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I just switched from theLg G2 and the first thing I noticed was the HTC keyboard. It is way better. Prediction wise it is on point for me. TheLg use to drive me nuts. I wish this had a number pad option, but otherwise this is the best keyboard I've found that works for me

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Yeah I've been using it in place of SwiftKey since I got the One
 
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I tried to like it but I keep going back to the Google Keyboard.
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I was using Swype the past two years, but it really went to crap after Nuance bought it. The HTC keyboard works great.

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I will have to agree the htc keyboard is one of the best looking and functioning keyboards I've ever used. The only problem I've found is that sometimes when you let the keyboard auto complete and you hit space it'll either use the wrong word or cut the word in half. But all in all great work by htc.
 
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My biggest problem with the HTC keyboard is that it doesn't remove the space before a question or exclamation mark. So I keep putting "hello ?" Instead of "hello?". The Google keyboard removes it.

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My biggest problem with the HTC keyboard is that it doesn't remove the space before a question or exclamation mark. So I keep putting "hello ?" Instead of "hello?". The Google keyboard removes it.

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That and no number keys up top. LG G2 was a great layout..but this keyboard is accurate
 
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Yes G2 layout was Damn near perfect, but this one is spot on accurate

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i've been using flexsy now for the past few months. tried to switch back to the htc one because of the theme options but i just couldn't get away from the swipe to delete or space. if you haven't tried it out i suggest you give it go and see what you think

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