I love T9 texting. It's what I grew up with, and the keyboard I prefer on a phone. When I had my Samsung note I used the Go Keyboard. I loved it and it worked great. When I recently got my LG V20, the Go Keyboard wouldn't do the 3x3 T9 texting. I emailed them and they never responded. I tried several different keyboards until g found this one, and I am so happy g did. It allows me to use the texting I know and love. I only wish there was a way on the keyboard to switch to the standard keyboard. But overall super happy with this app, and I hope it doesn't change!
Best keyboard I've found Just got a LG G4 & found I didn't like the stock kb. My Galaxy S4 kb was great for swiping plus other nice features. I got free trial of this jelly bean keyboard and bought the paid version for $3 w/in a few days. Swiping works great & paid vers has option to put number bar at the top of the kb which I use a lot. Also has long press for alt character feature. 2 things other kb's in play store were missing. Plus other cool features. Worth it! Great job guys!
Good but could better Happy with the keyboard app in most things. It gives a lot of options on how to set the keyboard up. You can choose the color, sound and how loud, the size and type of font. However, the prediction is off. You have to just about spell the word out before it figures the word out. If you type the main word and select that and then backspace so you can add a d or s, it removes everything and you are forced to type the full word. Also missing my keyboard predicting the next 2 words.
This app rivals other keyboards I've tried a number of keyboards This one reminds me of Smart keyboard Pro. In fact its very similar. However it takes the best features of Smart Keybord Pro. It uses the built-in user dictionary and many Smart Keyboard Pro features. If you are worried about blue light you can set the hints to another color.
Officially my keyboard dreams come true! I've been using JB keyboard since the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, my very first Android smartphone. The stock version that came with the Galaxy Nexus was by far the only one I could ever use. FFW to the SIII and I found it on GooglePlay and have been using a version of it ever since. This version by this developer has finally outdid the one I'd been using. It seems fairly new and now that it even has a working emoji plugin I am sold!!! Forget Swiftkey, download this!
One of the best.. I use this on my phone and it has saved me hours of madness with not having to hunt and peck my way through the keyboard, and having a voice option that actually works (what happened to google's keyboard?) Is awesome. Installing this on my tablet, and as soon as I get done moving, will be buying the pro version. :-)
- updated app to use open emoji plugin because the handcent emoji plugin is no longer available
Slash is a free, super-charged keyboard that makes it easy to share anything!