Cussing might not be a really bad thing especially in this generation with loads of trolls online and maybe some of your buddies got you pissed or you’re just trying to get some really mean words across to someone outside your circle.
And since iPhone Keyboards wouldn’t allow that so much, it could be hard to quickly swipe out some cuss to those enemies you’re trying to create for yourself. What I’m trying to say is that whenever you’re trying to swear, the native iPhone keyboard would auto-correct your words believing you’re making some mistakes…which you’re obviously not making. Unless you’re using a third-party keyboard that you can easily train or tune to your very own style.
I’ve been trying to get iOS 13’s swipe-based Slide to Type keyboard to let me use as much profanity as I want. Here’s where I’ve had the most success:
1. First of all, open the Settings application and then.
2. Select General from the list of Settings options.
3. Next, tap on Keyboard.
4. Tap on Text Replacement and then the + button.
5. Enter your word of choice in the phrase field and tap Save.
6. Create as many text shortcuts as you want or need.
After creating a text shortcut, you should be able to swear with a swipe….Just like that. So whatever ypu’d like to enter in there, you can simply enter as many words as possible. Someone like me could spew out vulgarity many times in a single phrase. If you’re like me, then you’ve got it with the new iOS 13 keyboard feature which allows you to quickly swipe-type cuss and swear for people.
Another thing is that the keyboard utilizes some AI features in it making it to recognize your texts and so next time you try to send some cuss to someone, if the first couple of times failed to load well, it would note the regularity of the usage of those “Custom-words” and then use them or at least bring them to suggestion for easy usage or just Tap on the word which tells the OS to enter the words which in turn teaches your smartphone to cuss like you want.
The fluidity of the Custom words isn’t yet perfected probably because of the status of the iOS 13 which is still in a Beta release. We hope this would be perfected by the time it’s released as a production software even though Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
You can install iOS 13 now if you want to check out all of the new features — such as a dark mode, blocking unknown callers, and new photo and editing tools — but these features are still very much in the developmental stage making them buggy. A stable release would be soon as we all await on Apple and the next iPhone 11.