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Re: Do I need Swift key with a Nexus 7 keyboard?
Do you need SwiftKey , no. Should you want to it, YES! I have been a SwiftKey user for quite some time. I have used the free and paid versions on 5 different phones and I have never regretted buying it once. I have always used their betas to see what more can be done and help weed out the bugs. Yes I paid a second time for the tablet version on my N7 and worth it.
There is a plethora of keyboard variations apps available. I have tried most. The 2 I have found most intuitive and functional is Swype and SwiftKey. In fact Swype is now on the Google Play so you can purchase the newest version and updates their. Previously you had to have a phone pre installed with it or be in their Beta program. SwiftKey was the first predictions enabled keyboard that worked for me. I purchased it after using their free version a week. SwiftKey has options to auto correct or choose corrections. SwiftKey Flow now has a "swyping" feature too called flow. It is very close to Swype but the ability to do typing or flowing in the same sentence adds a huge advantage for the user. Another option SwiftKey has is different size keyboards. You can make then shorter so it take up less screen area. I use small on my SG3 and Nexus 7. I like on the tablet version if you hold it horizontal you have a choice of the keyboard being normal or "splitting" in half to type with 2 thumbs. I can go on and on about each but what is it you want it to do?
Both will have various times that their prices will drop to 99 cents or less, but if you can do it get them now.
I have both and sometimes I just switch to be different. Swype is great but SwiftKey easily beats out any competition with all the extras and customization.
Try free version so and go from there.
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