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Go Keyboard V0.0.7 from Go Dev Team
If you’re at all familiar with the Go Dev Team, you’ll know that most of their developments are not only free, but spiffing beyond belief. Go Weather is a fantastically coded app, as is Go SMS, Go Contacts, Go Dialer, and Go Launcher. Basically, in short, you can’t go wrong with a bit of wonderful ‘Go’ on your phone. That’s why when I saw from XDA member humouse that the Go Dev Team were producing a keyboard, I could only assume that it was going to be amazing.
Even though the keyboard is still in beta, it actually runs really well. After installing the app myself, I found the predictive “features” getting a little frustrating at times, and you cannot hold-press a letter and have a sub-menu appear with numbers and alternate letters. However, looking past the few issues it has, you can still apply themes to it, which makes it fantastically cool.
Originally posted by humouse
GO Keyboard V0.0.7【GO DEV TEAM】
1. Predict in multiple languages and keyboard layouts
2. Has accurate dictionaries
3. Smart to set skin and back ground
4. Import contacts
5. Import SMS
*Auto-memory and correct as you type
There will be more multiple languages that we are going to predict.
More fascinating, more freedom is our destination.
If you have any question or suggestion, please contact us by email, thank you!
But again, looking past the eye candy, I still don’t think the keyboard holds a finger to Smart Keyboard PRO. That being said, if you would like to support the Go Team by downloading the app and suggesting how to improve the keyboard, head on over to the original thread.
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