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Old September 14th, 2012, 12:18 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default 2 iPhone things I like. Are there Android Apps???

The 2 things I like are:

Slide lock on the iPhone and the .com button when typing vs. having to hit all 4 buttons. I couldn't find anything but maybe I'm missing it.

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There are numerous lockscreen/locker apps and keyboards on googleplay.
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The 2 things I like are.
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WidgetLocker and SwiftKey.

Personally I hate the .com button though! I prefer a consistent keyboard layout to one that changes by context, but haven't managed to persuade the SwiftKey developers. Just goes to show how people's preferences differ I guess?

The good thing with android is that you have choices in these things
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The 2 things I like are:
there's no two things for me its everything to me lol
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Several keyboards have a '.com' button. But it's only useful occasionally to me - as I'm in the UK why don't they do a '.co.uk' button .... ?

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Yes and yes.
Those features have been around for quite some time.
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Great! Thanks everyone. I appreciate it!
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WidgetLocker and SwiftKey.

Personally I hate the .com button though! I prefer a consistent keyboard layout to one that changes by context, but haven't managed to persuade the SwiftKey developers. Just goes to show how people's preferences differ I guess?

The good thing with android is that you have choices in these things
Do you happen to know if the swift key has the .com feature. Looking at all the screenshots, I don't see it?
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Do you happen to know if the swift key has the .com feature. Looking at all the screenshots, I don't see it?
It's context dependent. If you enter a url in a browser it is there, if you are writing a text it is not.
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