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Note: If you don’t want to use third-party keyboards, here are some tips you can use to improve typing on iOS 13.
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Before we dive into the alternatives, let’s take a quick look at how to enable third-party keyboards on iOS as not many users are familiar with it.
All the iPhones and iPads ship with the stock iOS keyboard. In order to add more, you’ll have to install them first from the App Store. We have given the do.w.n.lo.ad links for each and every keyboard suggestions in our list, so don’t worry about that. Once you’ve installed a keyboard app, you can add them by first going to Settings –> General –> Keyboard.
Here, go to Keyboards –> Add New Keyboard. Now, simply choose the ones you want to use.
After you’ve added the new keyboards, just make sure that you give those keyboards full access. As a side note, don’t add too many additional keyboards because switching between them is a little inconvenient. We would suggest you pick two of your favorite ones from the list and stick to them. Anyway, let’s check out the list now, shall we?Note: All the keyboards suggested in this article are compatible with all the iOS devices including the new iPhone, iPad, and iPod running on iOS 9.0 or later. The keyboards are listed in no particular order.
Gboard is not only one of the best keyboards for Android users, but it’s also very popular among many iPhone and iPad users. The best part of using Gboard is the fact that it integrates Google Search, which means you can search for a place, articles, images or GIFs or even an emoji and share it instantly to the person you are talking to, without you have to leave the app you are in. Additionally, the keyboard also brings all the awesome features like glide/swipe/gesture typing, handwriting input, Google-powered voice dictation, AI-assisted predictions, and more. The keyboard was also updated recently with new features like the ability to create your GIFs, stickers, etc. Overall, Gboard is one of the best keyboards that you can use on your iOS device.
SwiftKey keyboard has been around for a long time. It is one of the go-to apps that a lot of users install first on their new smartphones, and rightfully so. What makes SwiftKey keyboard stand out from other keyboards is its highly efficient autocorrect feature which is based on artificial intelligence. SwiftKey keyboard learns from your typing habits to provide better text predictions. Much like Gboard, you can also use SwiftKey to type faster by simply swiping on the keys instead of tapping them. SwiftKey also offers a ton of themes with which you can customize the look and feel of your keyboard. Additionally, SwiftKey also supports over 90 languages and comes with GIF support to make your conversations more interesting.
Install: Free, in-app purchases
If you are a grammar nazi, and absolutely hate sending messages or emails with typos, then Grammarly keyboard is the way to go. The keyboard comes with Grammarly’s effective spell checker and grammar checker functionalities that work very well. The Grammarly keyboard itself looks very minimal, and it is very simple to use. It can scan the entire text with just a tap of a button, and come up with contextual grammar errors, spelling errors, and suggestions. The keyboard is very effective when you are typing, say, an official email or some business documents. Grammarly also lets you add words to your personal dictionary, and lets you choose between American, Australian, British or Canadian English as your preferred language.
Install: Free, in-app purchases
Flesky is the only keyboard in this list that allows you to use extensions, to make typing a hassle-free task. You can take advantages of these extensions to browse things like YouTube, Spotify, and more. Heck, you can also do a quick web search and pull out relevant links without having to leave the app you are in. Fleksy, just like other keyboards in the list, has a ton of options like GIF support, Stickers, Memes, and more.
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Fleksy also lets you tap and hold the space bar button to move your cursor and make changes. The ability to use the space bar as a cursor was only introduced recently in the stock iOS keyboard. The Fleksy app offers a lot of customization options like the ability to change the keyboard size, themes, and more.