From version to version of iOS you will find that devices look a lot different. However, if you start to look below the surface, you will be quite surprised to find that there is a lot that has been left alone and will look exactly the same. Thanks in part to developers that love to fix things, the jailbreak community has seen a variety of tweaks that fix or make the iOS work or look better. Where Apple is often the company that leads in creating new features, a third party has developed a tweak that works both on the BlackBerry and an iOS device. The feature is known as the Octopus Keyboard. This keyboard allows you to input word using swipe gestures.
Let’s take a closer look at this tweak. It will unlike what you might find when looking at other keyboard features that involve the replacement of the original keyboard, the Octopus Keyboard fits directly above the top the the standard native keyboard and fits with the keyboard of your iPhone. The way it works is through the recognition of a word that it thinks the user might wish to use and then displays it above certain keys on the display screen. If the word is correct, tap and vertically swipe and the word is inserted into the text field.
You as the user can add words to the keyboard or you can download the iOS dictionary that will sit in the background. The addition of the dictionary allows the keyboard to do a better job at predicting the correct work that the user might want to use. The more that you use Octopus Keyboard, the greater ability that the correct options will be produced.
Now that you know a little more about it, you are probably wondering where and how you can get it. It can be found at http://k3a.me/c and soon will be available on the BigBoss repository. It is important to know that you must get a license which will cost you $4.99.