Siine is a new type of keyboard for Android that aims to make typing easier by reducing certain words, phrases and notations to one tap.
Say you're texting a friend and need to remind them the day and time of the concert that's coming up. Instead of typing it all out (and perhaps even having to look at your calendar), you can bring up Siine's calendar, tap a date, then tap its clock to pick a time. It's much faster and easier than messing around with the numbers on your keyboard. It also contains a large set of words and phrases for every day things like greetings, "how are you", "can you talk?" and more — plus the ability to create your own. Then any given phrase you regularly use is just a tap away. It sounds and looks lamer than it actually is — the ability to add your own shortcuts is super valuable, and can make typing certain messages super fast, and without a huge learning curve. Coolest of all is its quick deletion gesture, in which you just hold down the delete key and then swipe your finger around to delete text very quickly.
It's all a bit difficult to explain, because it's so unique, so check out the video above to see it in action. Siine is a free download for Android devices.