The default keyboard (stock keyboard) that comes on a device might not be a better choice for you. You always wanting something more.
Without a good keyboard, your communication on a smartphone becomes easy. Finding the perfect Android keyboard as per your needs is not an easy task. How you select a keyboard? It depending on the type of typist you are.
Today we are listing the best Android Keyboards apps for 2015.
One of the best advantage of SwiftKey Keyboard is it will personalize word predictions from your Gmail, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote that will delivering the best next-word prediction, smarter autocorrect. With SwifKey’s beautiful themes you can easily customize the look of your keyboard.
Google Keyboard is the next in our list. The default keyboard has come a long way in its own right. The Google Keyboard is completely free with amazing word recognition and next-word prediction. In Android 4.4 KitKat and up has gesture typing with dynamic floating preview that brings the you the best typing experience.
Swype allows you to swipe out words or whole sentences. It supports typing in two languages at once, for bilingual users. Swype is not a free app but the trial version is good for 30 days. Swype allows users great customization d including long-press delay, vibration duration, keyboard height and mini left/right keyboards in landscape mode.
Minuum started as an IndieGoGo project, now changed to smarter, smaller keyboard that lets you do more with your screen space. With Minuum Keyboard app you can monitor your typing speed and also instantly access thesaurus, dictionary, Google search, and share functionality. You can try Minuum for free for 30 days.
TouchPal is a populat Keyboard app with over 10 million installs. TouchPal enhance next word prediction and other predictions by cloud computing. TouchPal supports over 85 languages and 900+ Emoji/ Emoji Art (big Emoji)/ Emoticons (Smileys).
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