I wrote this question, and it received a good valid answer.
Unfortunately, I did not include a key requirement, and that answer does not satisfy the requirement. My mistake.
Since that question already has a good answer, I will pose a similar question, this time adding the key requirement: that the keyboard and speech-to-text functionality both work completely offline.
So here's what I'm seeking:
An android keyboard that has quick access to speech-to-text (aka speech-recognition or voice-to-text) functionality, but that does not require any Google services or software. Must work completely offline.
Two apps that I have tested, but do not qualify:
- TouchPal looks like a good keyboard, but it requires Google's speech-to-text software, so it's a no-go.
- Swype requires an active internet connection for the speech-to-text functionality to work, so it's a no-go as well.
Prefer gratis, but paid is acceptable. Must be KitKat compatible.
Can anyone recommend one?
Update: As previously stated, this is similar to another question, but not a duplicate. This question adds a specific requirement not present in the other question. The accepted answer to that question does not satisfy the requirements of this question.