Would really like the option do disable/enable auto-space after punctuation (.,!), particularly period. Would make entering e.g. adresses and version number strings (which I do a lot) much less of a hassle.
And related, an option to do the same for prediction: Some languages, e.g. Swedish, uses composite words (combining word stems/lexemes into one word) extensively.4,742 votes
Auto-spacing is now disabled if:
you start to enter a number
you write www. (indicating that you are entering a URL)
you use the @symbol (indicating that you are writing an email address)
1. While using SwiftKey on physical keyboard, the "symbols" key won't open symbols chart
2. When I'm using physical keyboard, I can't tell if I'll type in regulars/caps/symbols. Stock keyboard displays statusbar icon (A, Aa, a, blue square [used for alternative ket functions] key pressed, blue square key permanently pressed). There should be similar feature.3,189 votes
Don't autocorrect a word when the user backs up and deletes part of it,. People want it: http://redd.it/122sp3
Don't autocorrect a word when the user backs up and deletes part of it.
Whenever SwiftKey autocorrects a word that is almost correct (e.g. "bikes" instead of "bike"), don't autocorrect the word back to "bikes" if the user deletes the 's'.
As of right now, #1 post on Reddit!: http://redd.it/122sp33,173 votes
Thanks for your comments. We want SwiftKey to be the best keyboard out there and understand that it’s frustrating that it doesn’t yet hear you shouting “no, I meant THIS” when you make a change to a word that you have already typed.
Have the ability to switch to the Samsung handwriting recognition software when s pen is out on Samsung Galaxy Note 22,560 votes
What if you could long-press on a prediction to get different forms of the word? / word variations / word variants
What if long-pressing on a prediction gave you a menu with different forms of the word. Many times I see SwiftKey predict the right word, but in the wrong form (Ex: predict, predicted, prediction, predicts), and I have to type it out.2,504 votes
Whn entering an address in the ebbrowser you get .com as default domain suffix and when longpress the .com button you get the choises .net, .org, .gov and .tv.
I would like the be able to add/edit own domain suffix like .co.uk or .se2,215 votes
Please add a option to disable the .com button from appearing in url bars. I often hit it aming for the space bar.2,128 votes
The recent update spoilt the core functionality of the original SK. It slows down the typing speed when you guys hide exclamation and question mark!1,903 votes
There’s no need to longpress to access exclamation and question mark from the new punctuation button. Just tap for . slide quick left for ! and slide quick right for ?
See our how-to video here http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pUi-CtciwMk
We’re sure once you get used to it you’ll be typing even quicker than before.
I really think that each one of those keyboards, swift x, smart keyboard pro and swype has a big problem, one you can't delete words from the dictionary and one you can't stop it from learning wrong words as you type. I think the request feature is pretty simple to implement and i see no reason not to do it. which ever one of these keyboards fixes this problem they would be the winner and i would that keyboard. My favorite option out of all of these would be if Swift X was to give me the option to stop learning words as i type. This would be better than having smart keyboard pro let me delete words from the dictionary because then i wouldn't have to delete all these words from the SPK dictionary (which there are a lot of useless words) and also because Swift X has a better dictionary to begin with.
There is also another problem that i have with Swype and Swift X that i don't usually have with SPK and that is when i type "U" both keyboards change it automatically to "I" and i am not sure what a solution is because these two letters will always compete.
I really think that each one of those keyboards, swift x, smart keyboard pro and swype has a big problem, one you can't delete words from the dictionary and one you can't stop it from learning wrong words as you type. I think the request feature is pretty simple to implement and i see no reason not to do it. which ever one of these keyboards fixes this problem they would be the winner and i would that keyboard. My favorite option out of all of these would be if Swift X was to give me the option to stop…1,543 votes
Add an option to remove the text box that comes up in landscape mode, So we can see what we are typing into
Currently if you put the keyboard into landscape, you get a large white text box above the keyboard. This means you can't see the fields you are typing into, select new fields, or see any formatting without switching back to portrait mode.
Go Keyboard lets you do it, it's a common feature for iOS devices, I already have key height at small, makes no difference to the text box.1,460 votes
Thanks for letting us know that you’d prefer to see more of the app, even if this makes the text box smaller.
When a word is corrected but wasn't required to be, the user should be able to go back to the original word by pressing backspace1,433 votes
Single hand mode will reduce the size of the keyboard and justify it to the left or right (depending on settings).1,352 votes
Hi everyone – thank you for your comments (and please keep them coming). We are looking into what changes or additions we can make to our layouts in order to improve the SwiftKey experience on different-sized devices.
Typing an URL is quite a pain: Www. SwiftKey. Com
It shouldn't be too hard to detect if a user is typing a Web address or an email address and adjust the correct functions accordingly?
Would be appreciated :)1,345 votes
Swiftkey now goes into “literal mode” after you have typed @ because it knows you are typing an email address. It will not correct or add spaces after periods.
It will also do this after you type www. because it knows you are trying to type a web address.
Outside of a URL field or an email address box we are currently unable to tell if you are writing an email or a web address before you get to these points.
I know that Whatsapp do not offer an API to access their messages. But it is possible to export the history of Whatsapp as an txt-file (you can choose this option in the settings of Whatsapp). It would be great if Swiftkey can analyze this txt file!1,122 votes
(Or make mic Primary function)832 votes
Predicted email addresses shouldn't be auto-capitalized as most people write their email addresses in lowercase letters only.738 votes
When you type @ SwiftKey goes into “literal mode” and does not autocorrect or add spaces because it knows that you are writing an email address.
Before you type the @ SwiftKey does not yet know that you are typing an email address.
In text boxes that identify themselves as email address fields SwiftKey does not add capitals or spaces.
I usually use 3 languages: Spanish, Catalan and English, and it's not suitable to have enabled all 3 because predictions are not very fast or they are not in the wanted language. (and it get worst with Spanish and Catalan, because they have a lot of similar words) and it's uncomfortable to go to languages and keyboards everytime I chat or send an email to my different contacts.
It would be great to change the language in use just holding space, or with a key, or making swiftkey remembering the language used for each contact,...578 votes
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