Let’s be frank: Samsung’s default keyboard on the Galaxy S10 is not good. Touch response just seems off. Word and sentence prediction is horrible. It has lots of customization options, and that’s about all it has going for it. Thankfully Android offers everyone the opportunity to choose the keyboard that’s right for them, with zero compromises. When Samsung’s keyboard starts to grate on you to the point where you want something new, here’s how you can switch — and recommendations for which keyboard you should pick.
Choosing a new keyboard
Bezel-less smartphone screens look great, and foldable smartphones are an exciting part of the mobile future; but we don’t like where the typing experience is heading because of these two trends.
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Bezel-less smartphones look great, but typing isn’t always so good, as grip can be more of a challenge. Step forward Google and its Gboard keyboard, which now has a floating keyboard feature to help out.
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It’s official: we’re living in the future. Smartphones and tablets have grown so powerful in the past few years that they can easily take over many of the tasks that used to be reserved for desktop and laptop computers. Typing on a glass screen is still a big pain in the butt though, which is why you need a wireless keyboard if you want to get anything done. If you’re looking for something truly portable and impressive, you have to check out the AGS Wireless Laser Projection Bluetooth Virtual Keyboard. It beams a laser keyboard onto any desk or table, letting you touch-type on a full-size keyboard using a device that’s even more compact and portable than your smartphone.