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10 best Android keyboards for all kinds of typists

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.

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Gboard is Google’s official stock keyboard. It comes with a lot of the basic features such as auto-correction, multi-lingual typing, and various customization features. Its claim to fame, though, is that Google Search is built-in. That means you can conduct searches without leaving the keyboard space. There is also a GIF search, voice typing, and Google Translate. Google adds features to this keyboard on a fairly frequent basis. It’s a powerful keyboard. The best part is that it’s also totally free to use with no in-app purchases.


Grammarly is one of the newer Android keyboards. It started life as a Chrome extension and it corrected your grammar as you typed. The Android keyboard version aims to do the same thing. It checks your grammar and spelling as well as punctuation. It’s newer, so it’s very much still in development. We expect more features to come with future updates. You still get a very clean looking keyboard that helps correct grammar mistakes in the meantime. We also like how it explains your corrections if you want it to so that you learn from it as well. The keyboard is entirely free as far as we can tell.

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If we missed any of the best Android keyboards, tell us about them in the comments!

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