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Swiftkey 4 on sale $1.99 at the Play store

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I had this come through a bargain alert site. Normally 3.99, now 1.99 for a limited time at the Play store.

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Excelent, I recommend, Actually I use it on my note, by far better than stock Android or Samsung keyboards, amazing fast two fingers typing.

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Excelent, I recommend, Actually I use it on my note, by far better than stock Android or Samsung keyboards, amazing fast two fingers typing.

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I have to respectfully disagree. The stock keyboard on the Note 2 is lightyears ahead on swiftkey 4. The predictions seem far more accurate, the speed is much faster, it has a better clipboard, handwriting recognition and doesn't bog down the phone.

I installed swiftkey 4 and promptly Uninstalled it after a few frustrated tries at liking it.

I should add that swiftkey 3 use to be my keyboard of choice before the note 2.

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I have to respectfully disagree. The stock keyboard on the Note 2 is lightyears ahead on swiftkey 4. The predictions seem far more accurate, the speed is much faster, it has a better clipboard, handwriting recognition and doesn't bog down the phone.

I installed swiftkey 4 and promptly Uninstalled it after a few frustrated tries at liking it.

I should add that swiftkey 3 use to be my keyboard of choice before the note 2.

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I beg to differ. In my case it was the opposite....
 
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I have to respectfully disagree. The stock keyboard on the Note 2 is lightyears ahead on swiftkey 4. The predictions seem far more accurate, the speed is much faster, it has a better clipboard, handwriting recognition and doesn't bog down the phone.

I installed swiftkey 4 and promptly Uninstalled it after a few frustrated tries at liking it.

I should add that swiftkey 3 use to be my keyboard of choice before the note 2.

Sent from my Galaxy Note 2 using Tapatalk 2
The new version has introduced the Flow feature, which is like Swype, no difference in terms of tapping, it is same. People who don't use Swype don't know what's the benefit of it and how it is totally different than tapping! Quite honestly I'm still with Android for Swype, and now SwiftKey has brought Flow, amazing! Still I'll say Swype is little better than Flow, atm.


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Sk4 predictions are now more accurate if you take your time to program your email account, twitter and social network into SK4 it will learn typing, I favor it iPhone like typing prediction with auto correct, just I opted for fast typing and no prediction auto insert with space bar. This way directly skyrocket the typing experience (I come from iPhone iPad so the ipvone like keyboard favor me).

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