By Taylor Martin | March 20, 2013 7:43 PM
Typing on small touchscreens, while it has improved over the years, still isn’t the best experience. That’s to proprietary interfaces from manufacturers like HTC, Samsung and Motorola, many stock keyboards lack useful, innovative features.
Fortunately, one of the many advantages of Android is the ability to switch out the stock applications and services with alternatives. The stock launcher, for instance, can be hidden away an never used again simply by downloading a third-party launcher from Play and set the new one to default. Switching out the stock keyboard is just as simple. Download one of the many replacements, activate it and forget about the old one.
In this video, I share some of the best Android keyboards and two unique adaptations that aim to drastically change the way we type on our smartphones.