Swiftkey's hugely successful app now lets you move the keyboard around on screen to your heart's content - with a one handed mode thrown in for those difficult typing moments on those ridiculously large screen phablets.
One handed typing
'It’s a complete rethink on how you present your keyboard — allowing you to “undock” it from the base of the screen, resize it, and present it in a compact, split thumb-typing or regular way,' said Ben Medlock, co-founder and CTO of the London-based firm.
'Allowing people to manipulate the location, size and layout of the keyboard not only makes it easier to type – it gives our users a more personalized way to interact with their technology and each other,' he said.
Swiftkey version 4.3 also has three preset modes - compact, full and thumb.
You can download the beta version here.
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