Review: Dynamic Keyboard – Spice your keyboard up a bit

There are a lot of custom keyboards available for Android on the Play Store and almost all of them offer something new to the end user. With popular options to choose from such as Swype to the keyboards of your favorite football teams, you name it and the keyboards are there, so there is hardly any reason to get excited whenever a new keyboard app is released. However, Dynamic Keyboard by Alastair Breeze does manage to bring something new to the table. Dynamic Keyboard as the name implies is an app that changes that drab old stock keyboard with a…

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There are a lot of custom keyboards available for Android on the Play Store and almost all of them offer something new to the end user. With popular options to choose from such as Swype to the keyboards of your favorite football teams, you name it and the keyboards are there, so there is hardly any reason to get excited whenever a new keyboard app is released. However, Dynamic Keyboard by Alastair Breeze does manage to bring something new to the table.

Dynamic Keyboard as the name implies is an app that changes that drab old stock keyboard with a hip and rather dynamic keyboard. The unique feature in this app is its ability to use word prediction to change the size of the keys it thinks you are most likely to use.

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With over 19 languages and a ton of themes, we sure had a great time customizing Dynamic Keyboard to my own liking. Apart from the customizations the app also comes with a lot of crazy bouncy animations but all of them can be turned down from the settings as let’s face it, they do tend to get annoying after a bit.

My only complaint with the keyboard is the lack of an auto correct feature, which usually comes in really handy when you’re trying to sound more knowledgeable than you really are or trying to type a formal text.

Dynamic Keyboard is available in both a free and a paid version. The paid or “pro” version comes with a few more customizations, HD fonts and a whole lot of other features that the free version lacks. Personally, I would suggest the app to almost anyone who is looking to spice things up on their Android keyboard. So go ahead and give the free version a try out by clicking the link below.

Google Play Store Link (Free): Click here

Google Play Store Link (Paid): Click here

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