The keyboard application may be probable the application you use most. Whether you are writing and email, sending an SMS or composing a tweet, you need access to a keyboard. Most keyboards are great, and you may find it hard to choose a perfect keyboard for your Android device. Below is a list showing the top keyboards for your Android device.

1. Swiftkey

Swiftkey app has managed to be a fan favorite for a while. The keyboard has a top notch autocorrect and predictions, many customization options and tons of themes to choose from. If you use it for a while, the keyboard learns from your text messages, social network and emails to auto-fill your addresses, your allies names, favorite words and more. Swiftkey also supports swipe to type and gesture typing. Moreover, its Flow through space spec lets you type sentences without lifting your finger. The app is free at Google Play Store.

2. Google Keyboard

Google applications are often popular among Android fan, and Google Keyboard is no exception. The Google has gesture typing and a dictionary that saves new words, predictive text based on the typing habits, text expansion built in and more. If you are looking for a quick and simple keyboard application, Google Keyboard will be a great deal. The app is also free in Google Play Store.

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3. Swype

This was the original gesture typing/swipe to type keyboard and it still comes preinstalled in some Android devices by default. Swype has improved its swipe to type engine, added more crowdsourced dictionaries, improved the predictive search engine and has more customization options. The keyboard also makes it easy to add copy past text and add punctuations by swiping key shortcuts. The app is flexible, fast and offers more hotkeys and shortcuts than most other keyboard.

4. Fleksy

Fleksy bills itself as the most customizable and fastest keyboard for Android handsets. Fleksy does not have a fancy swipe to type key board and predictions; however, it is has the best auto-correct feature of any keyboard. Its customization is brought about by its ability to add extensions to the top row and many themes. The app can be used as a simple row or crazy things like emoji and GIFs. The keyboard is designed for the tap typists not for those who love the gesture typing. The app has a free version from Google Play but in case you desire more tons of features, you can pick it up for $4 at Google Play Store.

5. TouchPal

TossuchPal takes the fifth slot. The keyboard application has a lot of same features as the previous applications on the list. One of the fantastic features in TouchPal is the ‘Wave.’ Once you type a single word, it display prediction on top of the letters you are most likely to type next. It is also an awesome keyboard app for using emoji.


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