SwiftKey continues to be the keyboard of decision for lots of Android consumers, myself included. Although the application is certainly bloated, its autocorrect and next-phrase prediction are tops.
Unfortunately, individuals strengths have long gone to crap currently when working with SwiftKey to style in comment varieties like Disqus in Chrome. The hottest SwiftKey Beta seems to resolve the problem.
The bug hampers autocorrection when typing and triggers odd items to come about when tapping next-phrase predictions. For illustration, in some cases several attempts are expected to select a prediction or tapping a phrase in the prediction bar provides the first letter of that phrase to the conclude of the phrase, yielding a nonword.
The bug has been noted by a variety of SwiftKey consumers on the SwiftKey Android assistance discussion board, Disqus bug experiences and responses discussion board, Google Chrome assist discussion board, Reddit, and in other places. Final 7 days, Artem shared a movie of the problem on Google+ and Twitter:
So @SwiftKey broke in comment varieties, or at the very least @disqus, months ago, and typing reviews is now the most annoying experience of the day. pic.twitter.com/oY42wDOwSc
— Artem Russakovskii (@ArtemR) February 11, 2018
SwiftKey responded declaring it was on it, and a couple days later it verified that the hottest beta, model 6.7.8, contains a resolve. It seems to take care of the problematic typing (broaden the Gfycat to get a much better look at it):
SwiftKey suggests the resolve will be pushed to the secure model of the application at the time it can make the rounds for beta consumers. A couple consumers in the SwiftKey assistance discussion board validate that the hottest beta addresses the bug.
If you’ve been annoyed by this problem, attempt downloading the hottest SwiftKey Beta working with the widget below or via APKMirror. And if you want to see if it really restores normal typing in Disqus, why not examination it out by commenting below?