1. libra89's Avatar
    I was impressed and still impressed. Word prediction has been excellent, even better than swiftkey for me. For SwiftKey, it took input for the word prediction to improve. WordFlow on the other hand, just knows off the bat what I am trying to type. The only thing that sucks for me though is that for words like "sometimes", it changes it to "som...es" because I use an iphone SE. That and the lack of skintones suck, but I'll probably still use it anyway. It just needs to be better with those two things.
    04-27-2016 08:42 AM
  2. Just_Me_D's Avatar
    I was impressed and still impressed. Word prediction has been excellent, even better than swiftkey for me. For SwiftKey, it took input for the word prediction to improve. WordFlow on the other hand, just knows off the bat what I am trying to type. The only thing that sucks for me though is that for words like "sometimes", it changes it to "som...es" because I use an iphone SE. That and the lack of skintones suck, but I'll probably still use it anyway. It just needs to be better with those two things.
    I'm in agreement with you in regard to word prediction. For the short time I had the keyboard installed, that's the one thing that stood out for me. I didn't care about the one handed option, but it wasn't that bad. Overall, the keyboard was "okay" in the sense that it didn't bring anything that would make me dump the native keyboard in favor of it. Know what I mean?
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    04-27-2016 08:46 AM
  3. Ledsteplin's Avatar
    I was impressed and still impressed. Word prediction has been excellent, even better than swiftkey for me. For SwiftKey, it took input for the word prediction to improve. WordFlow on the other hand, just knows off the bat what I am trying to type. The only thing that sucks for me though is that for words like "sometimes", it changes it to "som...es" because I use an iphone SE. That and the lack of skintones suck, but I'll probably still use it anyway. It just needs to be better with those two things.
    I tested the memory of both SwiftKey and Workflow. SwiftKey was much quicker with adding words to the predictive box. Test it with a made up email address and see.
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    04-27-2016 09:01 AM
  4. robertk328's Avatar
    I'm in agreement with you in regard to word prediction. For the short time I had the keyboard installed, that's the one thing that stood out for me. I didn't care about the one handed option, but it wasn't that bad. Overall, the keyboard was "okay" in the sense that it didn't bring anything that would make me dump the native keyboard in favor of it. Know what I mean?
    Same here.
    04-27-2016 12:58 PM
  5. Honey Beagle's Avatar
    Tried it and deleted it.

    I prefer the stock keyboard
    I like that keyboard except one can barely hear when a key is typed on.
    04-27-2016 09:56 PM
  6. robertk328's Avatar
    I like that keyboard except one can barely hear when a key is typed on.
    I turn off the clicks. I see the key react and the letter/digit show up on the screen. If not I backspace anyway.
    04-28-2016 04:44 AM
  7. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    I gave it a try, nice idea, give them props for execution. However, for the same 2 reasons I dumped Swiftkey, I dumped this as well.

    1) As mentioned above, no mic button (and yes I know Apple doesn't allow access)

    2) I use the 3D Touch/Force Touch trackpad function in the stock keyboard multiple times a day. It's finally become second nature for me; instead stretching my thumb up to move the cursor, the muscle memory now automatically hard presses the keyboard. It's become a great time saver for me.
    The EXACT two reasons I dumped it too. My iPhone gets a lot of usage, especially for work. I've gotten really used to dictating texts and emails and using the trackpad. I haven't been able to bring myself to use anything missing either one of those features for more than a few minutes.
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    04-28-2016 05:31 AM
  8. robertk328's Avatar
    The EXACT two reasons I dumped it too. My iPhone gets a lot of usage, especially for work. I've gotten really used to dictating texts and emails and using the trackpad. I haven't been able to bring myself to use anything missing either one of those features for more than a few minutes.
    The way you use dictation you're better off forgetting about the mic issue
    Rob Phillips likes this.
    04-28-2016 05:39 PM
  9. Rob Phillips's Avatar
    The way you use dictation you're better off forgetting about the mic issue
    True story.
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    04-28-2016 06:52 PM
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