When I wasn't looking (and I'm sure it didn't say anything) SwiftKey (the keyboard I use on android) has become "micro$oft SwiftKey".
I am kinda pissed that this happened without me knowing.
Anyone know of a good alternative?
I do use the multiple language features so would be good to keep that.
@M0YNG anysoft keyboard is open source and highly customizable
@F1RUM nice. Dinner and done!
@F1RUM that was supposes to be 'done and done'...
@M0YNG I've been using Multiling O Keyboard for a few years. It's very responsive and EXTREMELY customizable. Like, EXTREMELY extremely.
@emacsomancer @M0YNG I think that high be a holding-down thing, in Multiling at least - but yeah, that's changeable. The only drawback of Multiling as far as I can see is it doesn't have a great English dictionary, so the first week or so you're gonna be doing a lot of holding-on-words to tell it that, yes, those ARE real words.
But being able to make your dream layout is sweeeeeet
@M0YNG They all send your data now. It's how they're free at all. The alternative to sending your data to the big guys directly is GO Keyboard. In terms of being like SwiftKey, it's probably Chrooma. Ginger won't send your data to Google and has some neat features for games, but they still have the excuse of autocorrect and using only aggregate data.
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