1: Choose a new keyboard
In Google Play you can find keyboards for all tastes, customs, and writing styles. So just decide on one. You may find it useful to consult this list of the best keyboards of Google Play .When you have decided on one, download and install on your Android.
2: Install the new keyboard
Some keyboards , after installed, are automatically activated and you can already start using them. Others instead, you have to enable and configure before you can use them. To do this , go to Settings and seeks input language and text input . In this option you can change the language for phone menus and configure installed keyboards . Click on the option Default to activate the keyboard you just installed on your smartphone.
3: Set the keyboard
Section keyboards and input methods , keyboards have listed installed on your smartphone or tablet . When you install a new keyboard , the above is not uninstalled. So you can always go back to it if the new keyboard of your smartphone does not convince. Set the keyboard of your Android is very simple. In this section, click the cogwheel representing the configuration options, keyboard you want to configure. You can configure both the language -specific keyboard, as its size or color settings.
4: Change keyboard quickly
After having each keyboard configured correctly. You can change them quickly as you type. All keyboards enable a key to the left of the space bar, from which making a long press accesses the text input options. In these options you can change both the language and the full keyboard. That way you can quickly switch keyboard without getting lost in the menus of your smartphone .