5 Android Keyboard Apps to Help You Type Better

The stock Android keyboard is quite good and offers all the features required for daily typing. However, most Android users love Android for its customizable nature, so having a custom keyboard is a common need. Fortunately, there are many third-party keyboards available in the Google Play Store that offer different features to satisfy different needs.

If you are looking for a good Android keyboard, then you are in luck, as we list here the best Android Keyboard apps which will surely satisfy your typing needs.


SwiftKey is considered the best Android keyboard that offers all around features which most Android users love. It has one of the best prediction capabilities with over 800 prediction-based emojis in its arsenal. It learns from your typing style and provides suggestions according to it, so the more you type, the better it gets.

Furthermore, it is completely free to use along with tons of purchasable theme packages. Its other notable features include the ability to customize the keyboard look, swipe or type capability, 100+ languages support, ability to type with 3 languages at the same time, cloud-sync, and precise auto-correct.


Swype and SwiftKey are head-to-head competitors with almost the same features and reliability. Swype is known for introducing the ability to swipe-to-type, which most other Android keyboard apps adopted later. It is completely free to use and sells premium themes to make some cash.

It does have some unique features, like it can be used with Android’s Explore By Touch and Talkback features to make it easier for vision-impaired individuals to easily use it. Furthermore, it has built-in gestures to do basic tasks like Search, Select All and Copy/Cut/Paste. Nuance Communications, Inc’s Dragon Dictation is built into Swype for speech-to-text typing.


Another feature-rich Android keyboard app that offers tons of reliable features with the ability to send GIFs is Fleksy Keyboard. It’s free, but it offers in-app purchases in the form of extensions to add further functionality. It is also known for faster typing using its next generation auto-correct feature and gestures.

Fleksy adds fun to typing by giving badges and rewards for using Fleksy. You can achieve badges and rewards for completing different tasks and certain milestones. This makes typing fun and rewarding as well as helps you to type faster.


If you are looking for a Android keyboard app that is light and feature-rich at the same time, then MultiLing O Keyboard is for you. It might not be as feature-rich as the above two, but it holds quite a punch with tons of unique features. It has support for 200 languages with PC keyboard layout, making it easy to adapt.

It offers all the standard features like swipe-to-type, auto-correct, gestures, themes, emoticons, etc. Apart from that, it has a built-in calculator, text transformation tool, DIY keyboard layout, customizable keyboard layout, edit mode and external keyboard support. However, you will have to download plug-ins to activate most features.


It is actually a stock Android keyboard for Nexus devices, but it has some grest features, making it worth trying out on other devices as well. Google Keyboard offers all the important everyday use features such as Swipe-to-type, auto-correct, prediction, emoticons support, multi-language support, and different keyboard layouts.

Apart from these basic features, you can voice type using Google’s own text-to-speech engine, and it will also learn from all your Google apps and sync all data over your other devices.

Most of the above mentioned keyboards can be used to their full extent for free, so there should be no problem in trying them out to see which one works best for you. Let us know in the comments which Android keyboard app you use on your Android device.

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