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Famous last words. 😄
To fool people into going to one and not the other.
Then why allow them in at all?
It's a generic warning. It's what can theoretically can happen, and there hasn't been a single proven case of any nefarious keylogging. I'm sure they've been thoroughly vetted by Apple so that they felt comfortable enough to allow them in the app store.
And what band would that be?
That's still not most everything. If you have uncommon names in your contact list then SwiftKey will learn them. It's all to improve the UX not to spy on the user. With the multitude of Android users using 3rd party keyboards for years any data breaches would've been discovered. Again I don't think Apple would've allowed these keyboards if there was a real life concern, and not a bunch of hypothetical what ifs.
They're not getting a copy of every single thing you type.http://swiftkey.com/en/privacy/
You obviously weren't paying attention. All this was discussed before. Missing from this article is the fact that when the user is typing sensitive information (CC numbers, and passwords) the system switches to the stock keyboard. I think Apple has thought this through, and wouldn't have allowed the keyboards if they weren't sure of a user's security in using one.
Seeing as how the whole iCloud thing happened without 3rd party keyboards, how bad could it get?
@drblank hasn't posted in 4 months. Can't believe he'd let the Beats acquisition affect him like that.
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