Best alternative Android keyboards?
ehtan 1 year ago
I fought against giving up my physical keyboard for a long time, but there just aren't many (any?) top tier Android phones with physical keyboards anymore so now I'm trying to find the best keyboard for touchscreens. I've tried the stock ICS Android keyboard, which works ok, I guess, but I'm much slower on it than I was on my old slider. I also gave Swype a try, and it looks like it might be fast after I get used to typing by sliding my finger around. I saw an article about Snapkeys, which uses only 4 keys and predictive text - it looks weird but interesting. Has anyone found an Android keyboard that is significantly better than the others?
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