Description: We’ve already taken a look at the Adaptxt keyboard before, but since then there’s been some changes made and the keyboard has gone from strength to strength. Here we’re talking about version 3.0 of the keyboard. Adaptxt is one of the most flexible keyboards available on Android, with 93 languages, 44 industry-specific dictionaries available, location-specific word predictions and more options to customize the look and feel of your keyboard than you can count. An excellent keyboard that offers Android users a solid choice, is Adaptxt the keyboard you’ve been waiting for? Read on to see how the latest version of this flexible and predictive keyboard shapes up.
How it Works: Before you can do anything with Adaptxt, you’ll first need to download Adaptxt Keyboard from the Google Play Store. From there, you’ll be asked to go through the setup procedure.
Once you’ve gone through those first few steps, you’ll be told about some of the key features that make Adaptxt such a good keyboard, like the location-based predictions.
You can start typing right away of course, but to get the most out of Adaptxt, you’ll want to pay a visit to the app’s comprehensive settings menu.
My favorite part of the settings is being able to customize the look and feel of my keyboard to exactly how I like it.
Once you have your keyboard setup and changed the settings you want, you can start typing just as you would with any other keyboard.
Opinion: I found the customization in previous versions of Adaptxt to be one of its crown jewels and now, it’s gotten even better. For someone as particular as myself, being able to change key shapes, key colors and even the font style and color is a really great feature. I’m pretty good with virtual keyboards like these, but being able to adjust the height of the keys is an excellent touch and the granularity of the options here is excellent. The typing experience is overall very fluid and responsive, but the word prediction is spookily accurate and if you use it for long enough, you’ll be shocked at how little you have to type to get a quick message put together. There’s a free trial offer, so there’s no excuse not to give it a go.
- Speed (4/5) – While not blazing fast, Adaptxt allows you to type at a comfortable pace without any hiccups.
- Features (5/5) – Adaptxt 3.0 now has so many options, tweaks and dictionaries on offer that it’s a wonder they managed to pack it all into just one app. Tinkerers and those looking to tailor their typing experience to their taste will love this.
- Theme (4.5/5) – Being able to change everything about your keyboard – from font style to background image- makes this an excellent choice for any Android smartphone. Whether you like dark themes, light themes or lots of color, Adaptxt can give you what you want.
- Overall (5/5) – An excellent keyboard for Android, Adaptxt 3.0 is well worth trying out and the wealth of options offered could change the way you type.
- Adaptxt will have you typing at a fast rate before you know it.
- No matter your native tongue or industry you’re in, Adaptxt has language and add-on packs to suit pretty much every need.
- Offers more customization options than any other keyboard, with granular options on offer to tweak size, look and feel of your keyboard.
- Free trial gives users a chance to try things out and the full price isn’t too much to pay for something like this.
- No Emoji support as with other keyboards.
- Does take a long while to learn all your common words and such.
Conclusion: Adaptxt has always been a good keyboard, but this latest version solidifies a lot of the great features that make it such a good alternative. The customization options are better than ever, and while it does take a little time to get to know your words and such, it’s very accurate and useful once it has learnt everything. With 93 languages supported, this is a universal keyboard that can be used the world over and the customization options to create your own perfect keyboard make this a nearly perfect keyboard for those that like to take control of Android. There’s a free trial on offer, so why not try Adaptxt out? You might find that it changes the way you type on your smartphone.