Welcome to SwiftKey Insiders Community
This community has now become "SwiftKey Insiders" - built around SwiftKey users who want to help shape the future of SwiftKey products from the ground up.
Note: this community is only available for SwiftKey for Android at this time -
But if you would like to join our iOS or Windows lists to be notified when we launch on these platforms, please let us know.
Sign up here if you're interested in:
- Seeing early designs
- Playing with prototypes
- Taking surveys
- Giving thoughtful honest feedback
If you are looking for general support, feedback and feature requests, please visit our support site here.
I agree. I picked up Thumb Keyboard today as well and was completely impressed with how easy it is to use on a 10" screen while leaving lots of screen still visible. The other thing missing from SwiftKey Tablet X is a split keyboard in portrait mode.
I have to partiality agree. Typing on my 10.1" gTablet using SwiftKey is good, but the screen is so big that there is still quite some distance between keys. Plus, SwiftKey only seems to have a qwerty keyboard in portrait mode, which makes the keys huge. I think if I had a 7" tablet, the key size wouldn't bother me as much. Thumb Keyboard is much more flexible. The 10" layout makes typing in landscape mode much easier (less space between keys, more symbols on the layout), plus it has a split keyboard available in portrait mode. I almost wish I had a combination of the two: Thumb Keyboard's better layout for 10" tablets with SwiftKey's text prediction.
I guess I am a little different. In landscape mode, I prefer SwiftKey and use it the most. It is definitely more accurate than anything else. In portrait mode, I use Swype instead. With the smaller keyboard, I can swipe out words quicker than my large fingers can hit the correct keys. I mostly type in landscape mode, but will Swype out something quickly in portrait mode as well.