexpansion rewards the small amount of time needed to learn how it works and what the shorcuts are.
Changes in ver 2.148:
* Reduced long-press delay for alternate characters popup.
* Corrected position of long-press popup when using split keyboard.
* Prevented swipe gestures during a long-press.
* Moved ö/ü/ä to start of alternate chars list when device is set to German.
* Added "(None)" language selection, which allows you to have Flexpansion predict only the words found in Gmail / text training data. Very useful for Pro users, using backup/restore to create & share specialist language packs.