swiftkey x beta

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    Senior Member bourne's Avatar
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    swiftkey x beta

    anyone given this a try?
    Was wondering how you found it compared to Swype or any other keyboards you've used?
    Swiftkey X Beta
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    I used Swiftkey for a while, but didn't like the predictive ability - I just never seemed as good as the stock keyboard. Kept learning things I didn't want it to learn (errors), and then feeding them back to me. I them switched to Swype, and I love it - much better for a lazy ass like me! xD

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    Tried it for a while but it kept FCing. I might have played around, reinstalled whatever, but I'm happy with Smart Keyboard Pro.

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    I was using smart keyboard pro as well until I managed to get myself signed up for the Swype beta testing.

    I like Swype overall I must say. There are just some things that tick me off about it from time to time. Specially when trying to do words like "don't" or "wouldn't". Basically anything with an apostrophe in it I neeever get on the first attempt. Also smaller words like "is" and "it" I have a hard time with as well. But overall its been a great keyboard.

    I was just curious what you guys thought!

    Thanks for the feedback
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    I've found that if you actually swype through the apostrophe key, then it really helps...

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    you just blew my mind danger-rat not even going to lie...

    I never even thought to try that

    I just tried it though and it works like a champ...

    I guess I should re-read their instructions
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    swiftkey is better than swype and froyo keyboard. gingerbread keyboard is now better than swiftkey. i havent used swiftkey ever since gingerbread was installed.

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    No way, Swiftkey still, at least in my opinion, far better then any build of the stock keyboard, and blows swipe away. I just upgraded to Swiftkey X but have not had time to make up my mind about it. Voice recognition is even better then stock. Stock almost never gets what I say, Swiftkey has like 80% accuracy.

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