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Thumbs up Feel the speed!--TouchPal Keyboard V5 Beta Feedback and Features Scouting

No sliding input on SwiftKey is crappy?
No smarter prediction while using Swype is insanely annoying?
Ugly and corny user interface is so boring?

Now we’re excited to bring you a Brand New TouchPal Keyboard V5
  • Brand new user interfaces
  • Brand new TouchPal Curve
  • Brand new contextual prediction



This is a valuable and rewarding opportunity for TouchPal fans & followers!

Thank you for your testing application and kindly feedback, the beta test is closed! And Now we are launching another post for you to join: TouchPal Keybaord V5 10 Days Highlight Features Scouting: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...5#post32867045 The prizes is for you!

Although the beta test is over, we are also welcome your kindly feedback.

**Feedback **
The main goal of having beta testing is to collect valuable feedback. Your feedback is important to us! To submit your feedback, please email to beta@cootek.com

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1.Title:TouchPal Keyboard V5 beta feedback
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1)Bugs(To report any issue or error, please kindly provide a detailed description of reproducible steps)
2)Ideas(Welcome any feedback you may have regarding improvements)
3.Device information(Android system/Device model)

Thanks in advance for all great feedback on our product! We will listen to your feedback and keep improving!

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As a Touchpal user this is some great news!
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Sounds good I've been using Swype beta for the last 18 months or so - sliding to type is definitely the way froward on a virtual keyboard, but Swype has its limitations, especially the latest beta. Also bought SlidIt some time back, but found it was really inaccurate.

So from TouchPal, I'd be looking for accurate prediction (I type 50-50 between English and Spanish, and Swype renders "Hola" as Hilda, has difficulty with "OK"...), easy language switching, custom language dictionary (per language), easy navigation between letters, numbers and symbols.

I'm also fascinated by the idea of contextual prediction, and only sliding half a long word.
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Can't wait to try out the new beta! This is some good news

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I really love SwiftKey (which is my main keyboard btw), and also love Swype.

I find myself hanging between those two from time to time, and always thought that someone should create a keyboard like Swype with the predictions from SwiftKey.

Then I came across this thread and was like, WOW! This is exactly what I was waiting for...

Looks like you read my mind...

I can't wait to try it, and maybe (probably) ditch Swype and SwiftKey for good, and have only one keyboard installed.

I wish to see simultaneous dual language modes just like SwiftKey does, and it's flawless, combined with sliding from Swype.

Maybe learning from Facebook, Gmail, Twitter and SMSes, that would be the ultimate keyboard for me.

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Thumbs up Perfect for both prediction and sliding input

TouchPal is wonderful. Definitely should try it out.
 
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I started using TouchPal back on Windows Phone when it was called Windows Mobile. Looking forward to trying this out.
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Loved touchpal last year.....would love to test new version!

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TouchPal wins in 2 aspects:

1 - Best Keyboard!
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looks promising, can't wait to be part of the test group.
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