Many thanks to the closed-source nature of Apple’s iOS, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users have to make do with the stock key-board, and although it has actually enhanced to a degree for many years, it is, certainly, still streets behind the similarity SwiftKey and Swype. The only way these advanced keyboards have handled reptile onto stock iOS is via standalone applications like SwiftKey Note and Hipjot, now, the developer of the latter has actually made the intuitive typing interface offered to those running jailbroken devices.

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Incidentally, the Hipjot app’s note-taking qualifications just weren’t much to write residence regarding, but its keyboard had chins wagging and fingers anxiously swiping, with many wishing that they might appreciate a similar typing experience at stock level.

It was with wonderful enjoyment and relief that developer Yose Widjaja announced back in January that he would certainly be stripping away the keyboard and supplying it as a native alternative to jailbreakers, and after a few months’ work, it’s now all set for prime-time television. Well, kind of.

Still in beta, it’s a little harsh around the advantages, but if you discover Apple’s rather one-dimensional keyboard – – total with its irregular auto-correct recommendations – – to be something of a discomfort in the rear, then you’ll absolutely want to give Hipjot a shot.

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To get started, you will have to contribute to the developer’s beta database by entering in the complying with URL into your Cydia source selection:

As soon as you have actually downloaded and installed the keyboard, you acquire a 30-day free test – – an enough quantity of time that you could use to acquaint on your own with what is fairly a considerable modification from the stock providing.

Still, the aim of the video game is to enable you to type a lot faster, and with far better reliability, and although there’ll be a little of a learning curve included in getting comfortable with Hipjot, in the past long, you ought to be entering e-mails, files and messages like a pro.


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