User Dictionary Plus Brings SwiftKey’s Personalization Feature To Google Keyboard
A new app on the Play Store – User Dictionary Plus – brings SwiftKey’s ‘Personalization’ feature to the stock Google keyboard, making it a much more viable alternative to all the third party keyboards out there.
The application is capable of importing words to the Google keyboard dictionary from Facebook, Twitter, Gmail, Whatsapp, and SMSes for a variety of languages to nearly all the supported languages.
Other features of the app include the ability to export the saved words into Android dictionary as well, thus saving you precious time and effort, whenever you decide to format your Android device. The app also supports other third party keyboards, but there are not many keyboards out there that don’t support this feature already.
The free version of User Dictionary Plus allows importing of words from Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and SMS with the option to import words from WhatsApp only being available in the paid version of the app. The developer also plans on adding support for import of words from Google Plus sometime down the time. The paid version of the app is currently on sale as well, which is a must buy if you want the additional features and want to show your support to the developer.