Android users know that typing has suddenly become easier with gesture enabled keyboards for touchscreen android phones. Now there are many great alternative keyboards you can use for excellent typing experience on your Android. For Windows touch users however, the options are really limited. However, here’s a list of the keyboards where you can choose your best keyboard for Windows touchscreen smartphone.
Swype and SwiftKey which are among the best Android keyboards do not have Windows touch equivalents, but there are a few options. Join me explore these options.
TouchPal looks similar to the default keyboard: modern-looking black with white text. On top of having Swype-style typing, the keyboard has an option for its transparency, can be split in two by simply pulling it apart, and can be moved to one side by pinching together and then dragging it.
The biggest advantage this one has over TouchPal is the fact that you can customize the keys to anything you want—add another row, another column, more function keys, etc. The downside here is that it will only work on the desktop, and its Swype-like feature is actually much different than what you might be used to. The downside is that it cannot guess your words for you, sorry. You can download Inscribe from their website
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Inspired by Justin Dennis at MakeUseOf.