Third-party keyboards are usually attractive, easier, slightly better than the stock keyboards, and maybe a little customized. When it comes to Apple products, third-party keyboards aren’t just working well with them. Somehow, Apple’s iOS stock keyboard is actually better than some of Android’s stock keyboards, but it’s always good to give users the choice to choose what keyboards that suits them. But the biggest dilemma Apple faces is that third-party keyboards are a little lethargic, and they want it to be less functional.
One of Apple’s famous third-party keyboard; Nintype has became very grand. Developers of Nintype has added some functions that has been visualized by users that would like in a keyboard. One of its blazing features makes the keyboard into a quick calculator when the users need it, something that would save them from switching or multi-tasking to the calculator app during a quick message to their friend. The idea is somewhat very useful, allowing the developers to picture how things should have work.
The developer behind this incredible Nintype keyboard, Jormy, reported that Apple has contacted him and requested him to remove the calculator feature from his keyboard app when the next update is taking place. The question is, why would Apple want something so useful to be disposed from the app? There are still some unclear rules in the Apple app policies, and these clearly blocks platform from taking steps over its competitors. Let us know what do you think about Apple trying to remove this particular key feature from Nintype?
Source: Pocket Now