Android is one of the best platforms out there, and what made most people fall in love is the customizability. For keyboards, for example, there are tonnes of them out there. And with the many choices available, a new challenge kicks in – choosing the best android keyboard for your needs. In this article, we have compelled a list of some of the best android keyboards for 2021.
1. Google Keyboard
Google keyboard is one of the best android keyboards out
there. It has GIF integration, smart learning, a personalized dictionary, and
also have themes for extra feel. The sticker collection is massive as well, and
how could we forget the machine learning predictive text. With G Keyboard,
machine learning predictive text, I’m able to text without typing a word. Other
features include an ad-free experience, and this Keyboard is also free to use.
2. Fleksy Keyboard
Fleksy Keyboard is our second-best android keyboard in this
list. Why Fleksy? You may ask. Here is why Fleksy is meant for fast typers. But
first, get ready to have your English checked. But the good thing is, Fleksy
supports multiple languages. Some unique functionality included in Fleksy
include handy add-ons, comprehensive search function, and emoji suggestion –
specifically for those who love throwing around emojis in the text without even
knowing what they mean. The user interface also does not disappoint. Oh, and
you can search YouTube videos and share them directly from your Keyboard! How
Grammarly, for the uninitiated, is a keyboard from the
popular grammar checker service Grammarly. For PC/laptop Grammarly offers
access via the web while on Android, all you have to rely on is their Keyboard.
This Keyboard does the job as expected – you can check your grammar mistakes
with correction suggestions, and also check plagiarism – for writers, if you
want to. Apart from being a lifesaver in official communication via email or
other professional apps like LinkedIn, you can still bet on this Keyboard for
4. Chrooma Keyboard
Love Google Keyboard already? Don’t skip this yet. Chrooma
might be what you have been looking for if G Keyboard has turned out limiting.
There is predictive typing, swipe typing, and also autocorrect. In addition to
that, there is theme customization, dark mode, a quick access bar, and
resize-ability. There is also multi-language support and incognito mode.
SwiftKey Keyboard is another alternative to Google
Keyboard. It has been one of the popular keyboards out there to date. Apart
from the ads, SwiftKey is an excellent alternative. It also has predictive
typing, intuitive emoji support, and tons of themes. There is also GIF and
sticker support, swipe typing, and support for over 300 languages.
6. Go Keyboard
Go Keyboard is also another household name for Android
keyboards. This Keyboard launched with tones of themes and currently houses
over 10,000 themes, from solid colors to nature themes, gradient colors – you
name it. The latest addition is the animated themes, which are so cool. Go
keyboard boasts over 1600 emoji and emoticons, multi-language support, swipe
typing, custom fonts, sound typing, and support for GIFs and stickers too.
Touchpal Android keyboard is another excellent keyboard
that has been around for years. The Keyboard has shipped as the main Keyboard
on some Chinese smartphones. The only setback about TouchPal is ads, but you
can remove them at only $2 – if that bothers you in any way.