Im getting there. The good. This is a great innovation. Personally it helps me a lot to map the whole word in my mind before typing it rather than letter by letter searching. Two space keys is an excellent feature. I Don't mind waiting for features and updates, because basically this is an amazing free service. Smart phone landscape mode is good. The bad. No full stop in smartphone portrait mode?? Surely you could sacrifice one of the two shift keys for a full stop.
Layout is fine but has lot of usability issues particularly while using portrait mode. There is no delete button provided in number mode and one has to always return to alphabet mode for correction. How can they expect users not to make mistakes in number mode? Space button is also missing in number mode. Definitely no UX designer involved in the project.
Nice work It's taking over the entire screen though, it'd be nice to have it edit on the spot without turning everything white. Also it could do with some arrow keys like the hacker KB, as well as the hold-key-for-capital thing, easier access to the hyphen. But it's a nice start, let's see how it'll look when or if at all it'll get finished.
Needs some work Try to add the special characters as long presses. Also, it would be great if it had the intelligent features that android and swiftkey have. these are just things I think are mandatory if you want to compete in speed, particularly with flow and swype. until then I will be forced to continue using swiftkey. being brutally honest here, I think your best course of action would be to work with SwiftKey in getting your layout in there.
"123" Portrait mode needs work. I like it, but the portrait keyboards seem a bit cramped. Maybe there could be two pages for the numbers, punctuation, and special character? This would make room for delete and space keys. (Using Moto X)
Good concept, needs more thought While any new keyboard layout is going to take a bit of time to get used to, I can quickly see that it would not take long to type fast with this and that movement across the screen is minimal. However my main gripe is that on a 3.5" smartphone the landscape mode introduces a full keyboard and makes it too small to use. This is the most natural way for me to hold the phone when two-thumb typing, and with standard keyboard gives me bigger keys, not smaller. If you have a tablet/phablet this would be fine.
This new version adds umlauts and accented letters. To access them, press and hold the corresponding letter.
A bug was fixed that produced small text on smartphones.
Added possibility to limit keyboard height, giving more space to application content. This can be useful for smartphone users in the landscape mode.
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