Keypurr Keyboard  for iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter

Keypurr Keyboard

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*** Keypurr Keyboard, now free and available on Jelly Bean

iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter smartphone was launched in April 2014. The phone comes with a 4.50-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 480 pixels by 854 pixels. iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter price in India starts from Rs. 3,999.

The iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter is powered by 1.3GHz quad-core it comes with 512MB of RAM. The phone packs 4GB of internal storage that can be expanded up to 32GB via a microSD card. As far as the cameras are concerned, the iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter packs a 8-megapixel primary camera on the rear

The iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter runs Android 4.2 and is powered by a 1450mAh removable battery.

The iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter is a dual SIM (GSM and GSM) smartphone that accepts Regular and Regular. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth, FM and 3G. Sensors on the phone include Proximity sensor and Accelerometer.

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How to download Keypurr Keyboard form iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter?

  1. Check the Android version to verify compatibility of Keypurr Keyboard with iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter.
    Find Android version: go to "Settings" - "About the phone" - "Android version". Make sure Keypurr Keyboard is compatible with iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter.
  2. Click the download button to download Keypurr Keyboard in iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter.
  3. Once the download and installation are complete, find Keypurr Keyboard in your home screen and tap the icon to open it.

App Reviews for iBall Andi 4.5P Glitter

  • Alex Ch
    Amazing
    The best keyboard for small screens. very fast and it is like you are typing on a full qwerty...it doesn't matter if it is half qwerty as it predicts automatically the word and you don't even need to look at what you are typing...just perfect for me !!!
  • A Google User
    Fun and easy
    Use with my Samsung galaxy s2. Now that I'm used to it I can type faster than I could with any swype or regular keyboard. I was always a fan of t9 back in the old days and this is as close as it gets. Lots of settings to play with for a personal look. Like how you can adjust colors and set the f-keys for even faster texting. The glide feature I was unsure of at first but now I dont know how I lived without it. No complaints so far. Great keyboard and worth the measly couple of bucks!
  • James Paul Shelburn
    I like it
    Customize the look and feel with in set parameters of course thanks
  • Roberto Duglio
    Good
    This is one of the best even with English language only! I have tried them all, I mean all!!!
  • Richard Street
    Love this keyboard ,more to it than meets the eye.
    Have been using Keypurr since launch and find the reduced number of keys with flicks very intuitive. Worth noting the top row can be customised so with one press I can entre my email, common phrases etc. Fantastic! Just upgraded my handset to a 4.0.4 ROM and my device randomly goes back to the default Android keyboard and I have to go back and reselect Keypurr. This may be a ROM issue but worth mentioning in case anyone else has problems with it. Anyway, install it, take some time to confirm words that may not be in the dictionary, take time to press and hold on more frequently used words so these become prioritised and set up the top row with auto text entry. It then makes your typing time so much quicker.
  • Ash Pathak
    Severly underrated
    I am compelled to review within 30 seconds of installing. My screen is tiny and i think i developed tendon inflamation from chatting( lot!) with my girls. This felt like neurofen for my fingers. Shame the developer lost interest two years ago.
  • joshua means
    Agree
    Using the keyboard to type this now. Works pretty as advertised but my biggest problem is that it lacks some visual appeal. Needs a little bit of flare to stand it a bit. Needs a little style without sacrificing functionality.
  • A Google User
    Not working with jelly Bean : (
    My galaxy s3 Just updated Keypurr not working on it yet. Words don't show nor function keys
  • A Google User
    3.0 is even more brilliant
    I know I sound like a broken record, but Keypurr is nothing short of phenomenal and light years ahead of all the many other keyboards I've tried. Take them up on their 1 month money back guarantee. You'll never go back to Swiftkey, Swype or any of these variants UPDATE: I have been switching back and forth between Keypurr and Swiftkey. Overall, there's a solid, confident feel I get from Keypurr that just makes thoughts flow better for me. I can't recommend this more. UPDATE 2/14/2012: Still my favorite for keyboard for typing-style entry, my other favorite being Swype. Swiftkey? It's is like sugar water. Yes, it's word prediction is great, but I feel disconnected from what I'm writing.
  • A Google User
    JB
    Doesn't show suggestions in jelly bean.
  • David Fleming-Bird
    Splendid
    IT looks basic, but is actually very accurate under the hood. You get used to it very quickly and there are more colours to choose from. I've been through a lot of key boards and this one has something special and rather endering about it. Bravo
  • Brian Lo
    I like it so far!
    Seems to work fine....
  • A Google User
    New Version - app isn't dead!
