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Swiftkey X and Thumb Keyboard are still my favorite input keyboards. I could never get into the whole swipe thing. Swype is always on my list of system apps to uninstall when I flash a new ROM. To each his own though .. I know some people really like it.
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- 12-26-2011, 01:40 PM #14
For some reason I fall into the group of people here that seem to keep returning to the built-in Swype keyboard.
And I have purchased all of the major keyboard alternatives out there, but just keep returning to Swype.
So if anyone has figured out how to install the version offered directly from Swype (beta I guess), what are the steps you've taken to install it?
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- 12-26-2011, 02:51 PM #15
I was a huge swype fan, but there are so many little irritants about it, and forget going to their forums for help...
Tried TouchPal based on the recommendations in this thread, and I'm loving it. Some nuances to get used to compared to swype, but the similarities are great, and there are some improved features too.
swiping "that's" actually gets me "that's" on this keyboard, unlike swype giving me "Ghats" and "That'd" all the time
Just hope TouchPal adds themes...