Is anyone else using better keyboard? I just downloaded it a few minutes ago, and it seems to work brilliantly, I'm using the dark grey skin, and using the regular QWERTY both landscape and portrait. I tried using T9 in portrait, because I used to be able to type extremely fast on that thing, but I guess I'm too far removed from that format now... Anyways, has anyone been using it a while now that can shed some light on things that may not work so well before my refund period expires? haha.
I prefer smartkeyboard, has full multitouch support, which better keyboard doesnt yet
posted from my Motorola Droid using dolphin web browser featuring pinch and zoom. This phone has already replaced a majority of my computer use, when flash comes my PC will idle 99% of time. ------
Hmm I'll have to look at that one too, any one having trouble with better keyboard remembering words? I tried to convince it to remember some choice obscenities that I use too frequently, and even after i long pressed the word in the autocorrect area right above the keyboard till it said saved, AND downloaded the user dictionary and added them there, it still wouldn't use them, even though I read soemwhere that it would use user dictionary words first...
Edit: It won't even recognize let alone remember Haha Thats my most commonly used phase :-P
Last edited by hazeof3dd; January 31st, 2010 at 12:52 PM.
Just tried Swype, its pretty cool, and much more accurate than I expected, but the lack of ability to swype custom words makes it not so attractive to me... I left it installed and may play around with it some more, but for now I'm sticking with better keyboard, I like it.
Hope you don't mine my posting a question that is not betterykeyboard-specific; what made you move away from the stock keyboard in the Eris to begin with?
I don't mind, thats a good question! Haha! Honestly, it was the added customization and the fact that if it wasn't that much better, I could return it within 24 hours. I also wanted to see how well the T9 worked, but in the end, I find the normal portrait QWERTY to be easier to use at this point, and I found the better keyboard to be slightly more accurate than the stock keyboard.
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