Swift key 3 keyboard ,Android app
SwiftKey 3 understands how words work together, giving much more accurate corrections and predictions than other keyboards. Very sloppy typing will magically make sense, even if you miss spaces, and SwiftKey 3 also predicts your next words. SwiftKey 3 learns the words and phrases you use, and how you interact with your keyboard as you use it, to make typing easier and even more accurate over time. You can also personalize it using your Gmail, Facebook, Twitter or blog posts.
SwiftKey is among Android’s best selling apps for a reason — it transforms your keyboard, making typing a breeze and saving you hassle every day.
Typing on touchscreen smartphones with small virtual keyboards can be challenging. But various keyboard apps are available that try to make the task easier. For Android users, Swype was an early entrant in this category — it allows you to type words by dragging your finger from letter to letter in one continuous motion. It sounds crazy, but it works. That said, if you prefer the more traditional method of pecking at individual keys, there are options for you, too.
Over the past two weeks, I’ve been using two Android smartphone keyboard apps: SwiftKey 3 and Thumb Keyboard. SwiftKey 3 aims to improve the typing experience by learning how you type and predicting what you’ll write next, based on context. Meanwhile, Thumb Keyboard offers a split-key layout that makes it easier to type with your thumbs; it also offers text prediction. The default Android keyboards have long offered predictive typing to auto-complete a word, but what they currently lack is the contextual intelligence to guess what word comes next.
SwiftKey 3, which is developed by TouchType Ltd., costs $3.99 and comes in a smartphone and tablet version. There is a free version that lets you try out the app for a month. Beansoft’s Thumb Keyboard costs $2.49, but is currently on sale for $1.26. The app offers both phone and tablet keyboards, but there is no free trial version.
SwiftKey is also good at correcting mistakes. The keyboard’s “Smart Space” feature detects when you have a misplaced space or forgot to insert spaces while quickly typing a string of words, and it worked well in my tests. SwiftKey also fixed many of my spelling errors, and if you need to delete a word, you can do so by swiping from right to left on the keyboard.