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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Hieveryone, Nov 15, 2015.
Is it faster than typing it out?
No. I only select one of the three options when Autocorrect wants to correct my slang.
Apple's predictive text sucks balls. I use SwiftKey. Soooo much better as a keyboard and predictive text is more context sensitive than Apple's.
I do wish SwiftKey would add the Trackpad feature that is new to ios9
Can't they read your passwords? That's why I've avoided third party keyboards so far.
No, as far as I'm aware the keyboard changes back to the apple keyboard when you are in a password entry box. So you still use apple keychain even when using a 3rd party keyboard.
I hate predictive text with the burning fire of 1,000,000 suns!
Just to be clear, by predictive text I mean that box of 3 words above your keyboard.
I use it on occasion. It's not the most accurate, but if I'm quickly composing a text, it get a gist of what I'm trying to type.
I use it frequently, but I've only been texting for 4 years It's faster for me.
I use it and it works quite well for me.
When I do use the iOS keyboard it works pretty well. Although I find the swiftkey auto-correct feature to be much better.
Never in all my life will I use predictive text. If anything, it just gets in the way when I'm trying to see the keyboard.
You know you can turn it off, right? Not sure why it offends you so badly...
Personally, I rarely use it, because having to look from where I'm typing to pick a word that it offers seems slower than just typing it out anyway. But I use it occasionally.
Yeah, I've got it disabled. I just prefer a neater view when typing things.
I've noticed it is probably slower Than typing out the whole word
I can appreciate that, especially if you're not going to use it anyway...
I use this, but not always.
I kind of figured out when it is useful. If the word is long, like ophthalmologist, then it is very useful.
But if the word is short like, cake, you're better off typing it.
Not really, 99% of the time i'm accurate with what I want, and because I use two hands to type [hell to those one handed users]... I don't have to worry.
Unless you're one handing a lot, then maybe Yes I could see some use into it but imo it's just not useful...
I've never used predictive text or auto-correct on any phone and it's one of the first things I switch off.
Predictive text, no.
I have it turned off. Can't understand how moving my fingers and eyes up there is anything but slower than just typing. Probably the dumbest iPhone feature ever introduced.
Like I said I think it's useful for words like ophthalmologist
Saves a boat load of time. But for most words no.
I have my predictive bar off.
Auto correct is turned off on every computer, ipad and iphone I own. I also turned off predictive text.