Slice Keyboard Demo

Slice Keyboard Demo

5,000 - 10,000 downloads

Pros
  • Original
  • User-friendly
  • Interface
  • Screentouch response
Cons
  • Learning curve
  • Demo version can't be used with all apps
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Expert's Review
5.0
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"A keyboard for open-minded tablet owners"

Reviewed by / Dec 05, 2012

Slice Keyboard is an innovative keyboard for the most daring

If something has put Android where currently is that's its flexibility and leeway . Don't you like the stock keyboard? Well, come to Appszoom and download the one that fits you. However, if you like to taste new things, stuff you aren't used to, you should give a try to the one we're reviewing here: Slice Keyboard.

First off, bear in mind that this is a tablet keyboard, it won't run in your smartphone. If you own a tablet, we invite you to watch the video to know what we're talking about. An innovative touch keyboard with 6 buttons that open up circles that alltogether contain all letters and symbols. The circle-spreading is fast and smooth. Screentouch response is amazing and we can state that the keyboard is well-crafted and actually working. If it is as useful than other, or even more, that's something that depends on you. I personally like it but you have to get the hang of it and that takes a while.

An original keyboard, user-friendly interface and great performance. Only two catches: first, this demo version can be used in all apps that requires keyboard,second, its steep learning curve. Do you dare mastering it?

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Developer's original description available here
Slice Keyboard is a keyboard for Android tablets and phones. Slice is designed specifically for typing on a touch screen without looking at the keyboard. Allowing you to focus on the content that you are typing and catch your errors while typing.
The design is based on a row of home keys for anchoring your fingers. The home keys can used in a fixed position or be adjusted based on your hand placement. After pressing at least one home key slice keys are displayed arranged in a circle around the home keys. The slice keys open when its home key is unpressed. All of the keys are designed with the idea of not having to look at the keys. The keys positions are relative to the home keys and their touch targets are large and extend beyond the shapes on the screen.

Several new gestures have been added in version 2:
- Capitalizing characters can be done by flinging on the Slice keys.
- Flinging Right on the Home Keys adds a Space
- Flinging Left deletes a character
Additional features in version 2:
- New cleaner and simpler theme.
- Typing can now be used with only one hand.
- New one hand layout for better support of 7" tablets
- Adds support for large Android phones

Slice Keyboard Demo comes with the typing area, and a Space Invaders like game for typing practice.

Recently changed in this version

Fixed issue that would cause unintentional gestures on some devices that would register touch events when a finger was hovering over the screen, most notably the Nexus 7.


Lists with Slice Keyboard Demo

Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.

Comments and ratings for Slice Keyboard Demo
  • (29)

    by Roger Luedecke on 07/09/2013

    Could probably be very neat if the tutorial wasn't hopelessly broken.

  • (29)

    by Brad Parker on 31/08/2013

    Who the hell would want to use this?

  • (29)

    by Justin Walcker on 22/02/2013

    I like this keyboard a lot, it has some bugs that need working out but please keep developing this app.

  • (29)

    by Drake McCrea on 10/01/2013

    Not impressed

  • (29)

    by Denis Martin on 13/12/2012

    I tried and it's not for me.

  • (29)

    by Joe Rohr on 12/12/2012

    Takes a pretty long time to get used to it but once you do you can show it off to iPad users :D

  • (29)

    by Eric Letriard on 10/12/2012

    It is fine when u start to get used to it. Even on a 10" tablet, i want to like it. The problem is most ppl don't want to pay to like it. You want ppl to use it with everyday type stuff. To realize it is better then how we do things now. The best thing for that is exposure.