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Old May 7th, 2010, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone have any advice about the Better Keyboard app when used with the Incredible? I have read in a few places that the letters and numbers are even smaller than the stock 2.1 keyboard when used with the Incredible. I am not happy with the stock keyboard because the fonts on the keys are small and difficult for me to read, the spacing is also cramped. Thanks.

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Use Swype, it's a better keyboard app than the Better Keyboard app.

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Does anyone have any advice about the Better Keyboard app when used with the Incredible? I have read in a few places that the letters and numbers are even smaller than the stock 2.1 keyboard when used with the Incredible. I am not happy with the stock keyboard because the fonts on the keys are small and difficult for me to read, the spacing is also cramped. Thanks.
I'm coming from Omnia (winmo) and i used several there, finally selected 2, spb and resco, best for me with short fat fingers.
So i was very happy to find a free app, thickbuttons for android, yes i have the swype beta but really don't txt enough to need it.
ThickButtons: finger text input for touchsreen smartphones
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Have gone with Smart keyboared Pro. Didn't like swype on android. Seemed a little better on OmniaII with windows, but like this Smart better. Don't think the spacing is different, rather I got it cause it has alot of setting preferences and AUTO SPACE which is the main reason I looked for it.
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