1. tinashe_1's Avatar
    Is it possible to install SwiftKey on my z3, if possible how do I set it as default keyboard?

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    03-27-16 04:13 AM
  2. JamBueree's Avatar
    Technically you can, but it will only work on Android apps.

    Think of it this way, BlackBerry 10 has its own world whilst the Android Runtime is in a whole different world.
    Whatever is in one world stays there.

    If you install SwiftKey which is only possible by downloading the Android APK and installing it, the only possible use of it will be when using Android apps.
    As for using it as the default keyboard for the whole device, entirely not possible.
    03-27-16 05:20 AM
  3. tinashe_1's Avatar
    Thanks. Is there any 'keyboard' similar to SwiftKey which is compatible with z3 on BlackBerry World?

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    03-27-16 10:55 AM
  4. Lusitano17's Avatar
    Thanks. Is there any 'keyboard' similar to SwiftKey which is compatible with z3 on BlackBerry World?

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    The BlackBerry keyboard can't be beat...why try to change it?

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    03-27-16 11:02 AM
  5. MB64's Avatar
    Technically you can, but it will only work on Android apps.

    Think of it this way, BlackBerry 10 has its own world whilst the Android Runtime is in a whole different world.
    Whatever is in one world stays there.

    If you install SwiftKey which is only possible by downloading the Android APK and installing it, the only possible use of it will be when using Android apps.
    As for using it as the default keyboard for the whole device, entirely not possible.
    Look at you jambueree!! You go girl!!....lol

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    03-27-16 11:05 AM
  6. tinashe_1's Avatar
    I often correct autocorrect more than it corrects me. I don't want to turn off autocorrect either. I am used to SwiftKey, it's very good at predicting word compared to BlackBerry keyboard

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    03-27-16 11:53 AM
  7. JamBueree's Avatar
    I often correct autocorrect more than it corrects me. I don't want to turn off autocorrect either. I am used to SwiftKey, it's very good at predicting word compared to BlackBerry keyboard

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    Long story short, there's no way to change the keyboard for the BlackBerry 10 OS. It's fixed to its own keyboard.
    03-27-16 07:45 PM

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