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Re: Watch app

Chuck Dean
 

Hello,
I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.☹️

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:

How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 




Re: Watch app

Paula Page
 

But it would be great not to have to dictate a short message sometimes, I’m looking forward to if the app can be developed for the watch successfully

Paula !

On 8 Oct 2018, at 17:14, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.
That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.
 
Regards,
Sieghard
 
From: hello@flicktype.groups.io<hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app
 
Hello,
Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.☹️
 
He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.
 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:

How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken
 
 





Re: Watch app

 

I guess if you have an Apple Watch with cellular you may occasionally have only the watch and not your phone, but really how often do people leave their phones at home. Then of course there is the issue regarding that urge that one always has to look at an incoming email or text and reply. I don’t know how old you are, Chuck, but I’m 51 and grew up in a time when back in Germany we had a relatively large house on our farm where 4 generations of the family lived together and we had a landline with 1 single rotary phone in the entire house, later on (probably in the 80’s) my parents had an extension in the bedroom, but there was no answering machine or anything like that so if somebody called and nobody was there to answer then they would just have to call back. I more and more find it refreshing to leave my phone in the bedroom when my wife and I have breakfast or dinner or to simply ignore an incoming call while we eat and if I receive an email or text and I can’t reply just in that moment then so be it, the world goes on.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 11:19 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:


How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 





Re: Watch app

JP Shandra
 

This would be welcome for quick response to text, or jot a quick idea, or note. I would use phone for long email. As for dictation, there’s scenarios when not comfortable using that method. 
Best,
JP

On Oct 8, 2018, at 11:19 AM, Chuck Dean <cadean329@...> wrote:

Hello,
I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.☹️

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:

How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 




Re: Watch app

Tyler Wood
 

Hi,

This isn't only for writing long emails. How can one input a password to a wireless network? If I know there's wireless network at a friends house and I don't want to bring my phone, especially now that the watch has background audio apps like audible, outcast, etc, I can leave it at home. It would be slow, more than likely, but doable. And what if dictation just refuses to get a word added properly? It won't let you delete that last word. It has to be the entire thing all at once, so I'd have to dictate all over again. That's probably my biggest pet peeve. Of course, I could be doing something very wrong.


On 08-Oct-2018 11:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.☹️

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:

How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 





Re: Watch app

Chuck Dean
 

Hello,
I am 65, and like you I remember those old days when I would pick up the receiver and hear the operator say, number, please.

But I do a lot of day trading, something I couldn't do before the iPhone, and I fine a need to be in constant communication to stay one step ahead.😎

I just thought of another reason to have flicktype on my Apple Watch... Its a cool new gadget, that even my fat cat sighted friends won't have.👍  

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 8, 2018, at 12:28 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

I guess if you have an Apple Watch with cellular you may occasionally have only the watch and not your phone, but really how often do people leave their phones at home. Then of course there is the issue regarding that urge that one always has to look at an incoming email or text and reply. I don’t know how old you are, Chuck, but I’m 51 and grew up in a time when back in Germany we had a relatively large house on our farm where 4 generations of the family lived together and we had a landline with 1 single rotary phone in the entire house, later on (probably in the 80’s) my parents had an extension in the bedroom, but there was no answering machine or anything like that so if somebody called and nobody was there to answer then they would just have to call back. I more and more find it refreshing to leave my phone in the bedroom when my wife and I have breakfast or dinner or to simply ignore an incoming call while we eat and if I receive an email or text and I can’t reply just in that moment then so be it, the world goes on.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 11:19 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:


How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 





Re: Watch app

 

Ah, but in Germany we never had such a thing as an operator, at least not since the 70’s when I can remember using a phone. Also I now know the problem, you are much older than me and probably starting to be a little funny/senile *grin*

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 2:47 PM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I am 65, and like you I remember those old days when I would pick up the receiver and hear the operator say, number, please.

 

But I do a lot of day trading, something I couldn't do before the iPhone, and I fine a need to be in constant communication to stay one step ahead.😎

 

I just thought of another reason to have flicktype on my Apple Watch... Its a cool new gadget, that even my fat cat sighted friends won't have.👍  

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 12:28 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

I guess if you have an Apple Watch with cellular you may occasionally have only the watch and not your phone, but really how often do people leave their phones at home. Then of course there is the issue regarding that urge that one always has to look at an incoming email or text and reply. I don’t know how old you are, Chuck, but I’m 51 and grew up in a time when back in Germany we had a relatively large house on our farm where 4 generations of the family lived together and we had a landline with 1 single rotary phone in the entire house, later on (probably in the 80’s) my parents had an extension in the bedroom, but there was no answering machine or anything like that so if somebody called and nobody was there to answer then they would just have to call back. I more and more find it refreshing to leave my phone in the bedroom when my wife and I have breakfast or dinner or to simply ignore an incoming call while we eat and if I receive an email or text and I can’t reply just in that moment then so be it, the world goes on.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 11:19 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:



How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 






New line

leonard morris
 

How do you invoke a New line in your text with Flick Type?

