Is there a predictive text app?

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  1. OG(DRO)ID

    OG(DRO)ID Member

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    Lately I've been finding myself wanting a faster way to text. Was wondering if android has a predictive text, and if so any suggestions?

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    Swift key learns your style and adapts. It is pretty good.
     
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    Swype is even better

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    Better is always subjective. Given that the OP requests predictive text, Swype isn't better in this context.

    However, there are a number of keyboards out there with predictive text.
     
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    +1 for Swiftkey

    It works really well for me.
     
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    Swiftkey really does predict fairly well. There are whole sentences that I commonly use that Swiftkey knows and predicts for me. Try it.
     
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    I bought bought swiftkey quite a while back because it had hands-down the best prediction out there, but shortly after I bought it an update rolled in that killed its stability.. with all the good reviews I'm guessing that is fixed?

    I've also found I like the swype style of input, but don't like the swype prediction... switched to Ultra Keyboard and have been much happier with the prediction of it for a swype stlye keyboard. My one complaint with Ultra Keyboard is that there is a slight lag when the "shift" key is disabled after typing each key if typing normally (fraction of a second), but it is just enought that I will often miss a capitol letter in names, etc if I am not paying attention.
     
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