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Old July 12th, 2010, 09:03 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Swype here as well. I'd delete the stock keyboard if I could.
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Search is over. Swype.

I can't think of a better keyboard. You won't use landscape very much.
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I use the xda one. Wish I could find one I like with a send button on the landscape keyboard. I don't like having to hit back to send or menu to send.
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Swype, it's awesome
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stock with all the predictive stuff turned off.
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Y do u guys like swype? I couldn't get used to drawing lines to type...I tried a previous ver....does the new swype have speech to text button like stock?

I tried "better keyboard" but that's horrible also ....crazy lag

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Smart Keyboard Pro and swype, just depends on what I am doing.

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Swype. It took me a few days to get used to it, but I am faster now than I ever was before on a peck keyboard. It isn't perfect, like someone said, there is no voice to text button, but I never used the feature all that much.
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I'm torn between Swype and the Droid X keyboard. The Droid keyboard is really good for traditional typing, but I hate that it doesn't auto-capitalize or have a full-word delete when you hold down the delete button (as far as I can tell). Swype is great also, but I find myself going back to the Droid keyboard. I guess the good thing is that we have a choice
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Stock or Droid X. I tried Swype but i just couldnt get used to it. I used it almost exclusively for a week but just wasnt for me. I type very fast on the Droid X
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First tried Swype, couldn't get used to it. Bought Better Keyboard & liked it but didn't LOVE it. Swype went "open" beta, so I tried it again, and now I love it.
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Y do u guys like swype? I couldn't get used to drawing lines to type...I tried a previous ver....does the new swype have speech to text button like stock?
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I like it 'cause it's just so much faster than pecking at the keys. It doesn't seem like it mid-swype, but when i'm done entering text it surely didn't take as long (i'm not a slow txter on regular keyboards either). I do have to peck the keys in swype sometimes when i make a mistake, but that's with any keyboard. It took me a week or so to get used to it, and i'm still not that great one-handed but that's more of a screen-size issue than a keyboard issue.

Plus, others have a good time trying it out on my phone too, kinda party trick thing
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How do you get swype? I didn't see it on the market.
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Been using swype for about a month, although I've recently switched to the DroidX keyboard which is fantastic (multi-touch, speech to text)
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How do you get swype? I didn't see it on the market.
It's beta invite only, but you can sign up here:

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I mostly use swype. I just wish they add a button for voice to text. When i'm in the car I usually switch keyboards to stock so if i need to do anything i can do it safer by using voice to text.
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Droid X Multi Touch Keyboard. Used Swype for a month, then switched to Droid X's MT KB

http://www.androidguys.com/2010/06/25/droid-xs-multitouch-keyboard-ported-21-phones/
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How do you get swype? I didn't see it on the market.
I had to search googles for it, i don't think mine's a beta version but for all i know it could stop in a week or two.

I tried the Droid X keyboard a few times and made more mistakes with it vs swype. I'm also not a big speech-to-text person, so not having that ability in swype doesn't bother me.
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+1 Droid X kb....if they could only fix the lag in the browsers, this keyboard would be perfect. oh, and add navigation keys too
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Stock. I tried Swype and didn't like it. Seemed slower to me for some reason. It was pretty amazing how it worked though. Maybe I'll try it again in the future.
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Stock, I deleted swype. I thought swype was horrible. Still need to try the Droid x, all the others I tried were no better then stock. Wish the damn search key would work In landscape without opening the browser first.
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I'm torn between Swype and the Droid X keyboard. The Droid keyboard is really good for traditional typing, but I hate that it doesn't auto-capitalize or have a full-word delete when you hold down the delete button (as far as I can tell). Swype is great also, but I find myself going back to the Droid keyboard. I guess the good thing is that we have a choice
This is exactly what is happening to me. I keep going back to Droid X over Swype.
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Another vote for Swype. Never thought I'd like it, but now I'm spoiled on it. Getting pretty good, too!
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Swype mainly but the stock one still gets some use.
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I go between droid x and swype. I like swype more in portrait than landscape. For whatever reason I always try to hold the phone and swype with the same hand and cant easily make it all the way across the screen in landscape. I also find that I have to remind myself not to type normally on swype sometimes. I feel like I make more mistakes with droid x, though. Both have their pros and cons.
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I'm back to stock but bounce from that to the Droid x one. I just wish the droid x one had the numbers above the letters. it would be perfect keyboard. I can fly on that thing. Hopefully someone will find a way to fix or alter that. I have to say, its nice to have options.
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swype, once it gets voice search and easier to access arrows it'll be perfect
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Just installed swype I like it but it is hard to get use to. I see very little difference between stock and droid x.
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Touchpal here. The chinese version on the market can be set to english and works great.
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Currently using the HTC_IME mod keyboard.

I tried swype and liked it. But there is something about actually typing that feels better. Even if its slower.

I also tried Droid X multi-touch keyboard but for some reason I lost the pinch-zoom in Dolphin HD. So I couldn't use it.
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Touchpal here. The chinese version on the market can be set to english and works great.
i used that for a very long time. eventually was upset that there was no speech to text button though. moved on to droid x
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Was using swype, but now im using the droid x. Keyboard
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I guess I will be the first to mention it.... I use ShapeWriter. I installed it and Swype within a couple of days of each other and I could not stand Swype compared to ShapeWriter. Everything from the interface to the accuracy is better on ShapeWriter, in my opinion. My fall back tap to type keyboard is the Droid X keyboard. The stock doesn't get a whole lot of use anymore.
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I guess I will be the first to mention it.... I use ShapeWriter. I installed it and Swype within a couple of days of each other and I could not stand Swype compared to ShapeWriter. Everything from the interface to the accuracy is better on ShapeWriter, in my opinion. My fall back tap to type keyboard is the Droid X keyboard. The stock doesn't get a whole lot of use anymore.
Another vote for ShapeWriter. I think it is much better than swype. IMO
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Shapewriter all the way first one i downloaded havent even tried the others. And it has voice to text
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slideit and it totally dominates swype. especially consideringI wrote this via voice text.
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I use stock because I had Swype and I disabled it on accident and now when I enable it, it won't work...

Any reasons?
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I use stock because I had Swype and I disabled it on accident and now when I enable it, it won't work...

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i've had to reboot after enabling it before cause it wouldn't show
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i've had to reboot after enabling it before cause it wouldn't show
Reboot like turn the phone off?

Tried.
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Shapewriter all the way first one i downloaded havent even tried the others. And it has voice to text
Where can I get ShapeWriter? I went on their website and then I also went to the market and typed in "ShapeWriter" and nothing cam up. Any ideas?
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