If you think that Swype isn’t a good enough input system for your Android device, you might want to check out Swiftkey, as the beta is now available to the public. It can be used in place of the default Android keyboard, and while the letters are still quite skinny, its predictive ability is quite accurate, and if you allow it to, it can actually scan through your prior SMS list, and learn how you converse, in order to give you better predictions. Considering that it’s currently going for free on the Android Market, there’s no real reason not to give it a try. Check out a video of it in action after the jump.
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- Seen at: eurodroid