How does the default LTE keyboard compare to Swift Key?
I used Swype on my original Evo, but now I want to try using the regular keyboard for a while. I'm wondering how the LTE default keyboard compares to SwiftKey.
Also, I notice that the default keyboard auto-correct doesn't seem to work when typing in the subject of this post, and double tapping to select words doesn't work on this text box either. Any reason for that?
to me, they are most def different. swipe is dragging your finger to make a word while the keyboard is a keyboard. Swipe is nice and if you use to using it, it might be hard to go back to keyboarding. but for me, ive always used the keyboard over swipe just because i know i can turn the phone horizontal and go ham
I use swiftkey on my tab and phone. I probably couldn't live without it, agree with marc! Swiftkey just makes everything smoother and easier. Not to mention totally customizable. I always find myself swiping right to left on other people's phones and then I realize wait?! You don't have swiftkey? Lol
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Thanks. For 99 cents I decided to give it a try, and so far I am extremely impressed. Very much worth it!
It pays for itself honestly. If you have a tablet its almost a necessity. There is an option which breaks the keyboard in "tablet mode" ill call it, which makes it so much easier to hold it with both hands in landscape mode and type.
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