If you live with an Android phone long enough, you start to look for better ways to enter text into the keyboard. In particular when inputting passwords. Any good password should have letters, upper and lower case, as well as numbers and special characters, punctuation to you and me. With the standard Google Keyboard, which is awesome, don’t get me wrong, password typing leaves a lot to be desired.
With the addition of a row of numbers, the Google Keyboard is completely transformed to something much more like, if not exactly like, your PC keyboard.
Check out the link and see if it’s not light years better.
Read the article: How to add a dedicated number row to the Google Keyboard | Android Central.