Remember when BlindType blew your mind? Even if you don’t see this style of on-screen typing as “practical”, you can’t doubt that it’s unique and very cool. Back when we first covered it, there’d only been a demo of the iPhone version, though we learned it’d also make its way to Android. We’ve now finally been given a look at how this performs and looks on an Android handset and there are no complaints from where we’re standing.
While we didn’t see all of the features that were then demoed on the iPhone version (such as automatic orientation and size adjustments and the hidden keyboard feature), I don’t think Android users will be denied having those options once this keyboard finally does make its way out.