The iPhone BlindType promo video that came out a few weeks ago was a smash hit from the get-go and is currently pushing 400,000 views. And while some of the iPhone features are missing – like scaling, rotation, and invisibility – the Android BlindType promo video is almost as impressive and likely to experience similar YouTube success.
One complaint I’m constantly hearing from owners of all touch devices is that they miss having a tactile keyboard; primarily because they like to type by touch, or at least partially by touch. But what if you could simply rely on muscle memory and software to interpret your strokes? Could you adapt to typing blind, on an EVO, for example? Watch the video before you answer.