What keyboard do you use on your Android device.
Stock, I'm not joining a botnet.
Let me tell you I kinda hate touchwiz. I wish I waited and got an LG G4 instead of waited and got a V10.
Used this, though I'm going back to using a regular phone for calling people now and just using a computer for all the shit that I would have used a smartphone for plus texting as carrying a small laptop is more efficient for getting shit done. Even monitoring a couple threads on 4chan from my phone was so frustratingly bad that I'd rather carry a laptop for the times when I want to shitpost on the go.
>stock CyanogenMod keyboard
For a 4yo second hand phone it really holds up
I'm stuck on SwiftKey for now but I kinda miss the stock LG keyboard and the Google keyboard too. Sometimes I even use the handwriting Google keyboard but it works like ass with the shitty "stylus" that came with my phone
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Sucks that it can't switch between English and German on the fly like the xperia keyboard.
I prefer my bonnets blue.
Google keyboard, nice swiping and shit.
Wut? It can't even auto-detect the typed language, you have to switch manually between them
Swiftkey master race here, multi-language typing is completely seamless. (the menus are a bit shit, but whatever, on a keyboard you basically only use them once to set it up and that's it)
On the subject of keyboards: why don't the "famous" Android keyboards implement any sort of "swipe to move the cursor / select text" feature? I've tried it on an iFagphone and it's quite useful... don't know why it's not a standard feature of all keyboards out there.
>On the subject of keyboards: why don't the "famous" Android keyboards implement any sort of "swipe to move the cursor / select text" feature? I've tried it on an iFagphone and it's quite useful... don't know why it's not a standard feature of all keyboards out there.
It probably requires changes to the android framework which is why it isn't a thing on 3rd party keyboards. From what I know, only the touchwiz keyboard has this functionality and it is not enabled by default.
It's fucking great
>It probably requires changes to the android framework
I'm an Android developer and I can assure you it does not.
The keyboard can freely move the cursor, in fact swiftkey itself has optional arrow keys that can do that. All it would need to do is implement a swipe gesture that moves it depending on the momentum of the swipes.
There are, in fact, 3rd party keboards that do it (Flesky does with an extension). But not many. I'd like this to be a standard feature on all keyboards, it's a killer feature imho.
Used it since beta on original galaxy note -> nexus4 -> g4 and no regular lags were detected. The only phone that lags with it is galaxy note because its generally slow as fuck. You might need to review what hogs resources on your z2 and uninstall some shit.
Woah thanks anon I didn't know that
Xperia keyboard was able to process two languages at once. I didn't have to switch between two languages instead I was able to just type the language I preferred.
the one that allows me to put my waifu on it
AOSP with an xposed plugin so I don't get keyboard burn in like all of the cucks in this thread who aren't doing this to preserve their amoled screen.
I always mistype on my android keyboard. I recently typed something on a friend's 5s and it was a much faster and more accurate to type with. Maybe I haven't quite got used to a 5 inch phone.
It's autocorrect is god-tier, and because its just one row I can type without looking - just move my thumbs more to the left or the right. If you need to type something more exotic, you can draw the keyboard out to full size.