Zeta TYPE Looking for Virtual Keyboard Testers
Anyone interested in doing a little testing for a new virtual keyboard designed to run on Android?Â Zeta Type is looking for alpha and beta testers willing to help shape their upcoming release.Â As of right now, there are 50 spots open for those of you who pre-register.Â Not only do you get to provide feedback and mold the app, but you’ll also get a full version of the app once it’s released.
The virtual keyboard is unlike any others we’ve played with before.Â It’s based off of 3 zones or buttons on the touchscreen that are programed to recognize 8 directional slides and 1 tap action.Â While it looks like it could take some getting used to, we imagine it could be extremely convenient in the long run.
One of the benefits we see in a keyboard like this is that it takes up considerably less screen space, leaving your phone to display more of the action.Â According to Zeta, there are a few layouts (QWERTY, ABC, etc) included in the app with the ability to create any configuration you want.
If you decide to pre-register for Zeta TYPE, make sure to tell them you heard about them from “AndroidGuys” in the space provided!
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