Mobile phone's built-in keyboard may not be everyone’s cup of tea.  it’s got a limited functionality such as GIFs, autocorrect can be hit-or-miss, and you can’t change the size of the keys. So these alternative keyboards are must have if you are looking for more functions.

Typewise Keyboard

Typewise Keyboard keeps the QWERTY design but switches the traditional rectangle-shaped keys for hexagonal ones — which Typewise claims creates more surface area so you can type more accurately.


Grammarly keyboard offers is sophisticated grammar review that goes beyond the usual spell check to offer you advice on punctuation, check spelling contextually, and highlight misused words.

Phraseboard Keyboard

Phraseboard aims to make your tedious job simple by typing the same responses over and over by allowing you to save them, so you can just select one of your prewritten answers to reply rapidly.

Microsoft SwiftKey

The Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard is a smart keyboard that learns from you, adapting to the way you type and picking up on your preferred emojis and slang.

Fleksy Keyboard

Fleksy offers users a fun and interactive way to type in your own style. You can customize your Fleksy keyboard with powerful extensions and more than 50 colorful themes.

Go Keyboard

Go Keyboard offers next-word prediction, swipe typing, emojis, and stickers. This keyboard is very customizable, with tons of themes, custom backgrounds, and even key tones and fonts.

Bitmoji Keyboard

Bitmoji keyboard app is ideal if you want to send an emoji that resembles you rather than using standard emojis or text. Bitmoji allows you to customize and send a personalized emoji.

GIF Keyboard

Get access today to the massive library of animated and musical GIFs for free. Simply download and enable the GIF keyboard on your smartphone.

 Chrooma Keyboard

A keyboard that adapts to the color theme of the app that you’re using, Chrooma is a lightweight yet powerful keyboard for Android devices.