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Android users: what's your keyboard of choice?

I'm currently using an XperiaZ3 compact - which has a screen about the size of the original iphone dimensions. The stock keyboard is well laid out but the dictionary is diabolical and far too confident to correct words when its not needed.

So on the basis of layout and autocorrect features - what's the best keyboard out there, paid or free?

3 years ago by double2 with 7 comments

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  • Pockets69
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    swift keyboard :) or the original google keyboard :)

  • CheapHoarder (edited 3 years ago)
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    Swiftkey fits my needs the best. The auto correction and Swiftkeys ability to predict what you want to write is great. It also lets me switch language by simply swiping the spacebar, which is awesome since I often need to switch between Swedish and English.

    I have tried Fleksy but the dictionary and suggestions is not as good as Swiftkey. It also lacks the ability to switch between languagues on the fly.

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  • sarcasimo
    +1

    I use the stock Google Keyboard which may or may not be your stock keyboard. In the past I've used Swype and SwiftKey, which are nice too. The beauty of Android is that you can keep swapping around until something fits!

  • Lythos
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    Swiftkey. I've only tried a couple other keyboards though.