Android has so much to offer its users it is almost unfathomable. The sheer number of apps available for a particular function expands almost daily. One app type that we never get tired of showing you guys or giving you a chance to pick up, are keyboard apps. Yes, there are numerous keyboard apps floating around and each offers something different. Be it looks, feel, design, auto-correction, prediction or just themes. Whether or not you like the stock keyboard or like having options, Android has your back.
One keyboard that we here have used plenty of times and still use often is from A.I.type. Yes, the keyboard name is also A.I.type, not hard to remember. Overall the keyboard performs well and is extremely intelligent making it easy to type a message and have it be correct the first time. Will it make some mistakes, absolutely. It still does a fair job of keeping up and looks pretty good doing so.
A.I.type has more than one keyboard available though. They have your traditional phone keyboard replacement and one of my personal favorites, although I have yet to use it, FloatNSplit. Which is designed for tablets. It allows you to split the keyboard in half across your tablets screen and place each half where you want it and at what size. It really looks like it would make your typing experience on larger tablets much easier.
Both are pretty slick keyboards to have at your disposal. Why a video of both versions in action you ask? Because in celebration of A.I.types combined downloads reaching 1 million, they have graciously placed both apps on sale for 60% off. Making each one only $1.99. Not a bad deal for a killer keyboard. You can snag either or both versions below by clicking or scanning the QR codes.
Application: A.I.type Keyboard Plus
Application: FloatNSplit Tablet Keyboard Plus
I am the proud father of three, 3, 9, and 12. I recently upgraded from the Samsung Galaxy S3 to the Sony Xperia Z. Having so many kids warranted a change of pace. Let me tell you, it is mind blowing. I love Android, I love tech and I love my family. Not in that order though. I work hard, play even harder and take care of all that are around me when I can.