Published on June 6th, 2013 | by Gary Johnson0
Free Nexus keyboard now available on Google Play
If you are a user of the Android platform there are a number of applications you can install that will change the stock keyboard on the handset, but many of these require a payment of some kind. Now Google has provided the Nexus keyboard as a free download via Google Play.
The Google keyboard in question was only previously available to owners of Nexus hardware that have seen the Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update, but now if you have an Android device that runs Ice Cream Sandwich or later you can get the app free via Google Play.
This application brings such things as gesture typing to devices as well as the app learning what you may type next based on your history, so the more you use it the quicker your typing should be. It may not be quite up to the standards as the likes of SwiftKey or Swype, but it is free to use and also supports 26 different languages.
To download the Google Keyboard head over to Google Play.