Ultimate Android Keyboard Showdown: 14 different keyboards pitted against each other

Posted on Jan 28 2011 - 5:47pm by P.Schmitz

So this has been a long time coming, and I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been patient for this release.  Its only me in the office doing all of these guides and the last month has been hectic to say the least.  With that out of the way I’ve compiled the 13 14 best (and possibly only? let me know in the comments if there are more) keyboards for the Android OS.  For each keyboard I’ve listed:

  • The keyboard’s icon
  • A screenshot of the keyboard
  • The price
  • Supported Languages
  • A QR Code if its on the market
  • Our thoughts
  • Our recommendations
  • A video walking you through the features
  • Features we would like to see in future releases.

Each Keyboard has its own section, so if you’re looking for a specific one, just scroll down until you see its title and all the relevant information will be there.

(1/14) Stock Android 2.1 Keyboard (comes pre-installed)  

With all versions of Android 2.1 no matter the carrier’s or manufacturer’s skin, you will have this keyboard to use.  It gets the job done for the most part, has the user dictionary to learn based on your typing so it knows what words to suggest, and has the usual trick of pressing a space or punctuation symbol when a word is highlighted to insert that word plus the space or punctuation symbol pressed.  I won’t go in to a great amount of detail about this keyboard because of how standard it is, but I would recommend using it for a couple of days before jumping in to one of these other options if you’re new to android or smart phones in general.  Every one is different and you need to get used to how to press keys on the screen before jumping in to more intermediate/advanced options.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: People new to the Android OS or smart phones in general (only use this for a couple of days though, once you’re comfortable typing, take a look at one of the options below).

Supported Languages: Whichever language you can set your phone to.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Swiping features to get to your numbers, long press on letters to input numbers, and color themed keys/layout/background.

(2/14) Better Keyboard ($3 USD)  

If you’re looking for a standard keyboard with a nice face-lift and some convenient features, Better Keyboard is the one for you.  It is the only keyboard in this review that isn’t free. It is currently listed at $2.99USD in the market and in my opinion isn’t necessarily worth it, but having said that there are some great features to the app that if you love them, three bucks is not that bad to shell out for this piece of software.  It has some nice swiping features being able to go to your number pad or an entirely different keyboard very smoothly and easily.  It also has the Speech-to-Text feature that’s convenient when you only have one hand to type out a message.  One kind of advanced feature is being able to see dots on the keys signaling where you press each time.  This would be convenient to train yourself how to and what it feels like to press a key in the center.  Watch the video below for more examples of this keyboard in action.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: People who want a black background to their keyboard, people looking to train their fingers to type more accurately, people who are in love with LEET style keyboard (this keyboard is the only one that offers this style at the moment), or for anybody who really loves the swiping actions to change keyboards.

Supported Languages: English, Spanish, German, Italian, Dutch, and French

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Statistics when it comes to the finger tracking dots, swipe up for capitals, swipe down for symbols, add more keyboards to swipe around to, make the keyboards you can swipe to connected on the ends so you can swipe around a circle, and suggestions for improving your typing skills based on the tracking dot reports.

(3/14) Swype (in private Beta)   

Swype is a revolutionary take on how typing should be done on a soft keyboard.  Instead of picking up your finger and touching each individual key you drag it between letters to input the word.  A short demonstration video can be seen right below made by Swype Inc. to explain this concept visually.  It currently holds the world texting record through Guinness at about 34 seconds and a British Woman just recently broke that record on a Galaxy S with about 24 seconds.  Think you can do better but don’t have an invite to the Beta program?  I would pay close attention to our video then for a possible chance to get in on that Beta.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: People who text more than they call, intermediate users looking for a more engaging keyboard, people who hate using two hands to type, and anyone wanting a brand new take on smart phone typing.

Supported Languages: US English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Danish, Dutch, Malay, Russian, Finnish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Swedish, Serbian, Czech, Greek, Polish, Indonesian, Norwegian, Icelandic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, and Turkish among others (over 40 languages all together).

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Please please please add a speech to text key on the keyboard, different color layouts and swype trails, if the user changes the capitalization of a word then record that rather than recording the lowercase version every time, and if you have time integrate some kind of next word prediction based on the word you just typed as seen in SwiftKey and TouchPal.

(4/14) TouchPal (free)  

TouchPal isn’t the most widely used/known soft keyboard ever, but it brings some heavy hitting features to the table.  It has multiple keyboards, english to chinese instant translations, emoticon database, ability to update the dictionary based on trend words in their online database, and it can scan your contacts and sms messages for people with obscure names or slang you type often.  It also offers a limited prediction feature similar to SwiftKey.  Finally instead of long pressing for symbols or pressing the shift button for uppercase letters, you can just touch a letter/key and swipe up or down for those options, which is very quick and convenient. Watch the tutorial video below to see this bad boy in action.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: People who are trying to learn to read and write in Chinese whose native language is English, people who read/write in both Chinese and English and want the option to type in both, and anyone who wants word prediction based on previous word and multiple keyboards unlike SwiftKey that only has the former.

