Productivity

Nuance FlexT9 Gives You Four Android Input Methods In One App

One of Android’s handiest features is the range of alternate software keyboards available if you don’t like the default choices on your phone or tablet. Nuance FlexT9 demonstrates that in a fairly extreme way, offering a choice of four different input methods: speaking, Swype-style tracing, tapping on a normal keyboard and entering letters by writing them.

The Australian English version of Nuance FlexT9 is a free download until September 14; the $4.99 paid version adds support for additional languages.

I’m on the road and away from my test Android devices, so I haven’t given this a run yet. Any comments from people who do give it a try are, as always, welcome.

Nuance FlexT9 [Android Market]


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