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  Reply # 766812 21-Feb-2013 08:45

Gotta say I'm impressed so far.

Flow seems to be putting the punctuation marks and capitals in the right places and anything that speeds up my pathetic typing skills is a real bonus.

The only down side of enabling Flow is that you can no longer swipe down to hide the keyboard.

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  Reply # 766859 21-Feb-2013 09:56 Send private message

Very impressed with the "Flow into Space", very impressed indeed.

Swipe down to hide and swipe left to delete I will miss, but I think overall I can live with it given the pluses.

Incidentally, Swiftkey is on sale for half off at the moment, if you are an Android user and inexplicably aren't already on the best keyboard available.




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  Reply # 767908 22-Feb-2013 20:52 Send private message

I gave up during the beta testing and went for the Kii Keyboard for a while, but have now come back. The final version is much better and well worth trying.






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