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Re: Third party keyboard apps
My 1st Android was a Droid X , then X2 (refurb), Droid Inc 2 (refurb), a Samsung GS3. I also have the Nexus 7 32G.
Originally Posted by KsilverFlagger
I have tried each most the stock keyboard, Skype, SwiftKey, A.I., SlideIT , Thumb Keyboard, and a few others I forget.
Simply if you want option more than the newest stock versions you have to make a choice. My opinion is SwiftKey is a stellar option. The paid version goes on sale so frequently you use the free until it goes on sale. Each keyboard has its own tricks. SwiftKey let's you use it just like a normal keyboard or you can enhance the layout or shrink the keyboard or use Flow to be similar to Swype.
The most important is stick with the KNOWN reliable products. Wait I have to put on my aluminum foil hat. Whatever you type on your keyboard goes up into the clouds and a response comes back. Tinfoil hat thrown away. You can't go wrong with h most of the ones I named. Top 3 SwiftKey, Swype, Google Keyboard. Try free versions 1st then make a choice of what works for you not for me.
If you look at my screen shoots it shows the options SwiftKey has for just keyboard layouts. That is just 1 pieces of it without going into it's word predictions and so many more enhancements. But look and choose for yourself.
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