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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Install Third Party Keyboard Application

Samsung Galaxy SIII has come with the stock keyboard which is equipped with some features to facilitate your typing activities, such as auto capitalization option which will automatically capitalize the first letter of sentence.

See also: How to Enable or Disable Auto Capitalization on Samsung Galaxy S3

Even so, some users and insiders have said that in certain conditions they were not satisfied enough with the stock keyboard. Some of them said that the auto correct feature is not accurate and else. If you're also experiencing the same with them, then you might want to consider to install another third party keyboard app from the Google Play Store that suit your needs.


How to install third party keyboard app?
To do so kindly follow the steps listed below:
  1. Find the desired third party keyboard app you wish to install from the Google Play Store, then install it to your phone.
  2. Once the installation is completed, go to Settings.
  3. Tap Language and input.
  4. Here you should see your newly installed keyboard app as the option under Keyboard and input methods section.
  5. Tap the check box in the left side of your newly installed keyboard app to enable this keyboard.
  6. Tap Default.
  7. You should see a pop up menu appears contains with all installed keyboard app on your phone.
  8. Tap the newly installed keyboard app to set it as the default keyboard.

Well, there are various keyboard app available on the Google Play Store, so you can choose which the best one you like to use. But, it's not hurt if you read the review first to make sure that the app is work well. So, if you're not satisfied with the stock keyboard app then which the keyboard are you using now?

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