Anonymous, 18 Sep 2016Doesn't require data to work?no, it's a keyboard (replaces ur normal one btw) so no data required, try it out and keep in mind that if u're new to the swype it might take a couple days to get used to it :)
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ok i just tried it for the night and day, i must say it's rather helpfull cuz it does show u (on the top bar of the keyboard) a lot of posibles next words BUT i have to say that when u get used to swyping (like myself) it takes a bit more time to select those next words (or scrolling to the right if u don't see the one ur looking for) than just swyping the next word... for the ones that haven't used swype or that don't get used to it, this swiftkey is exceptionally good since it'll improve the writting a lot ^_^
Surely this means they're sending every word, or rather, submission, you type, albeit surely anonymously, into their servers in order to fuel the neural net? Not that I care, that sort of thing doesn't bother me but I know it woul dbe a big deal to some people..
Its not too long when people know what other people thinking (just like Edward Cullen in Twilight)😉 at least people don't lie😷
I just checked play store and neural alpha it's been since may advertising first neural keyboard. .. so this blog post seems more like advertising than "news" and a bit late, still gonna try it but just saying. ...
that's nice, i'd like to test it, i love swype keyboard since it's easy and fast so with nice predictions it's even better... i hope the rest of the languages come quick :D
Multiling is super lighter super faster and the most customizable keyboard in the planet
with just 450 KB I think 33 MB of multiling is spying the users
thats why Microsoft liked it so much
Until they make some proper dictionaries it's pointless and useless. Whatever network they use you just can't type anything with gestures, as it has just little nouns and almost no verbs and adjectives.