    I've been using this keyboard as my daily for a while, with the biggest problem being that it wasn't updated in close to a year. Finally, an update came out, showing it's alive! Sadly, the other big problem remains: No response from devs. There's a few minor problems that are simple fixes, and I'm hoping the devs read this feedback & start checking their mail! This keeps it at 4 starts for me until they reply. Keypurr looks weird, but it's actually a pretty standard qwerty with a slightly compact layout. 17 keys means that Keypurr will usually get the correct word since there is little overlap (ex: "got" and "for" are the same keystrokes). Large letters combine with sliding both up and down on keys to get alternate symbols makes doing precise entry (passwords) easy. The bottom space bar row is also slightly higher to combat the frequent problem of missing the space. You can also set up 12 quick-click buttons (appear in suggestion area between words) and user-editable shortcuts are there too! Don't underestimate the sliding instead of the traditional hold-a-key. Sliding will always be much faster & doesn't interrupt the flow of typing like holding a key does.
  • Joseph Feradli
    Love it!
    This is the smartest compact keyboard I've ever used! I would have to start calling people again if I hadn't found this keyboard. Love it!
  • A Google User
    Fastest keyboard but...
    Intermittent popup asking me to buy a real version of keypurr makes keypurr unusable. Anti piracy check that stops customers from using the product?
  • mark-anthony claiborne
    Awesome
    Really like this keyboard! Best of all!!
  • k Mekky
    Excellent.
    I love the function keys, saves so much time. Great keyboard, a dream for those with big fingers. Thank you.
  • A Google User
    Awesome Keyboard
    Love it. Aside from a swipe keyboard, this is the fastest type of keyboard for me. Only HTC had a keyboard like this as standard as far as I know. Only one issue: I don't know why it continues to repeat the last word when I send texts.
  • A Google User
    Awesome so far!
    I've tried a lot of android keyboards and this one works for me! I really like the compact layout. It allows for bigger buttons but you still get the full keyboard feel. The one thing I'd like to see is nicer themes. The themes now look kinda poor. Otherwise, nice keyboard!
  • A Google User
    Purrfect
    I just installed it on my galaxy s II, love it. Better than swype, slideIT, and Swiftkey. This makes you feel more connected with your thoughts as you type, which makes my input faster. In my opinion, the best keyboard out there. Key shortcuts are great.
  • A Google User
    Loved it but uninstalled
    I loved this keyboard! Especially the F keys. the only problem that I had was that the application force closed something like 50 times a day. Every time I looked at my phone I was clicking the go ahead and force close button. I uninstalled Adv Task thinking maybe that was closing the keyboard and causing probs, but that didn't help. I finally just gave up and uninstalled. I'd love to go back to it if the force closes could be fixed.
  • Prem Patel
    one of the best big keys type keyboard.
    it is the best big keys type keyboard imho ,it has unique features found in no other keyboard like text expansion and programmable function keys etc.its a breeze to use and gives accurate text predictions,the only problem i had with it was that i am too used to swiping method of input,wish they could implement it
  • A Google User
    This keyboard is so awesome. I can't seem to type on the stock keyboard for whatever reason and then I found this. Flicking is so intuitive and predictions are too notch. Sometimes the keyboard would stop predicting and I have to reactivate it. Please add more themes like all the other keyboards!
  • A Google User
    Galaxy s 4g
    Awesome keyboard. Lets me type really fast
  • A Google User
    New android update issues
    Love it, but it doesn't seem to be compatible with the new android update for Samsung nexus. It auto selects the highlighted word only sometimes and most annoyingly, not with google search. Please fix...
  • A Google User
    Best keyboard I have tried several different software keyboards and this one is the best. I tend to prefer compact keyboards because rotating the phone to use a full QWERTY is such a pain on my HTC Hero because the lag before the screen re-orients is too long and the only thing you can see in this mode is the text you are entering. Compared to the size of the keys in the built-in compact keyboard which use rows of 5 keys, the 6-key per row layout of Keypurr makes a huge difference. I love the all-in-one layout.
  • A Google User
    Best keyboard ever!
    I have tried every keyboard on the market. This is the easiest to use and most accurate as well. Letters, numbers and special characters are all readily available to type. Function keys and custom shortcuts are amazing!
  • A Google User
    Best Android Keyboard I Have Used
    I have used a number of keyboards on my Android phone, and really wasn't 100% happy with any of them. I normally 'only' like full Qwerty keyboards, as I prefer to type and never was very fast at texting on a standard mobile phone keypad. But, within a very short space of time, I found that i could type much faster on this than any other Android keyboard I had tried. The majority of what you want is on the main screen, and the cursor keys are handy if you don't have then on your phone like my desire hd.
  • A Google User
    Really, really nice
    I absolutely cannot stand swype so for the longest time I've just been using Swiftkey. Yes, the text correction is nice, but it is hard to get your thoughts together. This is not the case with Keypurr. This keyboard is superior in nearly every way to any I've ever used, and after not much use at all I amd typing very quickly on it. Bravo dev.
  • Nathan Auyeung
    Love this keyboard!
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