How to Get the Best Reading Experience on Your Smartphone
By now, you’ve probably heard about Apple’s new Smart Keyboard, which is supposed to make reading easier on your phone.
The keyboard features an improved layout, a new design and some other cool features that you might not have noticed in the past.
But while you’re enjoying the new layout and new features, the Smart Keyboard also comes with a couple of issues that we’ve encountered while using it.
We’ll take a closer look at those issues in a future article.
So what’s the problem?
Well, the new SmartKeyboard is designed to work with iOS 10 and 11.
You can set up your keyboard in the Settings app, then tap the “Settings” icon in the top right corner.
This opens up a new page where you can tap the keyboard icon and then tap “Advanced settings.”
Here, you’ll find the “Keyboard” section.
There, you can customize the keyboard’s layout and even add keyboard shortcuts.
On the bottom, you will find the settings for the “Keys” section, which can be set to “Smart” for a more traditional keyboard layout, or to “Typing” for an extra type of keyboard.
The “Typings” setting lets you set up the keyboard to automatically type a phrase when you hover over the key, for example.
Here’s how to do that.
You can also set the keyboard in different ways.
Here are a few of our favorite ways to use the new keyboard:You can set the default text-to-speech settings to be on, which lets you type text with the keyboard on, and then switch to another key with the default settings.
You’ll need to tap on “Customize” to turn it on.
If you want to change the default layout of the keyboard, you could go into Settings, then click on the “General” section and select the “Layout” section (which looks like a circle with two dots in it).
From here, you need to scroll down to the “Customization” section where you’ll see three options: “Type” (which will allow you to type text directly into the keyboard), “Key” (to customize the layout and type the keys on your keyboard), and “Text” (the default setting for the keyboard).
Here’s how you change the layout of your keyboard.
Here’s the exact layout we found when using the SmartKeyboards settings.
As you can see, the layout is still quite traditional, but it’s now set to a more “typical” layout for your normal keys.
To change the keyboard settings, go to the Settings section, tap the key icon and select “General.”
Here you’ll need the keyboard option selected.
You will then need to change some settings.
If the settings are set correctly, you should now see a “Customizing” screen where you could also choose “Custom” for the text-in-speech setting, change the “Type/Key” setting to be off, and set the “Text/Keyboard settings” to be “Typed.”
This setting lets your keyboard layout be set as a text-only, no-keyboard layout, which we find works well.
When we change this setting, it will change the behavior of the Smart Keyboard, allowing for typing into the keys instead of typing directly into them.
Here is how you switch between these settings.
Here are the settings we used when we changed the text/keyboard settings.
The final setting, “Text,” allows you to set up a text message to be sent to you.
You may want to set this to “Custom.”
Here is how we changed these settings and how the SmartKeys layout changed.
Here is a screenshot of the “Typable” setting.
If all goes well, your phone should be configured to respond to voice commands from you.
But sometimes, you may find that the keyboard doesn’t respond at all.
You might need to switch to “Voice” mode to change this.
Here you can set this “Voice Mode” option to “on” or “off.”
Here are some screenshots of the settings that we found to be broken.
Here it is in “Voice mode.”
If you’re having trouble typing, or if you see this message, you might have set the voice-recognition settings too high.
That means that the text that you type into the Smartkeys keyboard will be recognized by the app.
To fix this, you have to adjust the settings again.
Here, we changed our settings to turn on “Voice recognition.”
This setting lets the Smartkeyboard recognize you when it hears your voice, allowing you to change your keyboard’s default settings and customize your keyboard even more.
Here we are when we switched to “Text mode.”
This was our first time using the new “Voice Typing” feature.
We had to adjust our settings, but we finally did get it working.
Here we are after we changed it to “Key.”
Here’s a screenshot showing us when the text input is off.