Apple, Inc. (NASDAQ: APPL) recently rolled the all new and very exciting next generation Apple iOS 8. All new iOS 8 comes pre-loaded with lots of exciting features that delimit the need to use any other third party app available at the App Store. One of them is the Keyboard, and exciting thing about it is that the company has opened it for the developers to provide better keyboards that are easy to use, and suits the individual style.
Just like the Google (NASDAQ: AAPL) mobile operating system, Android, iOS 8 now features keyboards that are supported by third party developers . The Cupertino giant is now allowing its users to use the keyboards that come packed with tons of exciting features, which allows them to have a hassle free writing.
There are both free, and premium third party keyboards present at the App Store. Headed by the Swift in the first place, the keyboard cost a mere amount of the $0.99. Swift allows users to swipe across to write words and phrases and is exactly like the one that is present on the Google Play Store, whereas the second in the line is the Flesky keyboard that claims to offer the fastest typing experience with its enhanced autocorrect algorithm.
To install the keyboards, a user requires downloading the app first and then toggle the keyboard located in the setting’s general tab. All the keyboards that have been installed from the App Store will appear, and will allow the user to use them for every app that includes typing.
Although Apple announced it as “best new apps” at the WWDC, Google Android had it for ages. It is no doubt that there are no significant differences in between the apps available at both the Android and App store, the Cupertino claimed it to be one of the most exciting features of iOS 8.