[dropcaps]Swiftkey is one of our personal, hands down, favorite keyboards. With its great theme market, fantastic autocorrect, and just overall great functionality, it’s easy to see why. Though it knows that not everyone has the same needs and all others, so today they are releasing a new keyboard that takes a different approach than its current offering, by introducing the Clarity keyboard.[/dropcaps]

Clarity is different from Swiftkey in one main way, the way that it autocorrects your words. While Swiftkey does so on a word-by-word basis, Clarity aims to correct entire phrases. Neat, huh. We thought so, so we headed over to Swiftkeys Greenhouse page and gave Clarity a trial run.

[blockquote author=”Swiftkey”]Clarity Keyboard Beta is an experimental keyboard offering a simple way to type, helping you to focus on what you’re writing and nothing else. [/blockquote]

While we found the idea to be interesting, at least in concept, we didn’t really find Clarity to be any different than Swiftkey. Words were corrected as they should be, so that was not the issue, we just didn’t find Clarity adding any new words or offering advice as to what words should be used instead. It should be noted howeverClairty is still in beta and will most likely remain so for the foreseeable future. At least until the keyboard gets some more data under its belt and can make more advances corrections to our phrases or sentences. It is still a nice looking keyboard with Swiftkey great autocorrect features, so if you need something simple that will get the job done, Clarity is still a worthy contender.

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