Early last month we told you about A.I.type and their need for beta testers for a new “floating” spilt keyboard. Fast-forward to today, and the beta product is now finished, and FloatNSplit Tablet Keyboard is now available in the Android Market. Based on the original A.I.type keyboard and it’s amazing prediction engine, FloatNSplit brings a new and unique user interface for tablet users, with a split keyboard that’s not only [Read More...]
Keyboard developer A.I.type hit us up this morning in search of a few testers for its upcoming “Floating Split Keyboard for Tablets.” It’s got all of the features you know and love from A.I.type Keyboard Plus, including its predition engine. It also has context-aware autocorrect, built-in skins and more customizations.
The really sexy part is that doesn’t take up a whole lot of screen space and can “float” [Read More...]
…Going to be announced in this thread. First of all, I want to thank everyone who participated in the contest. It was one of the most consistently-entered contest that we’ve run on [Read More...]
Sprint’s taken the wraps off the awkwardly named Express from Sprint. And just as we first showed you a few weeks ago, you’re looking at a physical QWERTY keyiboard with center jog wheel, a 2.6-inch touchscreen, and Android 2.3. It’s got a 3.2MP camera ’round the back, a 1500 mAh battery and can serve as a 3G Wifi hotspot for up to five devices. And, yes, it looks like a BlackBerry.
Thanks to the talent and hard work of our very own AC Developer Beezy, we’ve been playing with Ice Cream Sandwich on the Nexus S for a while now. One of the cool things that caught our eye recently was the native themeing of the stock Android keyboard. Built into ICS is a keyboard theme engine and six native themes. Granted, the “stock” themes aren’t exactly mind-blowing, but they do offer high contrast options for those of [Read More...]
Swiftkey’s long been in our rotation of top keyboards, and it’s now testing a feature that may make your fast phalanges even faster. Multitouch is in the works for tablets and smartphones, and it’s currently being tested in a two-week alpha period in the developer’s VIP track. Here’s the low-down:
We have made improvements for rapid typists. We now properly support multi-touch so you shouldn’t get accidentally repeated letters or accidentally missed letters [Read More...]
Back in April we wrote about an innovative keyboard called A.I. type that really impressed us with its ability to predict text. It was in beta back then but has graduated recently with some exciting new features, including customization of the bottom row keys and improvements to the prediction engine.
If you’re not one of the 100,000 beta testers, A.I. type is a keyboard that specializes in contextual text prediction to make [Read More...]
Today we have good news for many Verizon customers. Two of the most popular Verizon Android devices are getting some good OTA update treatment. Yes, my friends, that does include the Gingerbread update for the HTC Thunderbolt which we were so skeptical about.
HTC confirmed this via Twitter yesterday, mentioning that the update was still scheduled for September, which is ending in a few short days. We have been waiting [Read More...]
Nexus/Droid Prime rumors have been popping up left and right for months now. Some may even think they’re getting out of hand. It’s sometimes uncertain how accurate these leaks are, but some good speculation never hurt anybody. And we’ve got a bit more for you today.
A twitter “poet” has been leaking details about the first device with Ice Cream Sandwich in verse form. The twitter handle is @tfleming223, and he’s [Read More...]
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SlideIT is currently in its fourth iteration, and with that comes the introduction of skins. Scoff as you might, customization and aesthetic appeal are important to lots of people out there, so I’ve got to tip my hat to the SlideIT developers for making that so easy to do.
How does SlideIT function as a line-tracing keyboard, though? On its own, alright. If there’s one thing SlideIT has going for it, [Read More...]