I like your Braille keyboard and your keyboard has something going for it that the other competitors don’t; and that is the fact that one does not need to do some sort of a calibration in order for the keyboard to be visible and secondly and most important of all, is that one doesn’t need to unload or suspend Talkback, which is the most beautiful thing going for the keyboard.
Thank you for including those who are like me, one handed. I have always loved braille keyboards when I used to use iOS, but unfortunately, until now, no one wanted to include those of who have disabilities in their hands. I have something called Hemiplegia, and so, therefore, I can't use a standard braille keyboard on phones such as *****, etc. So it is excellent to see someone including everyone.
Keep up the great work, and I look forward to the test builds and the next version.
I just wanted to publicly thank you for your great work. Monday I had a phone emergency where my phone's IMEI somehow completely disappeared from the system, so it could no longer get any network service at all, so I had to purchase the best phone at the lowest price I could find that wasn't total garbage. Unfortunately, this new phone is completely flat, so typing is a serious problem. However, thanks to SwiftBraille, I think I will eventually be able to use this phone much more effectively.