Here is a keyboard from SwiftKey that has been updated for Android users. Android users can now break the keyboard into two halves and use them according to their convenience. Not only that but the users can also reposition it and resize it if they are using a bigger tablet devices.
The update to SwiftKey 4.3 is available to download now from the Google Play store. The app was previously available in beta form but it's now lost that tag and is ready for the full usage. The update also comes with minor fixes and improvements.
As said earlier, the update brings about multiple new layouts of the keyboard which are dubbed as ‘compact', ‘full' and ‘thumb'. The ‘thumb' designed splits into two sections to make typing with each thumb easier on a tablet. SwiftKey 4.3 would be available as a free update to all the existing users. But the new users will have to pay Rs. 99 to download the app.
Here are some of the new features of SwiftKey 4.3 for Android
The update brings about a compact layout for easier typing with one hand or gesture typing using SwiftKey Flow.
The Thumb Layout that splits into two areas, enables fast and comfortable typing with both thumbs. While the Full layout is a traditional full-width keyboard.
Users can also choose from 5 sizes to get your keyboard the perfect size for you want and it can also be repositioned on your screen.
The update also enables the users to rearranged and optimized secondary (123) and tertiary (symbols) layout, based on extensive user testing.
Moreover, there is also a new theme. Users will find extended layout for tablets, including left and right cursor keys. Additionally, all 4 cursor keys (up, down, left, right) are now available on the secondary (123) layout on tablets - phone users can still choose to have cursor keys on the main layout.