If you thought there was no possible innovation beyond Swype in mobile keyboards, you were wrong. From time to time appear alternatives with new ideas as Snapkeys bringing a fresh air to your Android device.
It is the case of Minuum Keyboard, a successful project which – apparently unlike others – comes to light after being funded through Indiegogo and hits today same Google Play.
It is a new concept of keyboard based on the forecast. With a bye to the precision, this new keyboard collapses three rows of letters that we see on a conventional keyboard, adding the rest of signs and other characters using gestures, making it in one of the least intrusive keyboards out there.
And may (or may not) include elements such as the space bar (the other option is to insert it by sliding), also gives us the option of choosing the characters with precision holding in an area.
The keyboard is now available in Google Play in version 1.1.1, being compatible from Android 2.3.3 (Gingerbread) by a rather restrictive price of 2.90 EUR, Bearing in mind also that it is at the moment only available in English.
Minuum Keyboard Version 1.1.1
- Version of Android: from 2.3.3
- Developer: Whirlscape
- Download it in: Google Play
- Price: 2.90 EUR
- Category: Productivity