SwiftKey’s Clarity Auto-corrects Phrases And Learns Slang Terms That You Frequently Use
SwiftKey has recently launched a new keyboard named ‘Clarity.’ The experimental keyboard, whose prototype version is currently in beta testing phase, is capable of correcting long phrases. Thus if you use ‘Clarity,’ you will be able to perform the typing tasks without distractions by focusing on “what you’re writing and nothing else.”
SwiftKey has been introducing third-party keyboards in the past as well but the recent release is quite different than the previous models that predict words. Now the prototype version of ‘Clarity’ shows that it can correct the multi-word phrases with “multi-word autocorrect.”
‘Clarity’ may not be accurate in all its predictions. If a user notices a wrong prediction, he can press the backspace key to revert the originally typed text.
All other features flow that comes with other main keyboards, by SwiftKey, also makes way in the latest release. Additionally, the experimental Keyboard brings some of the most useful features from SwiftKey’s Flow app.
Among other features of the ‘Clarity’ are automatic remembering of the informal phrases and names which a user uses, so it will not show wrong typing error when a user enters any of the slang terms like nicknames or phrases.
As the keyboard is still in beta testing phase, so there is a plenty of room for functionality improvement or addition of other novel features. SwiftKey must be looking closely at users’ feedback, complaints and suggestions to bring forward in the final version an efficient typing board.
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