best keyboard for nexus

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  1. Flomaster

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    I really LIKE A I TYpe... just installed it. I had previously been using SwiftX keyboard which I think is better than Swype.. but this AI is bad ass. I love how much you can customize it. where as SwiftX only has a few colors to choose from.

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    I am a long time SwiftKey user and will stick with that until death. It just knows me!
     
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    I actually prefer the stock ICS keyboard because it seems most accurate getting the correct key when typing. Swiftkey X I have used and tried AI... both of these do better prediction but for some reason not as accurate when I am typing (pecking) away. Swiftkey is my second choice. AI keyboard seemed somewhat cumbersome key placement and so forth. And I am not a fan of swiping keyboards :D
     
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    I Love stock.Tried swype,didnt like it,probly cos i dont know how to swype,but dont tell anybody:D
     
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    I tried Swype on my Droid X and hated it. Now that I have the GNex I tried the unofficial version and haven't gone back. I tried one other before I found the unofficial version and didn't care for it. Give Swype a few days and it becomes like second nature. With my biog fingers I'm really surprised that I hardly have to correct anything.
     
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    I'm a little surprised that no one has mentioned Messagease. Don't let the looks of it scare you off. Yes, it has a learning curve to it, but it is very much worth it in my opinion! It took a couple of days for me to learn it and get comfortable with it, a week to get good at it. Now, I won't use anything else. It is truly the first keyboard designed for touchscreens. When my friends see it pop up on my phone, they always give me a funny look at first. Then when they see how fast and accurately I can type on it, their eyes just get really big in amazement! I love seeing that reaction! Also, it has a game to help you learn it. Well, that's my two cents.

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    watching the video on how to use it gave me a headache.
     
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    Sorry to hear that. Maybe try using the game or the tutorial. It's different for sure, but I like it.

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    I just installed a keyboard from Google Play, it looks so creative, but I think it's not so useful to me. I prefer to use SwiftKey the Pro version. Actually there are various of Keyboard apps in Google Play, Maybe this blog article can help you: 5 Best Android Keyboard Apps Enhance Input Speed and Accuracy
     
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    SwiftKey X rox my sox :p

    Seriously, though... I can't go to any other keyboard!

    CURRENT SWIFTKEY X STATS (as of 12/15/2011):

    Efficiency: +43%
    Keystrokes Saved: 67,058
    Typos Corrected: 38,166 :)P)
    Words Predicted: 5,126
    Words Completed: 14,611

    I love its personalization! I just wish it was able to learn from my Yahoo! Account, and maybe a few other things, but honestly that's just nit-picking!
     
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    I switched to AI because Smart Keyboard Pro was giving me problems. AI is great, I'm sorry I waited so long to switch.
     
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