Re: Android support?
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I would say though that targeting Android makes a lot of sense. The typing situation on that platform is a lot worse than on iOS, and custom keyboards have been the norm for a lot longer as well. I also suspect that the Android system allows custom keyboard developers to hook in functionality more easily (better APIs, for example) but I am not a developer for either platform.
There is definitely a market for an improved accessible Android typing experience. Don’t write the platform off just yet!
On 30 Jun 2018, at 03:30, Chuck Dean <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: