Great concept, could use some improvements. All in all, a fantastic keyboard. Takes a little while to get used to, but seems to be superior in concept to swiftkey and swype, in it's enabling using two thumbs to swipe. One problem I have is sometimes if I have both thumbs touching the keyboard and they are close together they interfere with each other, one thumb pulling away the touch focus of another. This causes spelling problems and words are sometimes not recognized. It could be a failing of the touchscreen on my phone being too flexible? (I have a Galaxy SII HD). If I am careful to press lightly this doesn't happen, but it's not ideal. Also the action of long pressing the full stop (period) and draging to comma, apostrophe, etc are difficult to execute correctly. I like how swiftkey has numbers and punctuation as long-press options on every key of the alphabet keyboard, that makes for fast and easy access. Perhaps that's something to be added to Keymonk. One other feature I would love would be the option to have left and right cursor keys somewhere.
Like it, but needs work The double sliding is surprisingly easy to pick up and use, but it had draw backs, like not knowing proper nouns. So you have to remember to switch from sliding to typing. I think the pro version you can add words to the dictionary, which would help. I love being able to slide on the delete key to erase an entire word. And I liked the punctuation feature. But what killed the app for me is that it doesn't predict your words well. The info button got in the way. Capitalizing words slows you down.
Excellent concept This keyboard has an excellent concept, which works quite well in practice. Being able to swipe with two fingers is ingenious, not so much for portrait mode, but for landscape it is amazing. Unfortunately, the developer appears to have abandoned this keyboard, just before the world was supposed end. If the keyboard was perfect (it isn't) it wouldn't be such a big deal, but without any guarantees of future updates or bug fixes, buying the paid version would be like a buying a car that has been discontinued.
Best keyboard Trust me I have had Keymonk for a long time. so I thought to give other keyboards a try. I tried 5 others and decided Keymonk is still the best. It's just so much convenient to be able to use both hands. I'm now going to buy the full version. Thank you oh great developers!
Mentally Exhausting (At First) But Fun I'm still starting to learn. The difficult part is preventing both thumbs from racing for the same letters. The free version isn't trial but locks you to a default setting; you'll have to buy the full version to unlock it. I'm not sure yet how effective it is, but it's super fun to use. The default minimalist design is really nice.
Fun and fast but with a few flaws Easily the fastest keyboard I've used and very fun to type with. they should have the comma on the main keyboard, however. Also, really uses up your battery even when you're not using it. Spell check could also use some improvement.
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