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]