With Windows 10 Mobile nearing the end of its life, many of us have ditched our Lumia devices for Android. Android might have a great app ecosystem, but many features just aren't as good as Windows 10 Mobile, keyboards being one of them.
Forum user Jeevan Pulluru created a discussion about this topic on our forums, and we'd like to hear your thoughts.
For a time, the "Word Flow" keyboard on Windows 10 Mobile held the world record for swipe writing, and while Windows 10 Mobile's virtual keyboard has arguably been outpaced by some of its Android rivals, for those who were used to it, the Windows Mobile one still remains the best option.
We'd like to hear what Android keyboards you guys are using on your phones. I couldn't really stand any of the options I tried on Android, and actually devolved back to a full hardware QWERTY on the BlackBerry KEYone. In fact, it has gotten to the point where I actually prefer the KEYone's precision and speed over Windows 10 Mobile's, or even Windows Phone 8.1, which many felt had a better algorithm.
So what's your take? Jump in the forum thread and let us know.
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