Here you will discover four alternative keyboards for Android and choose the best one for you.
The beauty of Android is that it's highly customizable and that it gives you enormous freedom to do with it whatever you want. Changing the standard keyboard is one of such things.
If you text a lot or tend to make a lot of typos, you should think about changing the stock keyboard for something more advanced or, even, better. That's why in this article I'll show you for best alternative Android keyboards.
Four Great Alternative Keyboards for Android
SwiftKey 3 Keyboard
This is the winner, in my opinion. This keyboard is highly customizable and offers a variety of settings. I type very fast. When I used the standard Android keyboard, I made tons of typos. Thanks to this keyboard, practically all my typos are corrected and I can type even faster.
Its main features include:
nice-looking, intuitive themes to choose from
comfortable (ideal size at least for me and my HTC One X)
a ton of different settings and personalization features
it gives much more accurate corrections and predictions than other keyboards
it learns the words and phrases you use (it can learn them from SMS, e-mail, Twitter etc.)
it supports all languages
it contains nice statistics e.g. number of typos corrected (in my case it's 7689 within two weeks, which makes me 41% more efficient at typing thanks to this keyboard)
this is a paid keyboard
Here are some screenshots:
In this short video, you can see SwifKey Keyboard.
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