Supported Languages: English, Chinese PinYin, Chinese Bihua, Chinese Wubi, Russian, Swedish, Portuguese, and Ukrainian.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Sometimes there isn’t a capital letter when we start to type a message, support adding hyphenated words to the dictionary, if it’s even possible have a chinese text keyboard that suggests english words based on what you’re typing and finally a speech to text option (the other keyboards are going to murder you unless you add this).

(5/14) SwiftKey ($4 USD or free 14-day trial)  

SwiftKey Beta is the best prediction keyboard I’ve ever used hands down.  It’s general prediction feature works about 40% of the time in guessing the word you’ll type next and it features a speech-to-text key which I think no keyboard should be without.  Everything is really easy to use with this app and I would imagine it would be on the same wavelength as you if you get it a couple weeks to analyze your texting style.  As always watch the walkthrough video below to see it in action.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: People who text the same phrase a lot but don’t want to bother with templates, users who like the idea of your keyboard predicting your next word based on your previous word, and anyone who wants to upgrade from the stock keyboard.

Supported Languages: English-US ,English-UK, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Swedish, and Dutch.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Multiple keyboards perhaps that predict stuff like o’clcok or am/pm after inputting times etc, emoticon prediction if used a lot in txt messages, display more than 3 prediction words in that bar for greater accuracy, and different color layouts.

(6/14) ThickButtons (free)  

ThickButtons is one of the most interesting approaches to a soft keyboard I’ve ever had the chance to use.  I have fingers that are sometime difficult to use with the normal spaced keyboards and so using this particular plug-in was a blessing at times.  You can change how much the next predicted letter will expand by (has small, medium, and large settings) in the settings options and this keyboard also has word correction along with most of the other standard options talked about above built in.  It would have been more of a winner if it had a speech-to-text key on it, but this keyboard does fulfill a niche market’s dreams of keys their fingers can press comfortably.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: People who have trouble typing on touch screens, users who have fingers that are larger than average, and anyone who wants to switch from the stock keyboard.

Supported Languages: English.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Faster response from pressing space/punctuation key when a word is highlighted orange, faster response when selecting the correct word from the bar above, maybe have a mode where if the user never types any slang then you black out all the keys you don’t think they will use next instead of greying them out and fill the screen with the other letters, and finally a speech to text option (the other keyboards are going to murder you unless you add this).

(7/14) HTC_IME Keyboard (free)  

All thanks and credit for this keyboard goes to jonasl, Cyanogen, modaco, and JesusFreke of the XDA Developers Forum. They have created a highly customizable keyboard that both basic and advanced users alike can enjoy. You can check out the original post of this keyboard here: http://bit.ly/a8D7CC.  With that said, this keyboard is a beast.  With options that allow you to customize the height and width of each key plus the ability to share all your settings with friends or users online, this keyboard definitely has the most settings out of any reviewed in this article.  Check out the video below to see it in action, and hit up that QR Code up top to get whisked away to jonasl’s forum post that has the download links.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: Fans of the HTC keyboard but want more options or anyone looking to literally make their keyboard one of a kind.

Supported Languages: English, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Portugese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: I honestly can’t think of any option this thing of beauty doesn’t have.  If you have any suggestions, let us know in the comments.

(8/13) MessagEase (free)  

MessagEase is one of the only keyboards we’ve reviewed with a bunch of patents to back up its madness. The madness we’re talking about is the crazy fast speeds you can type on this keyboard after getting used to its alphabet rubix cube style layout. While this keyboard doesn’t have the depth of settings that the others in the series do, it more than makes up for that in its creative design and input method.  Take a look at our video below to see it in action or go here to play around with an in-browser version to see what its all about (also I know the demo is on an iPhone, I’m not happy about it either, but don’t get crazy on me in the comments.)

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: Anyone looking to type the fastest possible on their keyboard, users who don’t want other people typing on their phone (trust me this keyboard will confuse the f*ck out of them), or anyone switching to Android that loved this keyboard on other devices.

Supported Languages: English.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: A settings option to change around the layout or colors and the side bar containing cut/copy/paste/directional arrows like the computer version has.

(9/14) SlideIT ($8.40 USD)  

SlideIT is a great keyboard for anyone who loves the swipe style input.  The layout is simple, it has a plethora of features, and offers some great shortcuts to its main rival Swype. While this keyboard is the most expensive out of all the keyboards in this article, it is a nice alternative to Swype if you don’t have an invite to that or don’t like it.  It also features shortcut keywords, for example typing or swiping out ADN will give you a suggested input of “any day now”.  Another great feature aspect of this keyboard are all the languages it supports.  You can find that information plus a full walkthrough video below, enjoy!

(here is the link to the user’s guide which has all the shortcut words it comes pre-installed with http://bit.ly/cv2oLY )

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: Anyone looking to have a keyboard in their native language that other keyboards don’t support, want an alternative to Swype, want shortcut keywords, or anyone who enjoys the swipe type of input.

Supported Languages: Arabic, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Dutch [AZERTY], English, Estonian, Finnish, French, French [QWERTY], French [QWERTZ], German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenien, Spanish, Swedish, and Turkish.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Nothing comes to mind, but let us know in the comments if you spot an area where SlideIT can improve.

