Input Methods for your Android Tablet

Discussion in 'Android Tablet Usage, Tips & Tricks' started by xaueious, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. xaueious

    xaueious Administrator Staff Member

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    Anyone find anything exciting to use?

    I personally use Swiftkey on all my Android devices. Good text prediction, performance and works on everything I've used it on. It's a paid app, but in my opinion well worth the $4.

    Swiftkey looks like this:
     
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  2. AnimaTechnica

    AnimaTechnica Senior Member

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    i use 8pen on my droid phone - it is a unique way of typing using one finger essentially - i just installed in on my tablet - it hasa learning curve but once you get used to the new convention it goes pretty fast

    you can find it via AppBrain - 8pen - Android app on AppBrain
     
  3. gurgle

    gurgle Super Moderator Staff Member

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    I tried Swype but either it does not like me or I could not get it to understand my input. I am back to finger or stylus.
     

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