Close but no cigar From an input perspective, Kii is all around excellent, however due to the severely limited Japanese dictionary, functionality is limited. Even if the dictionary is limited, a standard feature with most Japanese input is a personal dictionary where the user is allowed to define "English Characters > Kanji", Kii Japanese is missing this VERY basic functionality. This is a necessary feature because many common nouns (person, place names) get creative with Kanji usage. A better dictionary would bump this up by 1 star and the missing personal dictionary accounts for 2 more stars.
A good start The Japanese dictionary at this point is good for a fair amount of kanji input but it has quite a way to go for daily stuff like city names and people names before I can use it for my daily keyboard for my GSIII. For now I'll have to flip back and forth between the not so attractive and clunky Samsung Japanese keyboard for more complex word input. Keep up the good work though. It's still a very capable effort.
Limited database I love Kii keyboard, however they need to make the Japanese dictionary more comprehensive. I often have to revert to Go Keyboard when I type in Japanese because I simply can't find the words I want in Kii. If Go Keyboard's jap input dictionary is 7/10, this one wld be 3/10. Disappointing to say the least
Very basic This dictionary only has very basic Japanese kanji. When you type in the word and look for the kanji for it, it doesn't give you many options to choose from. I couldn't even find the city I live in using the dictionary. Love the kii keyboard, but this dictionary needs to be expanded.
Very smooth and easy to use. The voice to text is especially handy and does not lag. It even uses the correct kanji after hearing my gaijin accent. 5 stars Voice to text is pretty seamless. Even puts in the right kanji for you automatically, I didn't even have to speak slowly. Very well done
small dic basically useless because the dictionary is way too small. unless u wanna just type everything in hiragana only.
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