Top 3 Best Third Party Keyboard Apps For iOS

Apple’s latest mobile operating system already available to the public. We have already seen and used so many apps for managing files, music downloaders, weather apps, Like Android; Apple now allows users to install third-party keyboards on their iOS-powered devices. Installing a third-party keyboard will replace the default keyboard offered by iOS. We already have seen plenty of great third-party keyboard alternatives for Android.

There are plenty of features will available in third-party keyboard apps. Users can change the keyboard theme, auto correction options, themes and layouts, gestures support and various languages support. Now it is the time to upgrade your stock keyboard to highly productive alternatives.

Top 3 Best Third Party Keyboard Apps For iOS

SwiftKey Keyboard

SwiftKey Keyboard

SwiftKey Keyboard is a very popular among Android devices. With the launch of iOS 8, Apple users can install SwiftKey keyboard on their devices. It sports various unique features like gestures, smart learning, powerful auto-correction, predictive text and much more. The usability of the app is very simple and anyone can adopt the usage easily. The features of the Swiftkey are endless, it can predict text, auto space, Themes, GIF’s support, and much more.

Flesky

Flesky

Flesky is a sturdy keyboard with robust features like beautiful layout, handy gestures, auto correction, themes and language support. Personally, I liked its gesture support to save a lot of time to type words. Its auto correction feature also works like a charm and simplify your typing skills on a tiny screen.

Swype

Swype

Swype is one of the great apps from Nuance Communications. It is one of the top killer third party keyboard available for iOS and Android. It is very popular for its swiping feature and very easy to understand the usage. It learns your typing skills, and even you can customize the words from your personal dictionary.

Now it is your turn to reveal your best finger friendly keyboard in the below comment box. We update the above list when we get more user-friendly apps from the store.

Rahul is the Editor-in-Chief at Thetechhacker, PhoneSetter and TheWearableNews. After realizing an obsession with technology, he left his job career to write about technology.
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