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6 iOS keyboard hacks to make most out of it

6 iOS keyboard hacks to make most out of it
iPhone is one of the easiest Smartphone to use. It offers a wide range of option in a simple to use UI basically we can say that they have strong never-to-hang attitude, and the same can be said about its keyboard of iOS as well.

As iOS update the OS, it also updates the keyboard and adds some existing features. Today in this article we are going to talk about the 6 hacks which can help you get the maximum out of your iOS keyboard.

Trackpad Mode

Text browsing can prove to be quite a pain — the cursor will land at all places except for where you want. The 3D Touch trackpad feature, which made its debut with the iPhone 6S, makes text browsing fast and smooth.

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Capitalize Words with Ease

If you are not using this trick, then you most certainly should. Just tap on the caps key and slide your finger to the letter which you want to be capitalized. This trick is certainly must faster than enabling the caps lock and then typing the letter.


Shortcuts aka text replacements can come handy if you find yourself writing the same stuff over and over again. For instance, the address of your office or an abbreviation for a frequently used word. All you need to do is head over to keyboard settings and tap on Text Replacement.

Enter the abbreviations of your choice and save it. So the next time you have to use it, just type in the abbreviation and autocorrect will take care of the rest.

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Shake to Undo

Yeah, we all make mistakes and that holds true even when we type. Of course, a mistyped sentence can easily be wiped away by the backspace. But that would be too mainstream, right? After all, you are the owner of an iPhone.

Quick Currency Symbols

Looking for a particular currency symbol in the special character menu can be quite tricky. Often our eyes trick us in missing out the ones we seek.

A quick and easy way is to just tap and hold the $ symbol and the rest of the available currency symbols will be made available.
Voice Commands

iPhone sure seems to abide by the mantra of hands-free. And if you want to abide by the same mantra while you type, all you have to do is tap on the mic icon and dictate away.

What makes this feature absolutely brilliant is that you can insert periods, punctuation marks and even write sentences in caps.

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