Every country has an identity, history, custom, and culture. It’s a unique landscape in determining how its people Live, work, and play.

Re: New line

Chuck Dean
 

Hello
Two ways to invoke a new line with flicktype,
Do a short swipe right and hold,
Or find the return button in the lower right hand corner of the keyboard.
I hope this helps. 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 8, 2018, at 4:21 PM, leonard morris <lmorris1953@...> wrote:

How do you invoke a New line in your text with Flick Type?

Every country has an identity, history, custom, and culture. It’s a unique landscape in determining how its people Live, work, and play.


Re: Watch app

Chuck Dean
 

Hello sieghard,
I was just playing with the fliktype keyboard for the Apple Watch.I think the watch keyboard has some real potential. I was actually shocked how well it typed. Amazing it can differentiate the different taps on such a tiny screen.😎  
 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 8, 2018, at 3:44 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Ah, but in Germany we never had such a thing as an operator, at least not since the 70’s when I can remember using a phone. Also I now know the problem, you are much older than me and probably starting to be a little funny/senile *grin*

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 2:47 PM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I am 65, and like you I remember those old days when I would pick up the receiver and hear the operator say, number, please.

 

But I do a lot of day trading, something I couldn't do before the iPhone, and I fine a need to be in constant communication to stay one step ahead.😎

 

I just thought of another reason to have flicktype on my Apple Watch... Its a cool new gadget, that even my fat cat sighted friends won't have.👍  

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 12:28 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

I guess if you have an Apple Watch with cellular you may occasionally have only the watch and not your phone, but really how often do people leave their phones at home. Then of course there is the issue regarding that urge that one always has to look at an incoming email or text and reply. I don’t know how old you are, Chuck, but I’m 51 and grew up in a time when back in Germany we had a relatively large house on our farm where 4 generations of the family lived together and we had a landline with 1 single rotary phone in the entire house, later on (probably in the 80’s) my parents had an extension in the bedroom, but there was no answering machine or anything like that so if somebody called and nobody was there to answer then they would just have to call back. I more and more find it refreshing to leave my phone in the bedroom when my wife and I have breakfast or dinner or to simply ignore an incoming call while we eat and if I receive an email or text and I can’t reply just in that moment then so be it, the world goes on.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 11:19 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:



How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 






Apple Watch app?

Jessica D
 

Hi,
I’ve been hearing a ton of chatter about an Apple Watch version of Flicktype.

Can I test it?

Thanks,
Jessica

Re: Apple Watch app?

Chuck Dean
 

Hello Jessica,

The flicktype keyboard for Apple Watch is highly experimental and has only been released to a few alpha testers. Its not yet refined and it really can not be used for anything because the Apple Watch does not support any type of keyboards at all.😎

You may want to wait, I am sure kosta will have this thing licked in a very short time.👍  

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 9, 2018, at 1:24 PM, Jessica D <jldail13@...> wrote:

Hi,
I’ve been hearing a ton of chatter about an Apple Watch version of Flicktype.

Can I test it?

Thanks,
Jessica




Re: Apple Watch app?

Callum Stoneman
 

How would FlickType for Apple Watch work? It certainly sounds interesting, but I assumed the reason there's no keyboard on the Apple Watch is because there isn't enough room on the screen.

Re: Apple Watch app?

Chuck Dean
 

Hello,
You are correct, the small screen would make typing impossible with almost any keyboard because the key selection would have to be so precise, but with flicktype only the pattern of the key location is needed for the keyboard to recognize the word. So only FlickType will work on the watch.
I tried an early experimental version of the FlickType keyboard for the apple watch, and I was amazed how well I could type with it! Of courts, there is nothing that I could use the text for, the watch does not support text input, but there is Potential for a container type app that could export text.😎

Keep your fingers crossed. 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 10, 2018, at 7:20 AM, Callum Stoneman via Groups.Io <cal.stoneman@...> wrote:

How would FlickType for Apple Watch work? It certainly sounds interesting, but I assumed the reason there's no keyboard on the Apple Watch is because there isn't enough room on the screen.

Re: Watch app

Eileen Misrahi
 

Hi Chuck,

I know this is relatively new, so what issues do you think may make using Flicktype on the watch difficult? Only have had my first watch for a short time. Thought of pudding the beta on the watch. Any thoughts on doing it?

Thanks for your advice.

Best,
Eileen

Re: Watch app

Chuck Dean
 

Hello,
At this time there is nothing you can do with a keyboard on the Ample Watch, so there is no reason to install it.

Kosta send out an experimental keyboard only to see if people could actually type with it, which I could.
Now he needs to develop an app which could take the text and export it to other Apple Watch apps.

