One thing Google Play Store is definitely not lacking are third-party keyboard applications. There are tons of options available in the Play Store, ranging from Google’s very own Google Keyboard, and the widely popular SwiftKey, all the way to the likes of TouchPal and the Chrooma Keyboard which is the newest app out of this bunch. This app has been announced earlier this year, and has managed to become quite popular in a very short time span, mainly thanks to its features. That being said, the beta app has just been updated, and it brings quite a few improvements / changes, read on.
The Chrooma Keyboard 3.0 Beta is now available. You’ll need to be enrolled in the company’s beta testing program in order to be available to download this app from the Google Play Store, of course. Now, as already mentioned, there are quite a few new features included here. This update brings the ‘Action Row’, which is essentially a customizable row which allows you to include various options in it, at least that’s what the source says. New gestures have also been added to Chrooma in this update, you can now swipe up in order to delete everything you wrote to a certain point (delete the entire draft), and if you swipe along the spacebar you’ll be able to move the cursor, which is far more convenient than tapping on a particular part of your draft, that never ends well and you need to tap at least a few times, presuming your display isn’t gigantic. This update also brings custom gesture trail and text colors, while new styles for the keyboard are also available. Chrooma 3.0 Beta includes new emojis, redesigned settings and emoji page, and various bug fixes, of course.
As you can see, Chrooma 3.0 beta has plenty to offer, and we do hope these features will come to the full version of the app soon. If you’re not really good at waiting for updates, you can become a Chrooma Keyboard beta tester, and download the Beta 3.0 version of the app from the Google Play Store. All you need to do is join Chrooma’s Google+ community, and then opt in to become a Chrooma beta tester.