3rd party keyboard doesn't support user dictionaries

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zsuki

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User dictionary allows you to type faster. But it seems that it's unsupported ( or not compatible yet?) with the keyboards downloaded from App Store. This is the main reason that prevents me from using it. And another big inconvenience is, you can't push and hold the little earth icon to get the keyboard lists. You can only tap on it to switch to the previous keyboard. But you can't blame apple for that since its a new thing in iOS.


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Ledsteplin

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#2
User dictionary allows you to type faster. But it seems that it's unsupported ( or not compatible yet?) with the keyboards downloaded from App Store. This is the main reason that prevents me from using it. And another big inconvenience is, you can't push and hold the little earth icon to get the keyboard lists. You can only tap on it to switch to the previous keyboard. But you can't blame apple for that since its a new thing in iOS.


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What user dictionary do you refer to? I type plenty fast with SwiftKey. It has a decent dictionary that improves with use. No issues there.


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