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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by janu98, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. janu98

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    Does anyone know of a app that download a more user friendly qwerty board?

    TIA
     

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    I have a keyboard that you can install manually for free that's much more user friendly. Just send me off a PM with an e-mail adress or something to send it to. I'll include instructions on what you need to do it, and a walkthrough on how to install it.
     
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    Okay. Apparently I have no idea what this means.

    Aren't all touchscreen keyboards pretty user friendly? I mean, they just show characters and you touch them, right?

    /first touch screen phone so I'm curious as to how much more user friendly a keyboard can get
     
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    Well I was hoping for bigger keys, because my fingers are always hitting other letters....
     
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    Try AnySoftKeyboard, enable it as an input method, then dig into the settings for the 'profile' size of the keys. It's free/open source.
     
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    Try that Swype beta, it's amazing. I was also having issues hitting the wrong keys, this thing is incredible.

    Though I am sure with all the positive vibe it's getting, it will be about $20 once it goes live. lol


    Still worth it IMO.
     

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