Crocodile keyboard becomes top Android app

Tri-sided pads for tidy taps

Crocodile Keyboard

The Crocodile Keyboard - an application for easier touchscreen typing - is now a successful app for Android.

When we reported the keyboard back in 2009, British inventor David Baker was struggling to get Apple's assistance for iPhone integration. Without Apple's help, the patented design remained unusable.

But six months later it was released on Android and has now become a top app on Androidpit.

Well done, David.

Crocodile Keyboard

The keyboard, which has reptilian tooth-shaped letters, aims to spell the end of accidental key presses. It now features fully changeable colours too.

Try the Crocodile Keyboard on a 15-minute free trial, or get the full version for $0.66 (41p) while it's app of the week. ®

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