The AI at the core of this thing amazes me. It's so close to perfection. But the app crashes every 4 days. And it crashes when I tell it to import data for contacts. And it's a little bit slow on my shield tablet. But it's so so close to perfection. These nit picks don't keep it from being the best virtual keyboard I've ever used. And they don't keep it from a very enthusiastic 5 star rating. Oh, I typed this review at 30wpm according to the keyboard's tracking.
Came to this app after I got sick of TouchPal's increasingly invasive advertising. Took some getting used to but very fast now that I'm familiar with it. Happy to pay the 5 bucks to get a nice keyboard with no extra crap piled on.
I have Parkinson's and was finding conventional keyboards I kept pressing the wrong lets. Now with Minuum I have no trouble as accurate key press is not so important. It's a great app disabled or not.
After having to learn to type using such a small keyboard for a week, it becomes an incredible time-saver. The emoji search is also pretty useful although it should work with languages other than English as well. My only real complaint is that there should be an option to choose the currency symbol displayed on the primary punctuation pane
Dictionary full of typos, auto correct only taking last word into account instead of whole phrase. However nice way to replace 150 years old keyboard layout
The emoji prediction is ok, better than Chrooma but not as good as Swiftmoji or the windows phone keyboard. This is a good concept with a unique keyboard made for sloppy texters but after using this keyboard for a few days, it kept crashing. Please fix this! I am using a Samsung Galaxy S7.
- Stability and bug fixes
- Support for unicode 8 emoji (Android 6.0.1 only)
-Fixed a long standing crash with language and layout selection
-Added advanced option to adjust long press delay
-Improve access to special character (pl/sv) in multi-lingual mode
-Better access to _ in spanish
-Better access to <> and _ and other tweaks to the symbols layout
-Small improvements to the adaptive color scheme