Keymonk Keyboard

Keymonk Keyboard

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Type faster than ever before! Sweep words with both fingers twice as fast as Swype or SlideIT.
Android Police: "A very interesting take on mobile input... give it a shot".
El androide libre: "A keyboard revolution".
The Guardian: "Is there room for another big third-party Android keyboard besides SwiftKey and Swype?".

Available in English, Hebrew, Spanish, Italian, French and German.


A video is worth 10,000 words so check it out to see how Keymonk works.


Keymonk was tested on Galaxy S2 and should work with any compliant text editor on any smartphone with good multi-touch support.


Some devices, including high-end devices, have defective multi-touch support. If you see the Keymonk touch indication circles flicker or change colors while sweeping with both fingers, that may be an indication that your device does not support multi-touch well.

Keep each finger at its side of the keyboard and avoid bumping them into one another since it might confuse the touch screen.


Keymonk might not work with particular text editors that are not compliant with the Android API. If you experience problems please send an email to


Help me improve this software by sending feedback and error reports to


Keymonk respects your privacy and does not collect any of your data.

Tags: keymonk keyboard on portrait, kemonkkeyboard help.

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Tap and hold the Enter key to insert emoticons.

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Comments and ratings for Keymonk Keyboard
  • (72 stars)

    by Nelson Cheng on 16/04/2014


  • (72 stars)

    by Shekhar Sherikar on 14/04/2014

    Strengths: Great concept. Minimalist UI. No multiplexing of keys. No bloatware. Accomplishes it's task competantly. Shortfalls: The multi-touch algorithm needs improvement. No split layout option, due to which the thumbs tend to run into one another (happ

  • (72 stars)

    by Alex Bourgeois on 08/04/2014

    Excellent app I type much faster now but there is a learning curve. I also find myself putting my thumbs in each others way a lot. I guess it's a matter of habit.

  • (72 stars)

    by Barry Whittle on 08/04/2014

    I wish this didn't keep the trace visible after finishing a word,and what's with the big circle following my thumb around the screen? Very off putting.. Otherwise it's an excellent slide keyboard.

  • (72 stars)

    by Frank Ogden on 08/04/2014

    I love that I can swipe with two fingers but the predictive text is miserable!

  • (72 stars)

    by Chani Smith on 06/04/2014

    I have an iphone for work and it does not have Keymonk. All that tapping is like having to print each letter. Keymonk is like the ease of natural handwriting...Being able to swipe and tap is like the combination of cursive and print.

  • (72 stars)

    by Clive Salvacion on 06/04/2014

    This could've been great, but this hasn't been updated in nearly two years. There's no emoji support and the prediction bar glitches form time to time. I will be using this keyboard until Swype or SlideIt implements two finger swipe for their keyboards si