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AI keyboard.

(Topic created on: 28-01-2024 08:13 PM)
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Lazz21
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Love the new AI functions on the Samsung keyboard for checking spelling / grammar and changing writing style.
However I find the Samsung keyboard far inferior to Gboard and not sure the AI is worth putting up with the Samsung version.

I could swap between the two, at least until Google add the AI function but it would be nice to see the Samsung keyboard improve.

 It would be interesting to know other people's experience. For example, swipe typing is comparably terrible on Samsung keyboard but I'm relatively new to using it. Does it "learn" and get better with use?
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BandOfBrothers
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It should learn as you use the keyboard @Lazz21 


Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²⁴ Ultra 512Gb ~ Titanium Black.

The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "

GusB
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I actually prefer gboard
Lazz21
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I'll stick with it and see how it goes. Though even if that improves dramatically, there's still much I prefer about Gboard. Having said that, it may be a case of Gboard being more familiar to me.
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Piper123
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Samsung Keyboard is awful for text by swipe. GBoard far superior.
GoanGeek
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I have a preference for the Samsung keyboard and messaging app because of their simplicity and compatibility with the One UI. I find Google's user interface to be less visually appealing.

Additionally, I am enjoying the various chat styles that are available.
"WI-FI went down for five minutes, so I had to talk to my family.
They seem like nice people"
BandOfBrothers
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@Piper123 I'm sad to say I'm not very good with the swipe option 


Daily Driver > Samsung Galaxy s²⁴ Ultra 512Gb ~ Titanium Black.

The advice I offer is my own and does not represent Samsung’s position.
I'm here to help. " This is the way. "

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Juli3n
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I also prefrered Gbaord for yarers nad hvae been uisng taht utnil the S24, I'm tyipng wtih the sasnung kebyoard now!
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Juli3n
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Sorry, I had to. I love gboard but I'm giving samsung's keyboard a try. One thing I noticed is the vibration feedback is not as strong as I remembered.
Brandonoouah
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So I agree, Gboard is far superior when it comes to voice typing. It's incredibly accurate and fast compared to Samsung. However, I'm in India, and Gboard doesn't allow faster voice typing for some reason. So instead of doing all of these workarounds to get it working on my device, which requires not using Google Play services, I'm back on the Samsung keyboard. After the One UI 6.1 update, I had an idea the other day. I can use voice typing even if it makes mistakes like it's doing right now, and then before I send it, I can use the AI to fix all the errors. This has been a bit of a game-changer for me. I've been using it constantly for the past few days for work, and I communicate a lot on my phone via social media apps, messaging apps, and emails. This has been amazing.

 

So I just used the punctuation and grammar checker. And it pretty much did everything perfectly. The only downside is that the A.I. will not correct any wording that has any bad words in it like f$@# and it won't correct any wording if the amount of words is too long. So that's kind of a bummer. It says it can't work with this text because it may contain inappropriate wording.

 

So that's pretty cool that it can fix my voice to text, which gives me a lot more confidence to use voice detection more often on the Gboard. I could use it really fast and accurately, but it also wasn't doing the punctuation which I really do like.

 

Also, another thing that you can do is select text in an email or messaging app, or wherever it is, and you can edit that text as well. It doesn't just have to be text that you're currently writing.

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