HERO Keyboard

The world's most efficient keyboard.

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Corey Stone
@coreywstone · UX guy, Founder of HERO Keyboard
Yeah - while still not easy, I feel like changing a mobile keyboard fro mQWERTY is easier than a physical keyboard, because with physical keyboards, you've got 10 fingers' muscle memory and possibly decades of learned behavior, whereas smartphone keyboards haven't been around too long, and it's a bit more of a hunt-and-peck style of 1 or 2-finger typing, oft… See more
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Corey Stone
@coreywstone · UX guy, Founder of HERO Keyboard
Hi all! I'm Corey, the HERO founder / designer, honored to be on PH! HERO is an MVP (no auto-complete bar, and weak auto-correct), and I'm a solo designer/founder. I contracted the dev work and I'm currently doing a Kickstarter to fund v2.0, but I'm thinking partnering and profit-sharing with a dev may be better in the long run. There's no Android version … See more
Tom Masiero
@blendahtom · GM of LaunchBit
Really dig their approach to this!
Jaydeep Singh
@jsinghdreams · Student
I would think a try before you buy model might work out better for a keyboard that is 1) in beta and 2) also quite different from the rest of the offerings on the App Store.
Marco Napoli
@jedipixels · Founder, Pixolini, Inc.
It looks great and saves travel space. Are there an stats on how much faster you can type? Great job by the way.
Ross Rojek
@sacbookreviewer · CTO, GoLocalApps.com, Apptoolkit.io
Pioneers get all the arrows, so don't stress so much about the bad reviews. Really interesting idea, so good job. That said, people have done a lot of alternate keyboards over the years, and none have gotten anything like critical mass, so you have that going against you. But someone's gotta start a new look at them for the phone, so this may be in importan… See more