Makes perfect sense to me.
With Google Assistant you can speak your texts. Voice to text is very accurate for most things.
In checkers, you have to think before you make a move.
We grew up typing on a qwerty keyboard, not poking with thumbs.
I went from about 30 wpm after high school typing class to about 110 wpm after several years of writing queries into a b-trieve database. Sometimes a single query would take a complete screen’s worth of typing and if you made a mistake, you had to do it all over again.
When you skip over half the letters, don’t care about the spelling and forget punctuation its easy.
Kids today save a lot of time by not bothering with spelling, grammar, complete sentences, common sense,…
Judging by her looks, she grew up playing video games, too.
Use the crown emoji to king yourself when you finish a text.
I grew up playing pinball machines.
Checkers was available on Intellivision so it counts as a video game.
That’s why I voice dictate.
Reacting vs thinking.
I just use my new Apple Brain Blast Bluetooth connection. I think, it types.
Of late I have been playing checkers with my eldest grandson (8 years old) via Zoom; haven’t won him away from Fortnite yet, but I’m making progress – most nights he calls and asks to play.
I can type pretty fast on a keyboard, but I am really slow texting with my thumbs. My wife is much faster than I am.