ThickButtons is another way to increase your texting speed and accuracy on Android.
I wrote earlier today about Swype, a new way of texting. Swype's method of sliding instead of tapping is pretty effective but requires a radically new way of thinking.
If you want something a lot easier (both to install and use) have a look at ThickButtons. The idea is that it anticipates what combinations of letters you are likely to use and makes those letters bigger as you type. Therefore you are a lot more likely to strike those letters, meaning the typing is faster and more accurate.
ThinkButtons 0.6 is free at the Android Market if you do a search. Thanks for the tip.
A new application allows world record speeds in text entry, now on Android devices.
Swype is a method of text input that allows you to enter text into a phone faster than traditional texting. Rather than lifting your finger (or using two fingers) to enter text, you play connect the dots. It is quick to pick up (5 minutes and you are already faster) and, in a quick test, it has MORESeth Weintraub - Jun 16, 2010 1:36 PM ET
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