Found an app that was featured in Android Headlines! Keyzag, another promising keyboard! The layout is still in qwerty, but there is a twist. This feature is what makes this keyboard unique compared to the other keyboard. The keys are in zigzag which I think will make you type faster. This kind of layout added three more layers but still made it look like there were just only three. Confusing? For me it was, at first. I've been accustomed to the three layered layout of letters that it took me about an hour of typing to put it into my rhythm. This keyboard doesn't have those auto correct spelling features and doesn't have any word prediction. It can't capitalize the letters on its own and you can't swipe your words. Not sounding like a smart keyboard, right? But once you got the rhythm of your thumbs, I promise you that the your margin of error will drastically decline!
Keyzag's layout for the keys is the one that made it smart enough that you could actually type without looking at the keyboard! Most keyboard app actually promises that, so what makes it lessen the error? BIG LETTERS in a small layout! Still doesn't make it sounds smart, right? Here's an even more dumb thing to say: This keyboard doesn't have a space bar and a backspace on it! How could that be smart? Well, we won't be needing those keys anymore if we could just simply swipe to do it, giving more space for the letters! Maximizing the little space for the thumbs to move in rhythm resulting in lesser error for typing! Isn't that smart? Not entirely smart yet. Keyzag is very hard to utilize with just a thumb. Any qwerty keyboard, in my opinion, is very hard to utilize with just a thumb! You will need at least two fingers or three if you hold your Android on one hand and the other for typing (or you could do four) in order to type fast. And that's how I actually type! And Keyzag is very compatible with this kind if typing!
This app is not really for people who rely on word prediction for a faster input. But for people like me, who just wants to write or taking down notes (or doing something stupid like this just to test a keyboard app), then I would really suggest you try this keyboard.