🤩 Smartphone Keyboard Apps: An Indian perspective!


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In this video I compare the Android versions of SwiftKey, Gboard and MessagEase, and the native iOS keyboard apps.

This is my first ever YouTube video. I had never shot a video clip with my interchangeable lens camera or edited any videos prior to this. Unfortunately, because of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic induced lockdown, I could not get myself a good microphone, so apologies for the poor voice quality.

Also, when I had first decided to do a video comparison on this topic, I had not really researched elaborately in advance, so there were a few niche features of these keyboard apps that I could discover only after shooting the main video with voice over, hence, there are few instances of conflicting information between what I speak and the displayed text.

I have also put in effort to include properly typed out captions, so please do try them.

In all, it took me 3 weeks to make this video from start to end.

*Tools used in this video*

1. Camera: Canon EOS M50 (https://amzn.to/3bsB7pl).
2. Lens: Canon EF50MM F/1.8 STM Lens (https://amzn.to/2Wq2wUM).
3. Phones: Huawei Mate 20 Pro (https://amzn.to/2WthbOW) and Apple iPhone SE (https://amzn.to/3fM7uD1).
4. Microphone: In-built microphone of 1MORE Triple Driver Earphone with Mic (https://amzn.to/35VkukX) *groan* – only for the microphone quality; earbuds are actually excellent for listening purpose.
5. Editing computer: Intel NUC -Core i7 -NUC7i7BNH Barebone (https://amzn.to/2SZsyMz) *double groan*.
6. Software programs: Adobe Lightroom Classic, Adobe Photoshop 2020, and Adobe Premiere Pro 2020.
7. Background music tracks: Created on Garage Band app on iPhone SE.

Finally, thanks again for watching and reading! 🙂

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