iPhone Trick and Tip—Use Smart Keyboard App For Working On The Go

My iPhone 4 Keyboard Sucks !!!

I don’t know about you folks but I have never been particularly good or quick using my iPhones built-in keyboard. I have often looked with envy upon people on trains and buses tapping away with their thumbs to their hearts content.

 

Unfortunately my broad fingers are either too big or I am just not dexterous enough. Not only that but ever since I acquired my iPhone I absolutely abhor the predictive text feature and I spend as much time correcting text as creating it.

 

I fully accept that many of you out there will disagree but hopefully many out there will also relate to my sentiment

 

Having recently purchased an android tablet I came across a brilliant app called Swift keyboard, and heartily recommend it if you have an android device and I can now type away to my hearts content with both my thumbs using that app and device.

 

   This caused me to search for a similar app for my iPhone and for the      princely sum of under two dollars I came across an app called Smart Keyboard which I would also recommend. Just give you a flavour I have done a very short video below and why not check it out in the  iTunes store…………….

 

Michael

PS While designed for iPhone  not iPad I still use it on my iPad

Manufacturers Description- Extract

anticipates what the user is trying to write after only one or two letters and sometimes even before the user starts writing.


This sophisticated writing assistant sorts and expresses a user’s personal writing style and includes a word-bank( and pattern-bank ) of suggested words that include commonly used slang and specific punctuation that most normal mobile keyboards simply don’t pick up on.

– This is not a regular keyboard. It won’t stop as you use it. It gets smarter and smarter.
– Reduce your Typing Incredibly as you use.
–  You will choose word before you type.( Don’t waste time to correction of word. )

★ Default Features
– EMail
– SMS
– SMS ( switch )

 

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With Many Thanks
Michael

 

About The Author

Rosemary O'Shaughnessy

I am a self employed Social Media Manager and Consultant.

11 Comments

  • Jo Shaer

    Reply Reply January 9, 2012

    I got someone to show me how to switch off predictive text because it drove me mad. And I have tiny fingers but they’re still too big for the iPhone keypad. It sucks for typing! I was envying someone on a Blackberry thumb tapping only today as I tapped with my index finger…

    • rosie54

      Reply Reply January 9, 2012

      Jo , I do not like predicative text either . But I find the smart keyboard easy to use. I am delighted to see you back on working on the go. Take care Rosemary

  • Lani - Aloha

    Reply Reply January 11, 2012

    Aloha Rosemary, I enjoyed your post and video. what a wonderful tool to use and I definitely will keep this in mind. Glad I came by and thanks! Lani 🙂

  • Kimberly Castleberry

    Reply Reply January 12, 2012

    I’m not really a fan of the onscreen keyboard on my android either. In fact I hated trying to type on the screen and deeply missed my palm Treo’s keyword which was similar to some of the blackberries with slightly raised buttons. For me the answer was in a “swype” style keyboard (in my case, Slide IT keyboard) which allows me to drag my finger quickly across the letters. Love, love love it and always feel lost without it! I wonder if the iphones have any similar offerings. Do you know?

    • rosie54

      Reply Reply January 13, 2012

      Hi Kim, many thanks for your very useful comment. I mostly use my iPad on the go but Michael uses our android tablet we recently bought and he has used swiftkey tablet X with much praise. The slide it app looks compelling from their you Tube video and we will certainly be trying it out. It is not available from the iTunes store but the slide it website seems to indicate that they are working hard to get it approved for the IOS system. Many thanks for this useful information
      Rosemary

  • Herbert

    Reply Reply January 13, 2012

    I really can’t share much when it comes to Android and iPhone thingy since I don’t have an iPhone now but the moment I will have I will definitely be considering your valuable tips Rosie.

    • rosie54

      Reply Reply January 15, 2012

      Hi Herbert, Delighted you found my tip useful. I have no doubt we all will be using smart phone more in the coming years for our work. Take care Rosemary

  • Anna

    Reply Reply January 14, 2012

    What a helpful article. I really worried about the keyboard of my iPhone which turned to be very uncomfortable. Thanks for the great tutorial:)

    • rosie54

      Reply Reply January 15, 2012

      Anna, you are very welcome. and it is amazing how many people have mentioned to me about there fingers and the iPhone. That is one of the reasons I really like using Audio for time and convenience. Do feel welcome to visit our Facebook Page for regular tips etc . https://www.facebook.com/workingonthego Take care Rosemary

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