Last week we wrote a story about why the Windows Phone 8 keyboard is so good. Someone commented on that article, and it just so happened to be Kevin from Phandroid. He said that he would like to see a comparison between the WP8 keyboard and Swiftkey for Android. That sounded like a pretty good idea, so here it is.
In the video above I tested out a few sentences for the predictive text features of both keyboards. They performed very similarly with a slight edge to WP8. The same thing happened with the autocorrect test. The amazing this is that these features come stock in WP8, but in order to get them on Android you need to download an app. The stock Android keyboard has these features too, but many people claim that Swiftkey is superior. Does that make the WP8 keyboard the best in mobile? What do you think?