10,000 - 50,000 downloads
- Innovative zigzag layout
- Different themes, layouts and alphabets
- Bigger keys
- It doesn't support auto-prediction
A gesture-based touchscreen keyboard with huge keys
Too many misprints? That's touchscreen keyboards' main catch. The guys at Microth have come up with a simple solution to solve that: bigger keys. KeyZag Keyboard is the outcome. A keyboard which makes the most of the available space by favoring the use of touchscreen gestures.
That's the trick: KeyZag takes out some keys from the main layout to make bigger those that matter the most (letters). Those missing keys aren't "tapped" but swiped. Swipe right to "press" the space bar, swipe left to backspace. Swipe up to use capital letters, swipe down letters to input a number. Doesn't it sound easy? It is. You'll get the hang of it in a jiffy.
However, the main feature of Keyzag keyboard is not just removing space and delete but its adaptability to any size and position on screen preserving the shape of keys and distance between them. That feature makes KeyZag a unique keyboard. It has a characteristic zigzag layout.
Thus, layout, gestures and adaptibility guarantee faster and more accurate typing.
In addition, KeyZag features 5 different themes, 4 different layout (geometry) and 4 alphabets. Emojis are supported as well as auto-capitalization, haptic feedback and sound effects on click.
A simple yet innovative keyboard for those who had serious misprinting issues.
KeyZag is a flexible keyboard you can interactively place anywhere on screen and scale to any size.
"If you have not yet found the right keyboard for you, try KeyZag" - TuttoAndroid.net
"A lot of users will probably find themselves typing at a faster rate with KeyZag" - AndroidHeadlines.com
KeyZag solves screen keyboard problems by providing the high level of input comfort for both landscape and portrait orientations, symbols of desired size, and advanced recognition of input.
KeyZag is a revolutionary "keyless" keyboard. It is based on an advanced, patent pending technology of optimal circle packing within a container of given shape.
KeyZag is an interactively adjustable keyboard. It provides unique flexible zigzag arrangements of symbols, maintaining the familiar QWERTY layout, symbol shapes and the same key spreading distances regardless of device orientation and size of a keyboard.
KeyZag supports languages based on Latin, Arabic, Cyrillic, Hebrew and Hindi alphabets. It also support full
set of Emoji emoticons.
KeyZag utilizes an advanced method of input recognition. Depending on input statistics, it adjusts sensitivity of individual symbols and reduces the number of misprints.
KeyZag supports simple gestures for input of controls, symbols and capital letters without switching layouts.
Large buttons of the KeyZag keyboard are eminently suitable for kids and people with low vision and motoric problems.
KeyZag keeps improving. We plan to add many new features soon and would appreciate your comments and suggestions. Please visit our website for tips, forum, support and much more: www.keyzag.com. It is recommended that you enable auto-update on Google Play so you always have the latest version of KeyZag.
How to use:
To enable KeyZag keyboard, go to “Language and input” settings, and check “KeyZag” box. Then long press in any input field or pull down the notification bar to enable “Choose input method” and select "KeyZag".
Privacy notice: while installing KeyZag, you will receive a warning message about collecting sensitive data. This is the standard general-purpose Android message issued for any third-party downloaded keyboard and it does not pertain to KeyZag. KeyZag DOES NOT COLLECT OR STORE ANY SENSITIVE INPUT OR PERSONAL DATA.
- Quick symbol display option
- Quick symbol are same for all alphabets
- Greek alphabet
- Caps Lock = Shift Up
- Bug fixes
- Swipe sensitivity control parameter
- Arabic and Hebrew alphabets
- Interface improvement
- Bug fixes
Some lists where this application appears: Reviewed by Emmanuel Lund.
In landscape orientation, the keyboard hides and I can't view 'what I types"...
But there is no prediction if it had it would be the best of all
Also... It would be convenient to have a space bar instead of using gestures for it. Moto G ~ 4.4.4
The most unique keyboard you will ever use!
Handy on my galaxy gear 1 smart watch. Just perfect. That fact is scalable and movable is priceless. the most intuitive app ever seen. Thxxxxxxx :)