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Using Third-Party Keyboards In iOS 8
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Those should still work. Try it.
What are your thoughts on privacy and allowing full access to third party keyboards?
You mean that third-party app makers could put malicious code into the keyboards to track what you type? That's technically possible, but they have to be part of the Apple dev program to have an app in the store, and that means Apple knows a lot about them. They'd be found out. Seems like too much effort as there are easier ways to steal information.
Yes, concerned about tracking key strokes. Thanks Gary!
I just purchased a physical keyboard for my iPad Air. Can I use one of the apps with predictive text with it?
Predictive text works with the on-screen keyboard. The whole idea is that these buttons appear above the keyboard and change all the time, something a physical keyboard can't do.
Do these puppies all disable my iOS Keyboard Shortcuts, or can I import 'em or otherwise use 'em without having to switch back to the regular iOS keyboard?
Thanks and best wishes,