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help for those with smaller hands

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by escalade6103, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. escalade6103

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    I don't have small hands but average size. I have used a lot of keyboards, better keyboard, swift keyboard, ipke (iphone simulator), and ultra keyboard. Iv found that "ultra keyboard" is the most customizable. And the reason i say it's good for dx users with small hands is because you can adjust the height of the keys in both portrait and landscape. It helps a lot being able to reach the top row of keys whn using one hand. Also you can use any skin or theme from any other keyboard. It also has the real compact QWERTY that is very useful iv found. And is has tracing which is a generic swype. It's not as good as eagle of course but overall instead of having to swap between input methods when you want to type out words instead of using swype all the time.
     

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    I'm going to try ultra keyboard, thanks for the tip.

    I was kinda laughing at this thread at first - main thing I bought the DX for was that my mitts could actually function because of the bigger size!
     
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    Same here. I have, what my wife calls "Bear paws", and the DX is perfect.
     
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