SnapKeys has come up with a new way to input text into your touchscreen mobile devices. Called 2i (Imaginary Interface), they basically have done away with the keys used in an onscreen keyboard, and replaced it with just 4 keys instead. The 4 keys appear briefly onscreen so you know where they are, and then disappear.
When typing, you have the whole document in front of you, without an onscreen keyboard taking up half of the screen. We aren’t sure how this technology works, but 2i basically allows users to “blind type” their text in a fraction of the time compared to typing with other keyboards.
It could change the way we type on our mobile devices.