Best Keyboard Apps for Android in 2020

by Karen Jodes technology world

Android users have got plenty of options to choose their keyboard from. Google provides a very capable and feature-rich pre-installed keyboard but if you are looking for some experiments and customization in your phone then we have got you a list of amazing advanced keyboards available for Android, which you can install on your Android phone and enhance your experience of texting. Let’s scroll through the list.


Swiftkey is a popular and probably the best third-party keyboard available for Android. It is offered by Microsoft and keeps receiving regular updates from the developers. It gives you many themes to choose from, the ability to customize, and also helps you in typing with its prediction and auto-correct features. If you are tired of typing, you also get a feature of typing with swipes. It also understands the way you write things, so the next time you are typing a message, it will save your time by suggesting the words. It is probably the best-personalized keyboard available for Android.


Gboard is a keyboard app that is offered by Google and comes packed with lots of amazing features. It is easy to use and comes with rich features offered by Google. It has got an in-built Google search option so you don’t have to switch to the browser window to look for any word. Gboard has got a very capable auto-correct and predictive text feature which makes it easy for you to type long texts. You can also search for relevant emojis and GIFs in the keyboard itself. Along with offering swipe typing like Swiftkey, Gboard also offers you typing in various languages. You can also type using your voice with Gboard.


Fleksy is another popular keyboard service available for Android which claims itself to be the fastest keyboard in the world. It has got accurate auto-corrects and superb gesture typing. You can download this keyboard for free from Google Play Store and run on your phone after allowing necessary permissions.


If you enjoyed using Gboard but looking for some more customizations with the same usability, then Chrooma is the best pick. It has got usability and design like Gboard but offers you a lot more customization. It offers you a split mode for thumb typing and you can also use it in night mode. It has got standard emojis. If you are worried about the grammar of your typed text, then it comes with a grammar check feature. This app is free to download and use, but if you pay for its paid version, you will be able to enjoy some more customization on your keyboard.

Slash Keyboard

Slash Keyboard is based on extensions that have got an in-built search for Google, emoji, Google Maps, YouTube, Giphy, Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, SoundCloud, and a few more services. It is entirely free to use and has got almost all the basic features of a good keyboard. Though it can be said that it needs some improvements in the auto-correct feature and gesture typing.

Ginger Keyboard

It is fun to use Ginger Keyboard with various themes, emoji, and games. Yes, you read that right. The Ginger Keyboard has got some inbuilt games that you can play without even switching the apps. You can play the classic snake game or latest 2048 while waiting for your friend to reply to your text. Ginger Keyboard has also got a spell checker which will make sure that you type your texts right. Ginger Keyboard is free to use but you can also buy its paid subscription for a year at $8.99 to unlock some premium features. 

TouchPal Keyboard

TouchPal has got all the basic features of a good keyboard which can be customized according to your need. This app has got some rich capabilities like built-in GIF support, emoticons and emoji, emoji art, premium themes, customizable fonts, dialect dictionaries, and much more. You can also access news headlines into the app only. You can use the gesture typing feature and the ability to resize your keyboard to enhance your typing experience. This app also enables you to access your clipboard history and to play some in-built games. This is not just a keyboard but also a guard of your phone because it includes an app locker also which will protect your apps with a password. This app is free to download but to unlock its premium content, you can also buy a subscription for $4.99 per year.

Keyboard apps listed in this article are the best keyboard apps available for Android, which you can use for a rich experience of typing on your mobile.


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