A debate on what might be the best possible keyboard on Android knows no bounds. A good keyboard is primarily defined by the spacing between the keys, responsiveness and arrangement of keys in a proper sequence, as per their relative frequency of use. QWERTY, the standard keyboard we all know, is the base of 99 percent of the keyboards out there, and so it is for this new innovative keyboard called “Minuum”.
How is it different from the other keyboards out there? Firstly, the Minuum occupies lesser space on the display than a traditional keyboard, hence leaving more visible display. It is cramped up, and might take some getting used to. The letters are arranged in a small strip at the bottom of the display, with varying sizes for differentiation. Like many others, the keyboard is smart and comes with algorithms to minimize errors while typing, and it does a pretty good job. In addition to this, there is also voice typing and a larger keyboard, while typing URLs. The app was cooked up in University of Toronto.
The app is up for download on Google Play Store for Rs 239.