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  The latest text entry method by Tiptyper, the developer of GKOS keyboard.
ComboKey (app to try the method) and ComboKey Plus (default keyboard) can
be considered as examples of optimized chorded keyboards. A chorded keyboard
(or a chording keyboard) increases the number of characters available by applying
combos, that is, key presses where two or more keys are involved in some way,
as opposed to just simply having more buttons to get more characters.

Since Jan 21st, 2015, ComboKey concept demo app is available in Google Play: Get it from here.

Since April 20th, 2017, ComboKey Plus system keyboard is found in Google Play: Here
Versions for older phones available here >>

ComboKey on Sony XPeria

ComboKey for Android 2.3.3/4, API 10, GINGERBREAD MR1 or later

With ComboKey app, you can tiptype text in normal to huge font, easily,
on big easy-to-hit keys, with one or two hands, left or right handed,
in landscape or portrait orientation of the device. Even touch type!
(Android 4.1.x - API 16 up! Versions for older phones here>>)

With ComboKey Plus app, you can use the same method for text entry
with all your applications that require the default keyboard for text input!
(Android 3.0 - API 11 up)

- tiptyper (developer of the app)

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Latest stable published packages available in Google Play:
Google Play: ComboKey v1.4 since 28th June 2017
Google Play: ComboKey Plus v1.4 since 22nd June 2017

*** Version drafts:
ComboKey Plus (old now) Legacy GKOS test (.apk) - ComboKey 1.4