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I am perfectly happy with Swiftkey, for the following reasons:

  • I can see numbers as well as letters, without having to switch views
  • It learns my most frequent words and offers them first as suggestions (and it doesn’t seem to store passwords, or anything entered in browser incognito mode)
  • It also seems to learn frequently used phrases, so that after I enter one word, it quite will predicts what the next will be, sometimes completing an entire sentence

So far, so excellent, BUT, I simply cannot accept that it does not have an undo key for its autocorrect. If I enter technical terms or parts of URLs, it “helpfully” corrects them. I would expect pressing backspace to tell it “look, dude, I know what I meant there, so please accept that” – but it does not.

So, can anyone recommend a keyboard with the above features, PLUS undo?

Additional features would be nice, but are not needed. I do not do the FaceTweet, so do not need any social media enhancements or emojii. Hmmm, as list of frequently phrases would be “nice to have”, but is not “must have”.

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    Hmmm Swiftkey in conjunction with Inputting+ might do the trick makeuseof.com/tag/undo-redo-text-android-and-more – Mawg Mar 1 '17 at 10:19
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    Hacker's Keyboard lets you do ctrl z/ ctrl shift z undo/redo. Not a single button and undoes more than the last correction. In general a bit rough for general use. Probably not what you're looking for. (dictionary installed separately) – Old Badman Grey Mar 2 '17 at 7:56
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Why not turn off autocorrect in Swiftkey?

  • Welcome aboard. Thanks for the comment, which is not an answer (I will not downvote you, but others might; given your profile you ought to know better). I want to have auto-correct and it is usually a good thing. I just want the ability to reject an auto-correct from time to time. – Mawg Mar 7 '17 at 12:51
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    Based on your question, it seemed like a solution. However, if you do not wish to turn off autocorrect, it may not be your solution. Is there a way to convert an answer to comment? – pihentagy Mar 7 '17 at 13:05
  • As far as I know, you woudl have to delete the anwwer and submit a comment – Mawg Mar 7 '17 at 13:23

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