(10/14) Smart Keyboard Pro ($3 USD)  

While the Smart Keyboard Pro looks like your run of the mill Android keyboard, it is anything but!  With great features like non-full screen keyboard in landscape or swiping gestures to change keyboards, you really can’t go wrong using this as your daily typer.  It offers a total of 3 keyboards: QWERTY, T9, or compact.  Also look below for a second at all the languages this keyboard supports.  THIS THING IS A LANGUAGE POWERHOUSE.  If you’ve been on the fence about coughing up 3 bucks for this bad boy, check out the video below to see just how worth it, it really is!

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: Anybody who wants a clean layout to a keyboard, users who hate full screen mode when typing in landscape view, swipe gestures for changing keyboard layouts, or if you want a medium to advanced level customizable keyboard.

Supported Languages: Arabic, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Czech (QWERTY), Czech (QWERTZ), Danish, German, German (+aou), Greek, English, English (International), English (Dvorak), English (AZERTY), Spanish, French, French (QWERTY), French (QWERTY+’), French (QWERTZ), Korean, Hebrew, Croatian, Icelandic, Italian, Italian (+’), Georgian, Hungarian, Dutch (QWERTY), Dutch, (AZERTY), Norwegian, Polish, Porutguese, Romanian, Russian, Russian (small), Russian (phonetic), Slovene, Serbian, Finnihs, Swedish, Thai, Turkish, and Ukranian.

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: None that I can think of?  Anybody wanna give them suggestions in the comments?

(11/14) Graffiti (free)  

The Graffiti input system was originally written by Palm and was released on a couple of devices including: HP’s OmniGo 120, Apple’s Newton MessagePad, and other early Palm devices.  It forms letters and words through the user drawing symbols (usually just the letter itself) on the touchscreen interface.  Graffiti was recently released for the Android OS and we couldn’t wait to give it a test run.

The UI has been significantly updated, but anyone who has used this input system before will feel right at home as all the symbols and shortcut gestures are the same making it easy for experienced users to jump in.  It also features 6 easily accessible help screens just by swiping up on the keyboard to educate new users on the different gestures available.  The system of gestures are a little tricky to get used to, so watch the video below to see all the features of Graffiti in action.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: Anyone who loved this input method on their Palm device back in the day, anyone who wants to try out new methods of inputs, or users who are trying to hone their speed skills on Android keyboards.

Supported Languages: English (can do Romaji/Kanji though)

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: I’m not completely familiar with how Graffiti used to work, so if there are some changes they made to it that you hate or changes that were promised 5 years ago that never came to life, let us know about them in the comments.

(12/14) FlexT9 (formerly known as ShapeWriter) ($5 USD)  

So I was lucky enough to talk with the kind people over at Nuance Technologies about their upcoming keyboard for the Android OS: T9 Trace.  If you didn’t already know, Nuance technologies are the original creators of the T9 typing system.  They’ve taken it a step beyond word prediction with their latest creation, and I’ll be getting my hands on a demo unit soon and will post a video of it in action ASAP.  For now check out my notes below on this upcoming and exciting keyboard for Android OS.

So T9 trace is similar to SlideIT and Swype in that you swipe between keys to write on the screen.  It will be able to do 2 languages simultaneously while swiping and supports 85 global languages which is the most out of any keyboard in this article.  It also offers a unique trace and type hybrid system.  For example if you’re tracing the word unfortunately, and you have a lapse in memory at the “n”, you can stop swiping and type out the rest of the word.  Instead of inserting a space, typing will actually edit the last word swiped making “swipe editing” quick and convenient.

It also combines some SwiftKey type features when handling double letters.  For example you would swipe g-o-d for god and good.  Based on what you’ve typed previously it will insert either god or good.  For example swiping “oh my” and then g-o-d will get you “oh my god”.  Swiping “the food was really” and then g-o-d will get you “the food was really good”.  The software supports conjunctions in this manner too so swiping t-h-e-y-r-e will automatically insert the apostrophe.

While swiping works on the standard QWERTY keyboard, it will also be functional on their 9-key keyboard as well.  It has the ability to search your contacts to add their names to the dictionary and will use different dictionaries and predict different words depending on what type of input field you’re in i.e. messages, html address bar, etc.  Finally an exciting service called T9 Nav will eventually be incorporated into the T9 trace software allowing your phone to search all its contents for new dictionary words.

Again we’ll post video as soon as we get a test unit, but for now enjoy the screenshots below.

Release Date for Android: Out now!!

(13/14) BlindType (unreleasd)  

Not much is known about BlindType other than the demo videos shown below and that it was recently acquired by Google.  The premise is though that the keyboard can be virtually placed anywhere on the screen and adapts to your unique typing style.  This means that you can just type anywhere on the phone from any direction (using your memory to think of where each key is) and BlindType somehow knows what you’re trying to type.  Its still a little bit shady to me, and until we test it for ourselves I’m not too sure how well it will work.  To be amazed though, definitely take a couple minutes to watch the video below, it will literally blow your mind.

Release Date for Android: No one knows for sure.  We tried to get a hold of BlindType before Google came in and acquired them so now our chances are even smaller unfortunately.  We’re always looking out for news on this incredibly application though so make sure to check back on this article and www.careace.net for more news as it becomes available about BlindType.

