Alongside the standard QWERTY keyboard, Siine also features a number of quick shortcuts, allowing you to quickly enter popular phrases like “calling you in a minute,” or “stuck in a meeting.” Moreover, there’s a novel interface for entering time and date which although looks fancy won’t necessarily make you faster.
Emoticons also come included, as well as haptic feedback support, ability to quickly delete words and phrases and a selection of different slang sets like Street, Aussie and Flirting.
So what do we think about Siine Keyboard? We like the fact that companies keep innovating in this space, however our (at least my) vote goes to Swiftkey X. It is by far the best on-screen keyboard I’ve ever used on Android and I keep recommend it to everyone I know. Back to Siine – a demo video is below.
Siine Keyboard (FREE) [Google Play link]