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How to Change Your Android Keyboard

The keyboard app on your phone might be outdated, featureless, or worse, insecure. You might be using the same basic stock keyboard that came with your Android phone — something that hasn’t been updated in two years. When it comes to Android keyboards, there are better, faster, and more secure options out there. Try a Third-Party Keyboard App Switching to another Android keyboard doesn’t cost you anything.
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