Type phrases with a single tap
QuickKey is an iOS keyboard that replaces letters and numbers with pre-defined snippets. The app component enables you to define names, usernames, emails, addresses and favourites. These are then accessed in the keyboard by tapping the relevant icon and then the snippet itself.
Setup is straightforward, and you can import individual contact info to speed things along. Lists are always presented in alphabetical order, which is awkward if you have many; an exception is the favourites list, in which items can be manually reordered. In use, it’s fine, but nothing more. The app has potential to speed things along, but it awkwardly abbreviates addresses, has a delete key that ignores longpress, and comes with the associated general baggage of iOS third-party keyboards (that is, the overall system being quite clunky and unwieldy). It’s useful, but by no means essential. Craig Grannell
If you need a snippets keyboard, this one does the job fairly well, despite being a bit of a faff.