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Old August 8th, 2011, 02:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default The Atrix GB update had a keybd upgd, are the third party keybd apps like Swiftkey X, really better?

With the Atrix GB update came an updated keyboard, are the third party keyboard apps like SwiftkeyX($4.05) that much better? Does SwiftkeyX use the built in Atrix voice input app?

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Try swype, after you get the hang of it theres nothing better.
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I was using smartkeyboard before the update. After update I switched to the stock keyboard and haven't switched back. I like it much better than the froyo keyboard.
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I have Swiftkey X and love it. It learns your words from your input to Gmail,texting, facebook, etc. Eventually you just pick from words rather than letters. It's a good buy, but keep your eye for it as the Free App of Day on Amazon App Store. Just a few days after I bought Swiftkey, it showed up as the free choice.
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Looked into all of these above and they seem to be pretty good. Decided to go with SwiftKey X and it is really good and fast. The word recognition is superb.
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i love Swiftkey X. very, very fast and accurate
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Smart Keyboard Pro!
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Try A.I.type Keyboard!
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I have big hands, and I REALLY miss the physical keyboard on my BlackBerry phones.

I've tried all of the Keyboards mentioned above, and then some. The GB Stock Keyboard was a big improvement over the FroYo stock. However, I made the move to Swiftkey X back in September and I've loved it.
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