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Swiftkey Keyboard has to be one of Microsoft’s most popular apps after One Drive. This Android keyboard supports multiple languages with fast predictive dictionary. It’s a swipe-style keyboard that’s constantly learning and adapting to your unique typing style. Including your spelling dialect, slang, nicknames and emoji choices.
This keyboard is able to understand not only typing patterns, but also how words play together. This makes it good at predicting not only the next letter you’re going to type, but also the next word, sometimes even before you start typing. The keyboard app syncs your personal typing profile to the cloud. This allows for a perfectly consistent typing experience across all your devices.
A bar at the top of the SwiftKey Keyboard provides you with a shortcut to select a new theme. You can customize button layouts and almost everything on this keyboard. You can try those Samsung keyboard also.
Thumb keyboard and other features of Swiftkey
The thumb layout splits the keyboard into two columns, allowing you to use either thumb to type while holding the sides of your phone. Compact shrinks the size of each key and drags them to one side of the screen for one-handed typing (you can switch sides by pressing and holding the arrow that appears in this mode). In my testing, both thumb and compact modes made it easier to type on both a tablet and an alphabet, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 2.
This keyboard has almost everything on a single screen except for the letters. All letters also have other keyboard symbols that appear on each key. Just long press the A key to add the @ symbol. This eliminates the need to open a tab to select symbols, but the keyboard does look jammed.