(14/14) Android Gingerbread 2.3 (free)  

A HUGE shoutout goes to hotaru and any other developers over on the XDA Forums for porting this amazing keyboard to the other flavors of Android.  As you can see the layout is very basic, but the response is great and feels similar to that of the keyboard for WP7.  The pressing is very fluid and even using our bigger bear paw fingers we still managed to type what we wanted to say flawlessly.

The keyboard also has great features like tapping a word to edit it.  This allows you to click anywhere on the word you just spelled or spelled anywhere in your text field and have the original orange suggestions pop-up.  For example when I click on viewers in the video below it automatically brings up the suggested words like viewer, viewed, viewing, and etc.  This makes for quick and easy editing.

The keyboard also allows for Gingerbread style highlighting and copy/pasting of text as well.  Finally another highlight of the keyboard is the ability to seamlessly switch language preferences by first enabling them in settings and then swiping through them on the space bar at the bottom of the screen.  You can download the keyboard via the QR Code above or go to the XDA Forum post about it here.

Recommended Types of Users for this Keyboard: Anyone looking to take advantage of the features found in Android Gingerbread 2.3 ahead of the update schedule.

Supported Languages: BG, CS, CZ, DA, DE, EN, ES, FI, FR, IT, NB, NL, PL, PT, RU, SL, and SV

If the developers of this keyboard are reading this, we would like to see these features added in the next release: Nothing actually, we loved this keyboard to death!


So that’s our review on what we feel are the top 14 soft keyboards you can use with the Android OS.  If you have a suggestion for another one we should review, mention it in the comments below or send us an email and we’ll look into reviewing it and adding it to this article.  Let us know what you think in the comments!

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    You should toss an:

    (UPDATED: 2011.05.12)

    on the article, or something along those lines whenever you update. This article has really been great and I think people should know that it is staying current, as opposed to just seeing the January creation date at the top of the screen.

  77. Ghen May 7, 2011 at 2:39 am -

    You missed Ultra Keyboard. It has the greatest flexibility in options I’ve ever seen. It also sucks at word prediction though 😉

    SlideIT also sucks at word prediction compared to shapewriter/t9 and swype.

    Swype needs a way to manually enter words instead of automatically entering everything new. The fact that swype is saving my passwords made me switch keyboards immediately.

  78. Brian April 19, 2011 at 10:49 am -

    Whoops, sorry about that, this link should go to the Flit Keyboard Review: http://ow.ly/4DBKs Glad to help!

  79. Sam April 18, 2011 at 2:36 pm -

    Thank you so much. The review was very helpful. The BitLy link didn’t work for me though, I got a “You do not have permission to preview drafts.” message, but I found the review with the search feature.

    thanks again.

  80. Brian April 18, 2011 at 2:11 pm -

    Wish granted!

  81. Sam April 14, 2011 at 10:47 pm -

    Will you do a video on the Flit Keyboard? It’s similar to the MessagEase, but simplar. It look interesting, but I haven’t been able to find any video demos of it.


  82. Trip March 12, 2011 at 5:10 pm -

    Wow! Awesome reviews. I’m about to jump into my first Android phone from a Palm Pre Plus – either an Atrix or a Thunderbolt. And wanted to see which keyboards are out there for Android. While searching, I stumbled upon your awesome reviews. Strong work!

  83. TSwipe February 19, 2011 at 8:29 am -

    Tswipe-Pro ( http://www.tswipe.com )
    Has a mountain of different options available, which include Math Symbols, fast words, fast messages, setting up of emotions, different themes and (as the name suggests) swiping, which I found very easy to use. Tswipe also features a wifi keyboard much like the earlier Wifi Keyboard app!
    Supports English and Thai but on developing japanese, spanish right now.

    Price: $3.99; free version available by turn off swipe

  84. terry January 20, 2011 at 6:33 am -

    I like your suggestions, but you missed Ultra Keyboard…it has both swiping and regular type interfaces and has many colors to customize with including the trace trail…like you want swype to do but it doesn’t. It also has a highly customizable tool bar and lets you put navigation arrows on the key board …the tool bar is great for on the spot switching of keyboard layout, and it offers short cut words to be used. Awesome keyboard for anyone who likse to customize and not be rooted.

  85. Alan1 January 13, 2011 at 8:14 am -

    I want to respond to Ben Jar Man’s comment about hating swype with a passion. I fully understand, even though I use swype all the time on 2 devices. One of the nicest things about swype is the *feeling* of smoothly sliding your finger around the glass screen, as opposed to a frenetic tapping.

    But what is despicable about swype is that it is often simply wrong. If you turn on full path display you can see this. You can trace out “try”, without even TOUCHING the “e” key, but it will still give you “trey” because its more clever than you you see, and guesses that you were just lazy in not actually extending your line into the “e” character. Or you can use arcing/hopping to describe “pit” but it will give you something else.

    Swype would not be despicable if it simply took unambiguous swipes defined by arc cusps or changes of direction or pausing, then gave you that, without sticking its own stupid interpretation on top of it.

  86. Alan1 January 13, 2011 at 7:47 am -

    Thanks very much for this review!

