SlideIT keyboard allows you an enhanced typing experience over the stock keyboard that comes on most handsets. You can tap to type or you can do just as the name suggests and slide it to type each and every word. There are multiple customizable themes to bring a personalized experience to typing, and it supports over 70 languages, has more than 60 skins for the keyboard, and it even has speech to text so you can still get messages out even when you need to be hands free.
Ginger Keyboard gives you smart, predictive text, smart grammar check, smart swipe typing, a smart spell checker, fun emoji’s, and tons of fun keyboard themes all in a neat little package that makes typing, simple, quick, and accurate. Use the Ginger Page feature to proofread, listen to your texts in spoken word thanks to the text to speech, and find alternate ways to rephrase your texts.
Go Keyboard is all about customization and making typing fun. Sure the keyboard works great, and it gives a great amount of accuracy, but with GO Keyboard it’s all about the themes. There are over 10,000+ colorful and imaginative themes in the Play Store and the GO store for download to further customize your typing experience. GO also offers 800+ emojis, word correction, multiple different layouts so you can set the keyboard up just the way you want it, and it supports voice input.
ai.type is a keyboard that aims to offer users a smart and accurate typing experience. It has next word prediction, completion, and auto-correction, swipe typing capabilities, thousands of themes, and tons of personalization options, along with other features like on-keyboard search to help you find text easily and voice narration. You can also design your own themes and share them with friends.
TouchPal-Emoji Keyboard and Themes
TouchPal like many other keyboards will attempt to give you a fast and accurate typing experience, and enhance that with the capability to use hundreds of emojis,(800+)emoji art, tons of emoticons, and loads of themes which you can further customize yourself. TouchPal also offers curve, which is their version of a swipe typing experience.
sometimes minimalist is best and that’s what Minuum is going for here. It has features like next word prediction and completion like other keyboards, but unlike most other keyboards it only takes up a small portion of the screen(essentially one line plus the word prediction above the letter row). However it does allow users to have a more normal size keyboard as well if you prefer to type that way. It also offers smart watch support, emojis, cursor control, and a nifty little feature to float the keyboard so you can still type while moving between apps. Minuum boasts fast, sloppy typing and urges users not to worry about accuracy as Minuum will take care of that for you. We say put it to the test.
Swype is probably the oldest third party keyboard experience on this entire list, and its managed to stay one of the top keyboards through all its time on the Android platform. Swype features some of the best word prediction out there, and for most people it still offers the best and fastest swipe typing experience. Swype also offers themes based off of major sports teams like the Seattle Sounders. It also features personal dictionary and backup sync, language downloads, tablet keyboards, and gestures for different quick actions.
The Google Keyboard used to be found only on the stock Android devices but they eventually dropped the app on the Play Store for anyone to enjoy, which was a smart move as the keyboard offers up a really accurate typing experience. It has the next word prediction like many other keyboards, space-aware gesture typing, a handful of different themes including some that are material design, keypress popup animations, voice typing, and dictionaries for more than 25 different languages. Hands down if you want a minimal keyboard with a few different theme options but is extremely accurate and fast, Google Keyboard should be your go-to, and it’s free.
Swiftkey is another keyboard that has been around a while, although not nearly as long as Swype. Swiftkey includes many great features like the flow typing option if you like swiping your finger across the screen to type, tons of themes to customize your typing experience, emoji and emoji prediction, personalized predictions by learning from your apps like gmail, SMS, and social feeds, and much more. The best part about Swiftkey is that learns. When you use it and type up words in your social and messaging apps, it’ll begin to learn how you speak and store those words for later use, ever expanding its own dictionary. It also has the ability to store your writing style in the cloud so you can re-sync things on a new device.
Fleksy may be one of the youngest keyboards around, probably newer than any on this list, but it quickly rose to the top as a leading keyboard with its claim to fame with speed and accuracy. With Fleksy you can type fast free of worry in knowing Fleksy has your back and will correct words when needed. It also features a number of colorful themes for the keyboard, like the Chameleon theme for example which switches colors to match the theme color of apps. You can also customize the size of the keyboard, use gestures for actions like deleting whole words and switching between punctuation, and it now even offers custom extensions like GIF keyboard with hundreds of pre-loaded GIF’s at your fingertips. It also supports over 40 languages and counting. If you want a great keyboard, Fleksy is definitely worth trying out.