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Slice Keyboard Replaces Your Virtual Keyboard With a Couple of Pies

by Hazel Chua

If the typical QWERTY keyboard just doesn’t cut it for you, then you might find a worthy alternative in the Slice keyboard. Slice is rotary keyboard where users are expected to keep at least two of their fingers on-screen while they type. This provides an anchor point for your fingers, allowing for touch typing without physical keys.

Slice KeyboardDepending on the position of the user’s finger, rotary menus appear with characters that the user can access by tapping. It looks confusing and the whole concept sounds confusing when explained, so I’ll let this video introduction explain it for me:

The Slice Keyboard app is available for Android tablets on the Google Play Store for $4.99(USD). You can also download a demo version so you can try it out before you buy.

[via Dvice]




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  1. CHRISTeL::❤'s::YOU! (@whotheF_i_is) says:

    Now that is cool, I love it, I love anything that thinks outside of the box, awesome :)

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