Customizable Android on-screen keyboard for multiple languages.
AnySoftKeyboard vs Gboard opinions
It took a bit of time for me to get used to but it eventually worked out. A great alternative to Gboard with lightweight (10 MB) and has no unnecessary features (GIFs, stickers etc.)
There is no way to get a default keyboard feel. Every single layout option has some idiotic decision like how if you want symbol hints your L key is replaced by an apostrophe. Ignore the shills.
No swipe/glide gesture writing feature
OpenBoard is a 100% foss keyboard based on AOSP, with no dependency on Google binaries, that respects your privacy.
OpenBoard vs Gboard opinions
It's basically the open source alternative to Gboard doing all the same while also being privacy-oriented and trustworty (unlike proprietary virtual keyboards that undoubtedly are not your friend, unfortunately). OpenBoard is a no-brainer and I urge people to try it. :)
FlorisBoard is an open-source keyboard aimed at providing you with an easy way to type while respecting your privacy.
FlorisBoard vs Gboard opinions
Open source and has many features that other Keyboards dont have
It's best alternative to gboard with swipe features. One more thing it's opensource and completely free
SwiftKey Keyboard uses Artificial Intelligence to automatically learn your writing style, including the emoji you love to use (if you use emoji), the words that matter to you and how you like to type. That means autocorrect and predictive text that actually works because it...
Microsoft SwiftKey vs Gboard opinions
Are you missing the key layout you're used to from your computer when using an Android device? This software keyboard has separate number keys, punctuation in the usual places, and arrow keys. It is based on the AOSP Gingerbread soft keyboard, so it supports multitouch for...
Hacker's Keyboard vs Gboard opinions
the best to write commands in terminal
This keyboard is created for those who only need a keyboard and nothing more.
Simple Keyboard vs Gboard opinions
I'd definitely have this over Gboard, but I'd have OpenBoard over Simple Keyboard.
Super lightweight (~ 1/3 MB) yet flexible and powerful soft keyboard. Plus an English plugin still less than 1 MB. (Swype ~15 MB, Minuum ~18 MB, Google Keyboard ~15 MB, Swiftkey ~8 MB, TouchPal ~ 8.5MB)
Multiling O Keyboard vs Gboard opinions
The most customizable keyboard I ever found on android . It allows the user to use a personalized background, make your own keyboard with the letters, symbols, emojis, shortcuts to copy, paste, delete by words or by letters, etc ... also respects privacy as it does not have internet permissions.Highly recomended
Fleksy is the fast and fun way to type that allows you to find and send GIFs, and customize your keyboard with powerful Extensions and beautiful themes.
Fleksy vs Gboard opinions
fancy and can be very small when the spacebar is disabled.
It's just so simple and customizable ! Love the gestures like quick swipe left to delete And safe web search !
This key board is way more precise than Swiftkey or Gboard, and focuses on privacy.
Grammarly’s Mobile Keyboard is the personal editor you can take with you wherever you go. With hundreds of checks and features and seamless integration, Grammarly helps you type with ease in any app. Whether you’re sending an urgent email, important LinkedIn message, or...