Android, no doubt a very versatile and open system has a number of apps coming in every other day. And some days back, the app market reached more than 100,000 apps, more than 60% of them being free. Yes, you got your hands on a big-screen device, and you’d surely like to make a number of tweaks. Keyboard changes?? yes, they are one of them. In this article, we will review some of the many Android keyboard apps available in the Google Play Store that you should look into!
3 Android Keyboard Apps
It uses Touch Type’s breakthrough technology to predict the next word you are willing to type, before pressing a key. It’s fast, accurate and intelligent according to its current users. Key features include next-word prediction, dynamic learning, gesture support, and nine different language supports. Input options include auto complete, auto accepts, auto caps, QWERTY, AZERTY, QZERTY, QWERTZ keyboard layout support, mistyping correction, auto insertion of accents and linguistic conventions. ($3.99 in Market)
This app becomes a great way to quickly input text on virtual keyboards by sliding on virtual letters. It’s fast, accurate and easy to learn. You can add words to the dictionary with an inbuilt manual learning library. Features include learning library, accuracy, speed, and double letters. To change your default keyboard to SlideIT, navigate to settings > languages & keyboard > select SlideIT keyboard. Or simply do a long press on any text input area and select SlideIT. A free demo is available from the marketplace, yet you can buy the pro version €5.99.
This is a simple android keyboard app with a basic thumb input idea. The keyboard is split into two halves. So type with the ease of your thumbs while handling your device. The concept is that the keys are defined with greater width and typing with the thumb on the device can be done in an easier and more natural way. Simple press and hold the keyboard icon for switching between layouts, and settings and selecting other input methods. Key options include QWERTY big & small layout and QWERTZ big & small layout. (available for $1.03 on the market)
These are some of the top-ranked Android keyboard apps in the market currently. Swype is famous too, but the reason we didn’t add it as it is not available in the market. Secondly, Swype comes in as a default keyboard with devices like Samsung Galaxy S. Anyhow, if we have missed any of the Android keyboard apps, you think deserved to be reviewed! hit back in the comments and we will definitely look into that!