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Windows Phone 7 has one of the best on-screen keyboards we’ve seen. The keys are tall, the text prediction is fantastic, and the “clicky” sound when you hit each key is quite satisfying. What if you have an Android? XDA user frostincredible has come up with an Android keyboard that closely matches that of Windows Phone 7. While the clicky sounds are not yet there, the developer says that it’s on his todo list. To get this to work, just download and install the APK file. Then, go into Settings>Keyboard, and change the default keyboard.

Source: XDA

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