    I bought tswipe.com’s keyboard. I don’t speak Thai, but it was the first one I found made by a sane human.

    Who are these sick people that think they have the right to remove the comma or carriage return keys from the standard keyboard? And replace them by a smiley face? Would they do that to Jefferson or Keats?

    Anyway, the tswipe pro keyboard swipes and retains all the normal characters, and has more options than you can shake a stick at.

  87. thistle January 12, 2011 at 12:57 pm -

    You really should add Ultra Keyboard to the review. Ability to have a Swype-style keyboard in portrait, regular keyboard in landscape and too many options to even list.

  88. NS January 1, 2011 at 2:47 pm -

    Any of the keyboards allow people to configure their own language keyboard? Something where the longpress additional characters are customizable would be good.

  89. Hugo December 12, 2010 at 2:59 pm -

    great review – tried out SwiftKey and Better Keyboard. Both are miles better than the stock keyboard, Swiftkey amazing for predicting next word (or is it just that I’m completely predictable?) – think I’ll try to write my next book on the phone whilst commuting.
    BUT – voice recognition is pretty good on Better Keyboard, and pretty poor on SwiftKey. Why the difference?

  90. Dani December 4, 2010 at 12:27 pm -

    I have swype and love it! So fast and I type on a computer for a living. I would love it to move into the desktop keyboard mode. I find swype extremely FAST……

  91. Amanda December 2, 2010 at 12:37 pm -

    Smart Keyboard Pro also offers support for Japanese which is great and for me much easier then Open Winn. I absolutely love this soft keyboard and hate Swype with a passion. Just my opinion.

  92. Ben Ja Man November 23, 2010 at 10:34 pm -

    Another outside-of-the-box type keyboard for you to try would be the 8pen. Crazy as, I’ve given it a quick try and for the few words I have gotten used to typing it seemed to be pretty quick.

    Waiting for BlindType, T9Trace and Swype to come out. They all seem amazing!

  93. no longer curious October 23, 2010 at 2:49 pm -

    Thank you for finally updating this. It’s been a great resource. I think there will be a new keyboard in my future.

  94. no longer curious October 23, 2010 at 2:47 pm -

    Thank you for finally updating this. It’s been a great resource. I think there will be a new keyboard purchase in my future.

  95. Tim October 22, 2010 at 9:35 pm -

    just watched your swype v2.0 vid(I think it’s no 2)

    love the update and the site

    noticed a few things
    1 in addition to the double tab to edit word their is the option to select the word and hit the swype key (it auto selects the last word if no selection) to put up the alternate word selection box. as I’m a galaxy s user I don’t know if this works for non-preinstalled users but I think it would.
    2 the swype key shift “swype” should be used after typing/swyping a word. It gives you the option to no cap, first cap, all cap the last used word this also works if you select a word and swypeshift i.e. 10 words previous.
    3 the last 2 features don’t need to be selected, if the cursor is in the word(inc the back and front of it) it does the same thing.
    4 to shift lock/caps lock you can double tap shift or tap short-hold shift
    5 with the choice window (word choice, capitalization, key long press) you can swype the answer start inside the box and exit the box at the choice. Left exit for close window and in the word choice window, exit down = more choices.
    6 with the international version of the sgs their are multiple(I have 10 here in au) languages installed, to switch you can, go to symbols kb then hit the language key i.e.”en” OR press short-hold q to pull up the language option window, lastly swyping swype+q acts as a back button for language selection between the current and last only i.e. to access a 3rd language the language option box needs to be used. btw you don’t need to avoid the shift key when swype+q’ing.
    7 allot swypes work.
    domain names (.com .gov etc)
    “‘s” at ends of words but as a separate swype
    “. ” auto caps next letter i.e. next sentence

    BTW with long vids like this a script might help.

  96. P.Schmitz October 20, 2010 at 12:03 am -

    Dear still curious,

    Currently in the works and hopefully will be out by the end of the week along with a revamped Browser faceoff article. The new one will be comparing 9-10 different keyboards. Thanks for the comment!

  97. still curious October 19, 2010 at 11:11 pm -

    Will this article ever be updated with the additional keyboards?

  98. Nitin October 4, 2010 at 7:23 am -

    I like swype very much in My Galaxy S.
    I m using another phone called Samsung
    galaxy spica.is it possible for me
    to purchase swype keyboard for i5700.
    plz solve d Query asap.

  99. Clyde Upmeyer October 3, 2010 at 6:28 pm -

    I most likely would not have contemplated this was valuable two or three months ago, yet it is fascinating how age evolves the way you react to stuff, thanks for the blog post it absolutely is pleasing to see anything wise here and there rather than the conventional rubbish masquerading as blogs and forums on the internet. Cheers

  100. P.Schmitz September 29, 2010 at 12:04 pm -

    Dear Curious,

    We just got our new DSLR camera in today, and will be updating this article and the browser article over the next couple of days, hopefully having it complete by early to mid of next week, thanks!

  101. curious September 29, 2010 at 11:53 am -

    When will this article be updated with all the additional keyboard reviews? I’m very interested in hearing how some of them stack up.

