Next Keyboard, keyboard for iOS 8 all want to have
iOS 8 brought many changes. The new mobile operating system from Apple allowed customization to new heights in iOS without jailbreak, including widgets in Notification Center, extensions, context menus and keyboard,something that was only reserved for Android devices. But in the App Store there is not a huge selection of third-party keyboards for iOS or at least one team that really worthwhile.While this may have their days. From Kickstarter comes for many of us which can be the perfect keyboard for iOS: Next Keyboard.
Fleksy, TouchPal, KuaiBoard, TextExpander, Swype and SwiftKey among some other options are to be found in the App Store but far from what Apple had promised. In the best cases, daily use of them is quite poor and never reaches the native iOS 8 that has improved over including the ability to turn around a predictive keyboard.But Next Keyboard has everything you could wish.Its developers define it as the perfect keyboard for iPhone and it seems that not wrong. With a sleek, minimalist design we can access all kinds of functions. We can even change the theme of the keyboard with just swipe between different options it has, from the traditional white on black to different gradients of colors in true iOS 8 Style.
With respect to their characteristics should be noted:
- Smart Cursor: when we write fast and we were wrong on iOS, we have to click on the word and adjust slowly magnifying glass cursor. Sometimes simple sometimes are to complicated. With Keyboard Next we can do it intuitively because the spacebar will become a pseudo-trackpad to move the cursor magically to where we want.
- Emojis predictive: word prediction on iOS comes naturally with the arrival of this latest version but thanks to this future keyboard predictions it even suggest different emojis, just as happens in other keyboards Android and Windows Phone.
- Quick access to numbers, ratings and capital letters: one of the things that bothers current keyboard of iOS is that to reach certain characters have to make numerous taps. Next Keyboard with this changes facilitating direct access numbers, punctuation and capitalization (knowing at all times if they are activated or not).
- Only sounds per key: you can configure the keyboard to have different sounds on the keys, knowing at all times which key you pressed and even customize them.
Although they are not the only features of this keyboard for iOS 8, as well its developers promise to be 100% private and secure, making not have to give “full access”. Something that has caused many users wary of third-party keyboards.
At present, Next Keyboard is under development and its team seeking funding on Kickstarter. Of the initial $ 10,000 they had asked to launch the keyboard because they have managed to exceed $ 37,500. Undoubtedly, this is a great keyboard for iOS 8 promises everything that users want. If you want to get into the beta, you can make a donation at Kickstarter.