BlackBerry KEYone includes a Keyboard app. The latest development is that the company has released an update for the app to provide support for swipe to type. If you look at the KEYone, it includes both physical and a virtual keyboard. Wit the installation of the update, you will be able to make use of Swipe to type on the physical keyboard.
According to reviewers, the swipe to type functionality introduced with the update is not accurate and smooth. However, the feature is a much-awaited addition to provide users a boost to work with the smartphone effectively. You will find the relevant option to activate the Swipe gestures in the Physical keyboard inside the Settings app.
If you install the update, it will also fix a bug related to Snapchat. The main reason is attributed to the fact that users are compelled to make use of the Virtual keyboard in apps. After the installation of the update, you will notice that you will be able to adjust settings within the camera app by using swipe gestures on the physical keyboard.
If you work with BlackBerry KEYone, you need to install the update since it adds a new feature useful for Android addicts. The update is rolled out via OTA. Hence, it will take few days for the update to hit your handset. You should also activate Wi-Fi and charge the phone up to 90 percent before proceeding to download the update.
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