Bottom line is that swiftkey is the BASE. RIM could have stuck with the BASE but they didn't. Instead it was improved to the bb10 keyboard.Phones:
Nokia 5110>Nokia 3360>Siemens C56>Moto RAZR>LG Chocolate>Pearl 8100>Bold 9000 >Pearl 9100 + Bold 9900 > iPhone 4S+ Z10 + Bold 9000
16GB Playbook> Playbook 32GB
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- 01-26-2013, 04:02 AM #28
The space inference thing looks like it suffers from being over the space key. Even though SwiftKey is good, it often gets words mixed up when I type 3 or 4 in a row.
Having predictions above the keyboard means I get 3 options.
Looks like BB10s keyboard will offer just one over the space bar, at least at launch, they may tweak it later.
Since its powered by Swiftkey, this will probably mean slower entries, one word at a time.
Ah well, at least RIM's offering its customers a choice, a fairly high end virtual keyboard or the best of the best physical keyboards.
- 01-26-2013, 04:29 AM #29
With all the contextual prediction I doubt it will ever get it wrong.
- 01-26-2013, 04:34 AM #30
How I see it:
You write "hello" forget to press space and you write "world". You will see "helloworld" on the screen. When you press space to start the next word it will insert a space as well as another space between "hello" and "world" so you basically don't stop to correct anything or to select a correction, it's all done automatically, sort of like the existing double space click to enter a dot and a space. So your writing keeps flowing.
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