These days, you can use apps to track pretty much everything you want to know about yourself, from how many steps you’ve taken to how much money you spent during the holidays (ok, maybe even some things you don’t want to know). Today, we’re excited to bring our own special flavor of learning more about yourself to our beta on SwiftKey for Android – introducing: SwiftKey Stats!
You can already find out fun stats like how many typos you’ve corrected, how far you’ve flowed and more with SwiftKey. Today’s update to the beta brings new ways of looking at how you type in a bunch of fun new visualizations – and even better, you can share and compare (read: brag about) these stats with your friends with one easy click.
Born from an idea in one of our Innovation Weeks, SwiftKey Stats is a fun and interesting look at your typing habits – with both words and emoji. Here’s what you’ll find:
- Topics – 3-5 different subjects you type about the most. We created a bunch of fun, diverse categories to show you some of the topics you love to talk about – from Art & Design to Comics and everything inbetween.
- Top Emoji – the emoji you use most often. This is a cloud-like visualization of the emoji you use the most – the bigger the emoji in the ‘cloud’, the more you use it.
- Signature Emoji – the emoji you use more than other people. This emoji is generated by the emoji you overuse compared to the average (this is not the emoji you use most often).
- Vocabulary Size – how many words has SwiftKey learned from you? This number starts at zero when you install – find out how much your personal SwiftKey vocabulary has grown!
To get your hands on SwiftKey Stats, you need to sign into SwiftKey, which gives you access to a collection of features that makes SwiftKey smarter and more customized to your typing, among other features. Personalizing jumpstarts this learning process, which means your SwiftKey Stats will be full of info from the get go.
To start looking at your SwiftKey Stats now, head to the beta!
What’s your favorite SwiftKey Stat? Let us know on Twitter!
Eric & the SwiftKey team
Note: In order to access SwiftKey Stats on the beta, your phone must be running Android 4.4 and above and your phone must be set to an English locale.