Scribble Free Keyboard

Scribble Free Keyboard


A simple keyboard that provides vector prediction (swiping between keys) using a dictionary of 45000 words.

This free version is fully functional (although lacking many of the features of the full version).

USAGE:

You need to install Scribble as your default keyboard in your device's system settings before you can use it.

To spell out words swipe over the keyboard. Single letters may be added by tapping them. A double tap changes the case of the single letter (except in the case of 'a' and 'I' where a double tap removes the auto-generated space). Words may be cycled through capitalisation by using the double-ended arrow key (left side of keyboard).

Only the alpha keyboard has vector capability (for obvious reasons). The numeric/symbol and special-symbol keyboards are provided for convenience.

FEEDBACK:

Please contact me if you are having problems with Scribble. I cannot help you if you just leave feedback saying it doesn't swipe! I assure you, it works as advertised and has been tested on several different devices and Android versions.

I'd appreciate it if you didn't score me down because you apparently can't start the app - you need to make Scribble your input device in your device settings before you can use it! Please read your device's manual or contact me.

Recent changes:
1.1.1

Bug fixes.

1.1

Fixed keyboard issues with various devices.

1.0.4:
Fixed clearing of buffer on restarting keyboard.
Fixed updating of candidate view on selection.
Fixed how a/i works after single tap input.

1.0.3:
Fixed cursor positioning after insertion within text.

1.0.2:
Minor change to how 'i' double-tap generation works.

1.0.1:
Fixed comma generation problem.
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3.3
User ratings
256
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
654 kb
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About Scribble Free Keyboard
A simple keyboard that provides vector prediction (swiping between keys) using a dictionary of 45000 words.

This free version is fully functional (although lacking many of the features of the full version).

USAGE:

You need to install Scribble as your default keyboard in your device's system settings before you can use it.

To spell out words swipe over the keyboard. Single letters may be added by tapping them. A double tap changes the case of the single letter (except in the case of 'a' and 'I' where a double tap removes the auto-generated space). Words may be cycled through capitalisation by using the double-ended arrow key (left side of keyboard).

Only the alpha keyboard has vector capability (for obvious reasons). The numeric/symbol and special-symbol keyboards are provided for convenience.

FEEDBACK:

Please contact me if you are having problems with Scribble. I cannot help you if you just leave feedback saying it doesn't swipe! I assure you, it works as advertised and has been tested on several different devices and Android versions.

I'd appreciate it if you didn't score me down because you apparently can't start the app - you need to make Scribble your input device in your device settings before you can use it! Please read your device's manual or contact me.

Recent changes:
1.1.1

Bug fixes.

1.1

Fixed keyboard issues with various devices.

1.0.4:
Fixed clearing of buffer on restarting keyboard.
Fixed updating of candidate view on selection.
Fixed how a/i works after single tap input.

1.0.3:
Fixed cursor positioning after insertion within text.

1.0.2:
Minor change to how 'i' double-tap generation works.

1.0.1:
Fixed comma generation problem.
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A Google User
Jun 15, 2014
Horrible?!!!!!
A Google User
Jun 13, 2014
Sachin
A Google User
Jun 7, 2014
Awesome Your keyboard is the best, please add Spanish language
A Google User
Jun 4, 2014
This app messes with my other keyboard settings. Fix to work with original keyboard as a team plz
A Google User
May 23, 2014
Doesn't do anything upon installing