Given how much I trust Microsoft and Windows 10 (I don't), needless to say I'm looking for an alternative keyboard for Android, preferably open source. Anyone have suggestions?
@HihiDanni yeah dunno. I use gboard (yeah I know) and in fear the other day I looked up how is privacy stacks up, and it turns out it *apparently doesn't actually keylog* which is what I was expecting TBH. If you use some features it does send them though.
@0x3F This is what I ended up doing as well. So far I haven't found a really comfortable replacement. I'd like to say the AOSP Keyboard but it removes the word you're typing from the center suggestion if you've fully typed it out which really throws me off (I hit the center prediction a lot)
@HihiDanni Another suggestion:
Multiling O Keyboard. It is very configurable and has extremely good handling of multiple languages, if that's a use case for you. Also it doesn't ask for any permissions and the developer is responsive and friendly.
The downside is its learning curve though - configuration isn't very intuitive.