Former Writer · Dec 22, 2012 at 04:00 pm

Kii Keyboard Offers Free Alternative to Swype and Swiftkey

Finding the right keyboard can be a challenge. Sometimes the gesture typing just isn’t accurate with your particular way of swiping. Sometimes, the predictive text is too aggressive and the auto spell isn’t aggressive enough. In any case, there are countless reasons why users are still searching for their optimum keyboard. There is a new keyboard out now that looks to be that keyboard—at least for some.

It’s called Kii Keyboard, and the premise is to bring all the best features under one proverbial roof. XDA Forum Member kiideveloper has posted the app for users to check out. The main features of the keyboard include:

●Main features:
★Smart and accurate predictions
★Extra number row on top
★Extra arrow row on top
★Swiftkey like next word prediction
★Gesture keyboard control
★Swype like gesture input
★Thumb Keyboard like split keyboard layouts
★Support iOS6 emoji input
★8 build-in HD themes
★Support a variety of themes: Go Keyboard, Better Keyboard, Themeshop Keyboard themes
★Font and color customization
★Use any pictures as keyboard background
★True Multi-touch keyboard

●Support 34 languages:

If you’ve been having problems with the more popular keyboards, this is definitely a fun option to try. With the split keyboard feature, this could also be a good option for tablets. If you’d like to give it a try, you can find more details in the original thread.


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