Review of best keyboard apps for Android in 2014

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There are many things that Android smartphones and tablets can do over iOS devices, as we know that Apple prefers to have more control over things, which has its positives and negatives. One feature that Android users seem to love is the ability to use different keyboards, and it is easy to see the appeal.

We have come across a video that looks at what they believe to be the best keyboard apps for Android in 2014, and we are sure you will have an opinion on the choice.

The video runs for just over 8 minutes and takes a look at a range of third-party keyboards that have been developed to offer the user more choice. We have seen how these devs are able to come up with some great ideas, and so we often wonder why Apple does not take note and offer more of a choice built-in to the iPhone?

For those of you who have never tried a different keyboard, then you are truly missing out. There are keyboards that offer innovative input methods, such as gesture typing, all of which are aimed at making your life easier and allowing you to type even faster.

One thing we will warn you, you will have to listen to the video review carefully, as the accent is Russian as far as we can tell, although you do get used to it after a while.

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Review of best keyboard apps for Android in 2014

 

  • ash

    Swype is the best one out there

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