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  1. gregg1100

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    Galaxy S3.

    Is there a keyboard with the numbers in a row at the top of letters like the original S4 galaxy. Aka 4.2.
    I updated to 4.3 ( wished I hadn't )and the keyboard is same as I had on 4.1. Got the Google keyboard installed.
    One less step to type for me and one less chance to cock it up, lol.
    Thanks
     

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    Some of the separate ones on the playstore I know that AI does and its a option to remove it also
     
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    Thanks Stuntman for that Kii link. It is so much easier for me to use keyboard now, without having to change from letters to numbers and back again.. I tried it, then bought the premium version.
    Brilliant. :)

    Thanks again,
    Greg
     
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    I've always been a fan of Swiftkey.
     
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    I second that, SwiftKey is amazing. I've been using it for a couple years now, don't have anything bad to say about it. My only "con" is they change up the keyboard sometimes during major updates, but it's never been anything too drastic.
     
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    I did use SwiftKey for months before eventually settling on Kii. I just didn't like the layout of SwiftKey.
     
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    Tried Kii for a few days- got fed up with mistyping or missing characters, so tried Swiftkey. Didn't like that at all, so back to Google keyboard.
    Will see what Sammy S5 offers.
     
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