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post #51 of 471
Best keyboard: SwiftKey X hands down. Nothing comparable.
post #52 of 471
Yes, I was using Opera Mobile, not Mini. As I said, I don't want to have my data going through other servers unless absolutely necessary.

You can enable an option to hide that bottom bar in Opera.

I wonder, Miki, what are your grounds as to recommending SwiftKeyX as to Simca's Better Keyboard Pro recommendation. BKP seems to make better use of space. It seems SwiftKeyX has an interesting prediction feature though.
post #53 of 471
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Yes, I was using Opera Mobile, not Mini. As I said, I don't want to have my data going through other servers unless absolutely necessary.

You can enable an option to hide that bottom bar in Opera.

I wonder, Miki, what are your grounds as to recommending SwiftKeyX as to Simca's Better Keyboard Pro recommendation. BKP seems to make better use of space. It seems SwiftKeyX has an interesting prediction feature though.
I've used pretty much every keyboard out there, and honestly, nothing beats the prediciton & correction features of SwiftKey X.

A poll was made @ Droid Life (9/22/11 so fairly recently), out of 8 keyboards, SwiftKey X dominated the other alternatives. I mean, sure this is just opinions, but it says a lot.

Some keyboards have more themes, but honestly, what a joke. I can care less about themes, I want the most efficient keyboard out there.
post #54 of 471
I don't like the wasted space on swiftkey x. Its word prediction is nice, but I barely use word prediction. I rather type faster and I do that with bkp. I added skx though. I did take it into account.

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Simca Transdroid is the best remote for torrent programs i would say, as it can control lots of different clients. It's not on the market right now but easy to find with a google.
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I don't like the wasted space on swiftkey x. Its word prediction is nice, but I barely use word prediction. I rather type faster and I do that with bkp. I added skx though. I did take it into account.

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Right on. I think you're likely better at texting. I text fast, but I rely a lot of auto correction and word prediction. Without it, a lot of times people wouldn't know what I was saying. XD
post #57 of 471
Yay, sticky
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I keep using the standard Gingerbread keyboard. works fine for me.

I also use the stock browser for the same reason.
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Right on. I think you're likely better at texting. I text fast, but I rely a lot of auto correction and word prediction. Without it, a lot of times people wouldn't know what I was saying. XD
It's funny because sometimes I find that the word prediction actually messes up a lot of words for me which would have normally been correct, but got auto-corrected to a different word, much like in those weird iphone screenshots where people get in trouble for saying one thing when they meant another.

Luckily I catch those before pressing send...most of the time.

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I keep using the standard Gingerbread keyboard. works fine for me.

I also use the stock browser for the same reason.
Yeah, I used the stock keyboard and browser for a few months. The original browser was actually quite superior for a long while, but then Dolphin HD and Opera Mobile Browser surpassed it in terms of speed and quality.

The stock keyboard also works great. I can see why people might not want to change from it. BKP and SKX are mostly for people looking for different styles, better word prediction or neat features not found in the stock keyboard.
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post #60 of 471
Swiftkey is a massive RAM hog. Plus it only has 3 predictions on screen at a time.
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