  102. tsabhira September 4, 2010 at 11:36 am -

    I’ve been using SlideIT but it has some annoying lag/halting problems sometimes, and as stated above, it’s pretty bad in landscape mode. And when it can’t guess your word it just gives up rather than approximating, very annoying on long words.

    Add me to the list of folks who’d love to try out Swype!

  103. samdman95 September 4, 2010 at 8:55 am -

    when are u announcing winners?

  104. Tim September 4, 2010 at 6:55 am -

    davewalden have you tryed coping the swype apk from the old phone to your new one? or contacting swype…

  105. keela September 3, 2010 at 5:32 pm -

    My only complaint from moving from my old myTouch was that on my new device I don’t have access to the swype beta any more. Great keyboard, though I agree it needs better text prediction as I was often confounded by the suggested words & how they could possibly be relevant given the sentence.

  106. davewalden September 3, 2010 at 12:12 pm -


    Swype was not intended for two handed use 😉

  107. CJ September 3, 2010 at 11:51 am -

    Great article, great break down of the various options. I’ve used Better Keyboard and SwiftKey for extended periods of time and prefer SwiftKey. I’d love to give Swype a try too, so I’m throwing my biz card into the pile too!

  108. pmjm007 September 3, 2010 at 11:32 am -

    Great review! I plan to try at least 2 of these keyboards.

  109. rayana September 3, 2010 at 11:01 am -

    swype plz!!!

  110. Nathan September 3, 2010 at 10:00 am -

    Swype works well in portrait mode, using one hand.
    However, in landscape mode, trying to use 2 hands, its down-right horrible, and the reason that I don’t use it primarily.

    I use SwiftKey primarily.

    I haven’t decided if its SwiftKey or my ROM that gets clunky after a day or so of run-time.

  111. okesam September 3, 2010 at 9:29 am -

    I believe Swype is the only way I’ll get my wife to get an Android phone. FOR THE CAUSE!!!

  112. Curler September 3, 2010 at 9:24 am -

    Want to try Swype!

  113. rikkikite September 3, 2010 at 9:15 am -

    I keep hearing rave reviews about Swype, but I’ve yet to see it in action.

  114. markntravis September 3, 2010 at 8:50 am -

    Nice review.


  115. Dharmabhum September 3, 2010 at 8:34 am -

    Swype 4tW! I went from stock to Better Keyboard early on, but I was intrigued by Swype from the first preview we got long ago. I got into the beta when it was first opened (so please don’t count me in your drawing) and I’ve never looked back. Its so intuitive, quick to use and adapt to, and its full of tons of tricks to get you moving and typing very quickly (check out the Swype site for all their tips and tricks videos… I even learned a new one today!). Swype is a totally non-linear evolution of touchscreen text input, and anyone like me who wasn’t all up-ons pecking a touchscreen should definitely give it a shot. Swype, hurry and come out of beta so the world can love you!

  116. brilldoctor September 3, 2010 at 7:27 am -

    I would love to try swype

  117. Tithefug September 3, 2010 at 7:22 am -

    FYI – Better Keyboard allows theming, which you did not mention. This allows you to have any number of different colored and textured backgrounds, as well as different colored letters.

  118. bsunny627 September 3, 2010 at 6:53 am -

    I want to do some swyping

  119. davewalden September 3, 2010 at 6:42 am -

    One of my co-workers purchased a Droid X. He showed me the Swype keyboard. While the Droid X has many, many very nice features, the Swype keyboard impressed me the most. It was just a few days later and I upgraded my phone to a Droid X. 🙂

    As Andrew and 596 said…. Swype FTW!

  120. spliffdizzle September 3, 2010 at 6:36 am -

    I like the QR codes, thanks for that. I hope to get a Swype Beta invite… I’ve heard nothing but good stuff about it. I’m sad my Evo 4G didn’t come with it!

  121. Todd September 3, 2010 at 6:30 am -

    Swype please

  122. SteveO September 3, 2010 at 6:20 am -
  123. jimbobalu September 3, 2010 at 6:19 am -

    What about BlindType? This looks to work by magick.

  124. tclivingston September 3, 2010 at 6:12 am -

    My bad I’m sorry its called slideit. Lol.

  125. tclivingston September 3, 2010 at 6:10 am -

    You forgot swiftkey or swifttype. Its something like that. Its just a dumbed down version of swype. Surprised they could make it being that its so much like swype.

  126. saveriov September 3, 2010 at 5:50 am -

    I’m also interested in the Swype Beta. Will it run on 2.1?

  127. daemonguy September 3, 2010 at 5:30 am -

    I would like to give Swype a go; a friend of mine swears by it, but I missed the beta last go around.

    How about a second chance? 😉

  128. axe12 September 3, 2010 at 5:23 am -

    i like swype alot. tried swift… eh…

  129. Zone99 September 3, 2010 at 5:21 am -

    Swype is fun to use but I just must be using it wrong. I find I wind up with more mis-spelled words and I have to go back and correct more words than I do with keyboards that have prediction or just the regular keyboards.

    I think it has to do with how closely it sees your finger stop and land on the keyboard but there a lot of times I swype over the right keys and look at the word and it’s not even close.

