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  Reply # 372973 26-Aug-2010 08:55
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kiwitrc: This might help you choose. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/news/breaking-news/melissa-thompson-smashes-worlds-fastest-texting-recor... thats almost 10 seconds faster on Swype


I can see it if those words were pre-loaded into the keyboard.....but if they weren't, that's an incredible time.

Once you use a new word not in the keyboard's lexicon, it becomes ridiculously fast to enter even very long, complex words.....but that FIRST time...speed-bump.  




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  Reply # 372974 26-Aug-2010 08:58
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Surely everyone has Serrasalmus preloaded into their keyboard :)

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Reply # 373032 26-Aug-2010 10:40
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Using Swype on my SGS, Swype rocks

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  Reply # 373047 26-Aug-2010 11:12
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I use swype on my nexus one and find it great, quicker than tapping out words on the normal keyboard. 

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