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Pick your own keyboard.
Siri has been getting all kinds of press lately, and, sure, it can be amusing to try to get Siri to say off-color things. Yet, when I’m using data on my phone, I prefer text-based input. Unlike the iPhone, on Android, you have the ability to choose your own keyboard, such as Swype. Many Android phones come with Swype pre-loaded, but it’s not usually the default keyboard. Just press any text entry area for a few seconds and a menu will pop up. Select “Input method” and then choose “Swype.” That’s it.
In Pictures: 10 ways to make Android faster, more productive and more secure than iPhone