I am sure kosta will figure something soon.😎 Apple 

Chuck (mobile)
Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.


On Oct 10, 2018, at 8:42 AM, Eileen Misrahi <eileen.misrahi@...> wrote:

Hi Chuck,

I know this is relatively new, so what issues do you think may make using Flicktype on the watch difficult? Only have had my first watch for a short time. Thought of pudding the beta on the watch. Any thoughts on doing it?

Thanks for your advice.

Best,
Eileen



Re: Watch app

Jessica D
 

Hi,

 

How did you get access to it?

 

I’m on the beta, but never got a notification.

 

Thanks,

Jessica

 

 

Sent from Mail for Windows 10

 

From: Chuck Dean
Sent: Tuesday, October 9, 2018 11:48 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello sieghard,

I was just playing with the fliktype keyboard for the Apple Watch.I think the watch keyboard has some real potential. I was actually shocked how well it typed. Amazing it can differentiate the different taps on such a tiny screen.😎  

 

Chuck (mobile)

Pleez x cuze enny tie ping or spelin air ores.

 


On Oct 8, 2018, at 3:44 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Ah, but in Germany we never had such a thing as an operator, at least not since the 70’s when I can remember using a phone. Also I now know the problem, you are much older than me and probably starting to be a little funny/senile *grin*

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 2:47 PM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I am 65, and like you I remember those old days when I would pick up the receiver and hear the operator say, number, please.

 

But I do a lot of day trading, something I couldn't do before the iPhone, and I fine a need to be in constant communication to stay one step ahead.😎

 

I just thought of another reason to have flicktype on my Apple Watch... Its a cool new gadget, that even my fat cat sighted friends won't have.👍  

Chuck (mobile)

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On Oct 8, 2018, at 12:28 PM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

I guess if you have an Apple Watch with cellular you may occasionally have only the watch and not your phone, but really how often do people leave their phones at home. Then of course there is the issue regarding that urge that one always has to look at an incoming email or text and reply. I don’t know how old you are, Chuck, but I’m 51 and grew up in a time when back in Germany we had a relatively large house on our farm where 4 generations of the family lived together and we had a landline with 1 single rotary phone in the entire house, later on (probably in the 80’s) my parents had an extension in the bedroom, but there was no answering machine or anything like that so if somebody called and nobody was there to answer then they would just have to call back. I more and more find it refreshing to leave my phone in the bedroom when my wife and I have breakfast or dinner or to simply ignore an incoming call while we eat and if I receive an email or text and I can’t reply just in that moment then so be it, the world goes on.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 11:19 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

I doubt I would ever write a long email on the FlickType watch app, but there have been some times when I needed to reply to a message or email and did not feel comfortable dictating my response in public. 

Chuck (mobile)

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On Oct 8, 2018, at 9:14 AM, Sieghard Weitzel <sieghard@...> wrote:

Good luck, Kosta, but for me there are things which make sense and things which don’t make sense and I’m sorry to say that a keyboard for a tiny screen like the Apple Watch doesn’t make sense to me.

That is what dictation is for, but then again I’m open to being surprised although I just can;’t see myself writing a long email to somebody using my Apple Watch.

 

Regards,

Sieghard

 

From: hello@flicktype.groups.io <hello@flicktype.groups.io> On Behalf Of Chuck Dean
Sent: Monday, October 8, 2018 8:50 AM
To: hello@flicktype.groups.io
Subject: Re: [FlickType] Watch app

 

Hello,

Kosta is working on a highly experimental watch app, that at this time actually can not do anything because the watch does not support any type of keyboards.

 

He is looking for work arounds and hopes to develop the first keyboard for the visually impaired to be used on the apple watch!

I assume it will work like the demo version of flicktype where we will type in text and then export it to other apps, which will work fine for me.😎 

Chuck (mobile)

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On Oct 8, 2018, at 8:38 AM, Tyler Wood <tcwood12@...> wrote:

Hold up, what app for the apple watch?

If there is an actual keyboard this is going to be a life changer for me. Wow!



On 08-Oct-2018 10:33 AM, Ken Clarkg wrote:




How do you get that new app for the Apple Watch where you get it thank you Ken

 

 







 

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Harry Bell
 

I do have a series 4 watch, but when i followed the link from your email to go to the poll, keychain logged me in but the site told me im not subscribed with that email address! Too complicated, i give up. 
Harry

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Jean-Philippe Rykiel
 

Harry, it's not that hard.

Click on the link that says  send me a link to login and you will be done.

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Le 13/10/2018 à 08:57, Harry Bell via Groups.Io a écrit :

I do have a series 4 watch, but when i followed the link from your email to go to the poll, keychain logged me in but the site told me im not subscribed with that email address! Too complicated, i give up. 
Harry

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