Of course, Google has its own keyboard. Follow the link:
The Google Keyboard looks simple but is
actually impressively versatile, with gesture-typing, voice input, enhanced
predictive text, and built-in emoji. It supports over 80 languages (23 for
gesture-typing) and multiple keyboard layouts — including a “PC” layout that
includes a dedicated number row, which is particularly convenient for typing in
passwords. This keyboard isn’t going to win any prizes for customizability, but
it does offer four themes.
Gesture-typing — swiping your finger from letter to letter, tracing out
words instead of tapping individual ‘keys’ — is arguably the best form of input
for one-handed typists, and Swype is the original gesture-typing keyboard. It
comes pre-installed on many Android devices; for everyone else, the full version costs $0.99 (though you can preview it for free for 30
Because gesture-typing can leave a lot of room for error, the keyboard also relies heavily on predictive text, which uses your personal dictionary and typing patterns to predict what you want to type. The keyboard supports over 80 languages and offers bilingual support (meaning you can type in two languages at once). It offers premium paid themes and a few different keyboard layouts that cater to people with larger screens, including a split keyboard layout and the option to raise or lower the keyboard’s height.