If you are on stock Android keyboard on your Android tablet device, you are missing out on the 50% of keyboard efficiency. You see, Android keyboard in landscape mode was made for giants, people with gigantic fingers. For other regular people like us, we have to stretch our index fingers to reach the t or the y.
Instead of settling for the stock keyboard you can get a keyboard app made for Android tablets.
If you don’t feel like spending any money, you can get the Tablet Keyboard Free app on the market, which allows you to have split keyboard so it’s easier for you to type.
If you are willing to pay $2-3 to get the absolute best Android tablet keyboard we highly suggest you to get the Thumb Keyboard 4, which allows you to customize the tablet keyboard in many ways including 28 custom themes and different styles. You can even adjust height of your keyboard so it doesn’t take up so much space.
Once you install a keyboard app, you can’t just use it right away, you need to go to Settings->Language and input->Configure input methods and make sure the keyboard you installed is checked on.
Next, you need to go to Settings->Language and input->Current input method and change the keyboard to the one you’ve just installed.