For many people, the default keyboard that comes on their devices is passable. It is usually either the stock Android keyboard or the OEM keyboard from Samsung, LG, etc. However, those are not your only options. There are a variety of third party keyboard apps for Android that have all sorts of features.
Some focus more on fun and customization. Others focus on better typing. Some even do both! These days, Microsoft’s SwiftKey and Google’s Gboard kind of dominate the market. It’s definitely not the robust part of the app industry these days. There are still some good options, though. Let’s take a look at the best Android keyboards! We would like to wish a warm bon voyage to Swype as it reaches its end of life. Additionally, TouchPal was removed from the list after a malware scandal. If you can stomach the learning curve, DOTKey is a neat idea as well.
If we missed any of the best Android keyboards, tell us about them in the comments!