Crocodile keyboard becomes top Android app
Tri-sided pads for tidy taps
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.
Well done, David.
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. ®