After years and years of advancements, we have super smart computers, phones, and all sorts of other technological goodies floating around. Thankfully, you don’t have to be a rocket scientist to operate these things, but at one point, a basic understand of your native vernacular was crucial. Sadly, it’s not quite the priority anymore as we have a whole new language that is surfacing based on numbers and letters: “g2g” and “lol” for example.
While the English language isn’t dead just yet, it doesn’t mean people aren’t still trying. The Minuum Keyboard is the epitome of auto-correcting words on your phone, and recovers more that half of your screen space on your phone. You hardly even have to know what you’re typing, and it will fill in the blanks for you. Of course, this isn’t just an app. It can be used in a variety of different ways, including motion, touch, through game controllers, and even through your glasses (check out the video below). It only takes $10 to give you an “in”, but it doesn’t really seem worth it.