Perfect Keyboard Update Makes it More “Perfect”
Not too long ago, we brought you news of Perfect Keyboard and its subsequent update. It seems as if XDA forum member for.digit has now released yet another major revision to his keyboard project building upon its greatest strength–customization.
In this newest release, you will find all that made the previous versions great such as many skins and layouts. However, now we are also bestowed with multi-touch and configurable auto correction! In the words of the developer:
Take command of your Android device’s touchpad keypad with a Perfect and smart Keyboard for android. You can add additional functionality to your device. Perfect Keyboard lets you use custom dictionaries, and adjust the keyboard’s vibration density. In short, Perfect Keyboard allows you to setup your Android phone or tablet’s touchpad keyboard so that it works best for you.
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