Android is naturally an operating system with potentials. Yes, each Android version can prove me right. I usually switch from one Android keyboard app to the other because I love trying out new things.
In this Android keyboard app race of mine, a lot of them have found a soft spot in my heart but some have decided to be permanent residents.
Below are the best Android keyboard apps every serious Android user should use and share. If you are reading this post, you are just a few steps to unleashing the full potentials of Android when it comes to selection/alternatives.
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So, here are the best Android keyboard apps you really should not miss before I delete this post. LOL
Best Android Keyboard Apps You Need Right Now
Should I say more? No. Yes, because I just love saying the truth. Each keyboard app you will find here deserves a space in your Android app’s drawer. If you can(like I do), you can put them all and switch to anyone you wish anytime.
Enjoy our hand-picked list of the best Android Keyboard apps trending on every serious Android user’s phone.
With over 1 million downloads, Swiftkey has always been the go-to app for any Android user who wants to try a new Keyboard that isn’t only rich in features but can be personalized easily.
Like every other keyboard app on this list, Swiftkey is my favorite Android keyboard app because of the following features:
- Swiftkey is very swift. It uses AI(Artificial Intelligence) to automatically learn your writing style, your favorite emoji, and your most used words. That makes it really personalized with autocorrect and predictive text that actually works because it adapts to your style.
- SwiftKey Keyboard can be designed to suit your taste with cool colors and themes.
- Swiftkey supports about 300+ languages.
- It literally saves your copied texts to its clipboard so you can paste seamlessly.
- Connects to your online accounts to learn how you type.
Although it asks for too many permissions to be granted, it still does what it promises so well.
Grammarly has been my favorite Grammar checker when I write blog posts. The Grammarly keyboard lets you type with complete confidence.
With over 1 million installs, it one of the best replacement for your stock Android keyboard. One of its most outstanding features is the ability to autocorrect your writing and take it to an all-new professional level.
It helps you learn much faster and reduces your typo errors every time you type. If you would like to type with confidence without annoying and irrelevant autocorrection, then Grammarly Keyboard is a good choice.
TouchPal Keyboard – Fun Emoji
TouchPal Keyboard with Fun Emoji is one of the best Android keyboard apps in the Google play store with a lot of positive reviews. No wonder my friend would never uninstall it even if you pay him.
With over 1 million installs, TouchPal keyboard strongly stands as one of Android’s best alternative to a stock keyboard. You get a lot of cool features to enjoy when you install this keyboard app.
- Thousands of Emoji, stickers, GIFs, Emoticons, and languages to choose from
- Like Swiftkey, it’s highly customizable
- Best Swype keyboard- Copy, cut, paste, arrow key
- It also has a clipboard feature for multiple copies and pastes functions
- Powerful predictive text, error correction, auto-correct mistyping, and spell checker
- Supports Android Wear
Explore more of its features when you install the app.
Gboard – Google Keyboard
Google’s own take on a Keyboard app is as perfect as the cut on Apple’s logo. Google GBoard is a very sweet keyboard, especially if you have a nice display. As usual, it’s not so large, easy to install and setup but with too many tasty features to enjoy.
Why should you install GBoard – Google Keyboard?
- It is simple
- It is fast and reliable
- It supports Glide Typing, and voice typing
- Google Search is built in. So you can easily search and share, right from your keyboard.
- Supports Emoji Search
- Multilingual typing
- Google Translate works seamlessly
If you want to enjoy what the Google Pixel users are enjoying, hit the download link.
The Keyboard can be personalized to the core, supports Emoticons, GIFs, and a thousand themes to give you that great look. It has multiple language support, font changer and a whole lot of awesome features you should dig out yourself.
Kika Keyboard – Emoji Keyboard, Emoticon, GIF
KiKa keyboard for Android makes typing really fun. It’s very customizable with different layouts to choose from.
Apart from its easy customization feature, it has a terrific huge library of free emoji and funny gifs for Messenger, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Facebook, Twitter, WeChat, Instagram, Line, Kik, IMO, Telegram, Yahoo SMS and other social media messengers.
So if you love Emoji, GIFs etc so much, this might be your favorite Android keyboard app. It’s also available across all major OS.
Facemoji Emoji Keyboard: GIF, Emoji, Keyboard Theme
Facemoji is a great keyboard app that has gotten too many sweet reviews. It has a lot of customizations options to make it look anyhow you wish. One thing that makes it so powerful is it’s pack of Emojis.
With 3600+ Emoji, Emoticons, Free GIF, Symbol, and Emoji Stickers to flex, your typing would always have some life in it.
It has a gaming mode layout, supports swipe gestures and then crowns it all with predictive inputs. But that’s not actually all, you have to find more by yourself.
With an awesome name that might look misleading to some, this keyboard is extremely simple but very powerful. Hacker’s Keyboard makes typing very easy like it was and should always be without too many complicated tunnels.
Still loving the Blackberry keyboard layout and experience or just want to try it out? The Blackberry Keyboard is available for Android and brings the real BB Keyboard to Andriod users.
It has renowned BlackBerry Keyboard, featuring auto-correction, next-word prediction, a personal dictionary, and type by swiping. Although it’s not available for non-Blackberry devices at the time of publishing this post.
We have come to the end of the list of our most respected keyboard apps for Android. If you can’t use all of them like I do, it’s really okay to try out a few and pick your best. If you have any keyboard app that’s worth checking out, please let me know via the comments section.
Why not check out more of our picks on Android apps below.