BlackBerry KEYone How To Videos: Enable Type Swiping Gestures
The BlackBerry KEYone, has had an excellent first few months with positive reviews and strong sales.
Popularised a few years ago by the app Swype, swipe typing has become commonplace. You’ll now find the technology integrated into many software keyboards both on Android and iOS.
But what about the physical keyboard on the KEYone? Well believe it or not, you can enable swipe typing here too. Our previous post goes through enabling this.
As well as typing, you can also use gestures during the typing process. With this feature switched on, a quick slide to the left (cha-cha real smooth) will delete the word behind the cursor. You can also flick upwards to add in the next suggested word, rather than reaching up to tap it on the screen.
BlackBerry KEYone – Enable Type Swiping Gestures
This video, along with others, is available on the official BlackBerry Mobile YouTube channel. Included are a number of shorts that focus on key features of the BlackBerry KEYone.
Today we take a look at how to enable the swipe typing gestures on the KEYone keyboard:
BlackBerry KEYone Main Features
- Android 7.0 Nougat OS, with guaranteed monthly security patches
- 4.5” scratch-resistant touch screen display
- 4-row QWERTY keyboard with integrated swipe navigation and touch gestures
- Fingerprint sensor embedded in space button
- Programmable convenience key (launch dedicated apps)
- 2 GHz octa-core Snapdragon 650 with excellent power efficiency
- 32GB internal storage / 3GB RAM
- MicroSD memory card slot
- 12MP main camera with Sony sensor, Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF) and large 1.55 micron pixels
- 8MP front camera with flash
- BlackBerry security software
- USB Type-C connector
- GPS / Dual band Wi-Fi / 4G LTE / Bluetooth 4.2