    If Swype is going to be the way to go, then they need to get better about getting the write word in there.

  130. kcjvl September 3, 2010 at 5:07 am -

    So far I’ve stuck with the stock keyboard, but I can’t wait to give swype a try!

  131. siddharthmukund September 3, 2010 at 4:03 am -

    i have tried the native android keyboard and swype and among the two swype is my preferred choice

  132. Charlie September 3, 2010 at 3:59 am -

    For all the HTC users, I think the stock HTC keyboard that comes with Sense is awesome. I’ve used BetterKeyboard (but find the skins to be quite ugly) and I have SwiftKey installed (again prettu ugly keyboard and not “smooth’ enough of an experience). But I must say I keep going back to the HTC keyboard, it works great, really responsive and I found that you make less errors on it than other keyboards.

    My ideal keyboard would be one that looks like HTC’s keyboard or Swype, has an easy to manage dictionary like that found in HTC Sense’s system, is “swypable” like Swype AND can scan ur texts and emails to predicts ur next words.

  133. Tobias September 3, 2010 at 3:56 am -

    so…if I would’ve just typed that previous comment on my cellphone it would have been a bad review for the stock keyboard …with all those typos 😀
    …but I’m actually sitting at my notebook

  134. Tobias September 3, 2010 at 3:53 am -

    FYI: the stock keyboard on 2.2 has the option to swipe up to extend it with 2 rows shoiwng numbers and sepcial charachters …I tryed most of the keyboards mentioned but for some reason I always switched back to the stock one, I think most of those keyboards lack a bit behind in support for non native english speakers.

  135. mc September 3, 2010 at 3:04 am -

    Thanks for the reviews, they are very useful.

    What would you recommend for someone that writes constantly in spanish and english? I use Swiftkey, which I love it, but you can only use 1 language at this time, which makes it not very good for me…


  136. eskimomonkey September 3, 2010 at 2:33 am -

    Thanks for the article. It could not have come at a better time since I was finally giving up on the stock android keyboard and starting to agonize over what I would use to replace it

  137. cjward23 September 3, 2010 at 1:49 am -

    hi great article, only got my htc hero 2 days ago and have been looking for a feature like this. would love to try swype, but at the moment I’m using swiftkey. But i quite like thickbuttons

  138. geemaan September 3, 2010 at 1:42 am -

    Great comparison, appreciate it. First I tried swiftkey but swype is way better. I had the chance to test it on my friend’s galaxy s.

    I’d like a swype invite please, thank you very much.

  139. zi September 3, 2010 at 1:09 am -

    Where is BlindType?

  140. ultima September 3, 2010 at 12:57 am -

    Here in South Africa its not very easy to get all the cool paid appz and stuff due to pricey data / carrier chargers!

    I’d love to have a version of swype for my HTC Desire! PLZ!

    Thanks You!

  141. njs September 3, 2010 at 12:28 am -

    I want to try Swype!

  142. Tchiort September 3, 2010 at 12:10 am -

    A great post. I love Swype (I tried it on the Galaxy S), too bad it wasn’t pre-loaded on my current phone… I wish I could get it.

  143. Tim September 2, 2010 at 10:35 pm -

    I note you slam the swype kb for its handling of capping first letters have you noticed that 1 if you press the first letter and swipe up above the kb then go down and continue it caps the first letter 2 if hit the swype icon then the shift icon(btw you can swipe it) it will pop the last word up and show 3 capping options, no caps, first cap, and all caps. I have swype(version on the galaxy S hope this feature set is in your versions.

  144. Mallee September 2, 2010 at 10:30 pm -

    I’ve been trying out the slideIT keyboard would love to give swype a shot.

  145. P.Schmitz September 2, 2010 at 10:23 pm -

    Just so everyone knows we are working on SlideIT and Smart Keyboard Pro reviews to add to the list, we wil update this ASAP, thanks again for all your support and comments!!

  146. bige5150 September 2, 2010 at 10:19 pm -

    Swype looks great hope to try it soon

  147. ebslopp September 2, 2010 at 10:11 pm -

    Why didn’t you include slideIT? Works just like swype, except it has a speech to text button. I would like to beta test swype because I use SlideIT most of the time and I would like to see if its any better.

  148. jl3d September 2, 2010 at 10:08 pm -

    Completely agree.about the voice button on Sywpe. I hope they release it to the market.

  149. jon September 2, 2010 at 10:01 pm -

    Swype Please!

  150. Jordan2348 September 2, 2010 at 9:59 pm -

    Swype is like magic, don’t know how it does it but in my brief 10 mins playing with it got almost every word I typed in correctly.

  151. nestor September 2, 2010 at 9:57 pm -

    thickbuttons!!! but swype on evo would kill

  152. PmpknMr08 September 2, 2010 at 9:52 pm -

    i’d love to try the swype beta

  153. Mackerman September 2, 2010 at 9:47 pm -

    Great article! I’ve tried most of these, I’m not a fan of Sywpe, but I love TouchPal. It’s a powerhouse keyboard and I wish they would do a stronger push in the US.

  154. James Kwan September 2, 2010 at 9:47 pm -

    Swype sounds like a really interesting idea, but I bet it’d take a while to get used to. I’m also interested in how accurate the prediction is.

