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Discussion in 'Alternatives to iOS and iOS Devices' started by eclipse01, Nov 18, 2013.
Swiftkey has my vote
SwiftKey here too. When you make it smaller than default anyway.
Swiftkey, I have not found a keyboard than handles multi languages like it
Stock google 4.3 & 4.4 keyboards
Samsung Note 3 keyboard - which works very well especially for spen input.
I stopped using SwiftKey / Swype as I personally don't like them aesthetically and the layout for numbers and characters on either.
I thought the stock 4.3 google keyboard was pretty great. I wasn't able to try the 4.4 variant.
I use Swype on my phone and tablet. Hope to have a Moto X coming soon, we'll see what the keyboard on that looks like but may drop Swype on there too.
On my SGS3, I am currently using Swype. I love the new landscape split keyboard as I usually type in landscape. The auto-correct and text prediction is also very good. I am finding I type quite well on it compared to most other keyboards. I do occasionally type in portrait mode. I use the Swype gesture typing when typing in portrait. It is very easy to type one-handed this way. The gesture typing on Swype is better than any other keyboard I have tried by far.
I was using Kii keyboard for quite a while as my landscape keyboard. The 13-key landscape split keyboard is my favourite layout amongst all landscape keyboard. I find I can type in this layout better and with fewer keying errors than any other layout. Kii also has gesture typing, but unlike Swype, I cannot activate gesture typing in portrait only. Until recently, I used Kii as my landscape keyboard and Swype as my portrait keyboard. The inability to turn off gesture typing in landscape was the main reason I did not use Kii as my primary keyboard for both orientations. Once Swype came with a landscape layout that is similar to the Kii's 13-key split layout, I switched to Swype. Swype's auto-correct is also significantly better than Kii's.
I used to use SwiftKey as my keyboard. This was the first keyboard that I really liked for touch screens. I always preferred physical, landscape slider keyboards, but the industry has moved away from physical keyboards for the most part. SwiftKey's auto-correct/text prediction is simply better than any other keyboard I have tried. Swype has come close and Kii is a significant step behind. The reason I no longer use SwiftKey anymore is that I just hate the landscape layout. I find I make so many mistakes, especially hitting the space bar and shift key by accident. Keyboards in general cannot successfully auto-correct these types of keying errors. A better keyboard layout with a poorer auto-correct results in a better typing experience for me.
Stock Google keyboard on my Nexus 7.
On the GS4 it was Swype.
One the Nexus 7 it was Google Keyboard.
I have the note3 and the built in keyboard is very good. Don't feel the need to change.
Google keyboard for me.
I go back and forth between swiftkey and minuum.
Android Labs Keyboard, hands down.
They made small adjustments to swift key. Before the update, I always found myself scouring for the question mark, even though I knew it where it was.Things make sense now.
Kii and Swiftkey
Kii Keyboard by far with the ICS theme. Wasn't a fan of SwiftKey at all.
Kii Keyboard on the Nexus 5.
Samsungs stock keyboard on the Note 3.
I use and enjoy Kii.
I always used swiftkey, but since 4.4 I have been just fine with the stock google one.
Swiftkey on my Galaxy Nexus, Kii for my Nexus 7 because I need four keys.