One of the best and most underrated features of android is the fact that you can completely switch from the native keyboard. And it’s quite easy, all you have to do is download a third party app. Speaking of third party apps, there are a lot of great ones with with incredible customization options and features.
Microsoft SwiftKey Keyboard
This is the most used third party keyboard app on android for a reason. SwiftKey comes with dozens of themes and a theme creator so you can actually get the keyboard aesthetic that you want. In addition to that, you have easy access to emojis and the option to resize or place the keyboard as you want.
If you ever doubted the fact that Google has an app for literally everything, correct yourself. Gboard is a keyboard that focuses being simple and fast. Gboard has incredible text prediction (of course, it’s Google) and you can conduct a Google search right from your keyboard. You can even send those search results if you’re in an open chat.
Chrooma is also lightweight keyboard with the basic features that you would expect such emoji and text prediction. The incredible thing about Chrooma though is that the keyboard has a feature that lets it change colour depending on the app that you’re using.