  155. OOppsy7 September 2, 2010 at 9:46 pm -

    Swype me please! 🙂

  156. P.Schmitz September 2, 2010 at 9:35 pm -

    Dear Steven,

    Thanks for clarifying that, haha I should’ve had used another phone’s google goggles to translate, I’ll update the article!

  157. Nitin September 2, 2010 at 9:32 pm -

    Swype Off Course ! It is Supurb.
    Mi Typing speed getting faster day by day .
    I think it is going to Rock Touch phones !

  158. zachchen September 2, 2010 at 9:05 pm -

    What happened to Smart Keyboard PRO!!???

  159. surkin September 2, 2010 at 9:04 pm -

    I’d love to give Swype beta a shot!

  160. devnullpenguin September 2, 2010 at 8:51 pm -

    I’d love an invite to the Swype beta!

  161. George September 2, 2010 at 8:48 pm -

    I’ve seen friends using swype and they rave about it – im using htc legend so it could possibly b very useful~

  162. sethsmom September 2, 2010 at 8:45 pm -

    I want swype!

  163. thefecund1 September 2, 2010 at 8:42 pm -

    Swype FTW

  164. 596 September 2, 2010 at 8:42 pm -

    I’d love to try Swype!

  165. wisherwood September 2, 2010 at 8:37 pm -

    Wish I could try Swype on my HTC Desire.

  166. bobengle3 September 2, 2010 at 8:28 pm -

    Actually, I’ve never had the opportunity to spend much time with Swype… (hint, hint)

  167. Dracs September 2, 2010 at 8:27 pm -

    Swype really looks great.

  168. Sam G. September 2, 2010 at 8:24 pm -

    Swype Please!

  169. sablesg September 2, 2010 at 8:20 pm -

    would like the swype beta. thanks!

  170. Mark Isherwood September 2, 2010 at 8:19 pm -

    Swype looks awesome, really wish I could try it out.

  171. vince September 2, 2010 at 8:09 pm -

    great article, saw a friend use swype and it worked well.

  172. Jubbing September 2, 2010 at 8:03 pm -

    Never have I ever tried a better keyboard than SlideIT. That is until someone showed me the demo of Swype. I was blown away by the newer generation of typing and I stand by it. It’s awesome.

  173. braves2986 September 2, 2010 at 7:55 pm -

    Swype is my personal favorite although I use Swiftkey some too.

  174. deepfriedpie September 2, 2010 at 7:54 pm -

    Right now I’m playing with the swiftkeys which I do admit is a pretty amazing leap from a crummy old t9 input dumbphone

  175. Alan September 2, 2010 at 7:45 pm -

    Swype rocks..too bad i cant get it..

  176. firas@m2technology.net September 2, 2010 at 7:32 pm -

    I’ve tried the swiftkey keyboard and better keyboard and didnt like either one very much…stock is much better for me. I would love to try Swype, though.

  177. Bob September 2, 2010 at 7:27 pm -

    The people who seem to love Swype are those who like to type with index fingers. I am a touch typist and personally I find it horribly unsuited to my style of typing.

  178. Mark September 2, 2010 at 7:24 pm -

    Swype would be lovely to have access to.

  179. Niomar September 2, 2010 at 7:23 pm -

    Swype beta invite please!

  180. Steven September 2, 2010 at 7:21 pm -

    I do speak and read Chinese, re: touchpal English to Chinese translation, no, when you typed “house”, what you choose was “what’s good” in Chinese. I think the idea of it is to sound out the Chinese words in English, not translation.

  181. Patrick Trant September 2, 2010 at 7:21 pm -

    Entering a comment to hopefully win a Swype beta invite!

  182. DuxDucis September 2, 2010 at 7:21 pm -

    Great article. I am a new droid user and had no idea there were this many options.

    Also, if I could be entered into the draw for a Swype beta invite that would be awesome.


  183. samdman95 September 2, 2010 at 7:20 pm -

    I used to have swype but somehow it disappeared. Oh well I would like to win it again!! by commenting this I’m entered, right?

  184. P.Schmitz September 2, 2010 at 5:43 pm -

    Dear Andrew,

    Tell them to comment here to win a copy, so you can shut them up now!

  185. a13antichrist September 2, 2010 at 5:41 pm -

    Swype FTW! 🙂

  186. Andrew September 2, 2010 at 5:35 pm -

    Swype rocks.. can’t wait till it’s RTM so I can shut up my Swiftkey-loving roommates for good… heh.

  187. P.Schmitz September 2, 2010 at 5:00 pm -

    Good call VW! I’ll get to writing an excerpt on that and put it on here too! Thanks for the tip!

  188. vw September 2, 2010 at 4:57 pm -

    hey, how come no love for Smart Keyboard Pro? That keyboard is way better than Better Keyboard, and in terms of accuracy just beats out Swiftkeys too.

  189. P.Schmitz September 2, 2010 at 4:42 pm -

    Thanks for the comment JK!

  190. JK September 2, 2010 at 4:03 pm -

    Swype is the way to go! Once you experience it, you’ll never consider any other method of texting again. Cheers! 🙂

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