Most Android keyboards have gotten pretty good at figuring out what word you're trying to type. Anyone that lives with SwiftKey day-to-day can certainly attest to that. But is the suggestion bar really putting that data to use? The folks behind Dynamic Keyboard have a different approach. This keyboard, set to launch on September 14th, alters the size of keys it believes you are more likely to tap.
The idea is that when the keys you're going for are blown up, you're more likely to hit them and avoid both misspellings and autocorrect fails. Dynamic Keyboard looks very smooth in the video. Those bouncing animations are neat, but perhaps a little distracting in use.
Dynamic Keyboard will come with a huge number of settings, languages, and themes at launch. It should work on both phones and tablets. The developer also goes out of his way to show the keyboard has no extraneous permissions.