New Virtual Keyboard available for Android
Previously only available for a “fruity” competitor, Exideas has released it’s MessagEase for Android. It is a condensed-sized keyboard that utilizes the most frequently used letters in the English language and centers them on the keyboard, and then the secondary letters follow. There are tutorials on the website on how to use this app. It is a free beta download, and after some memorization, it is a quick way of typing on a smaller screen to avoid fat-fingering letters. (how many times have you typed “cim” instead of “com”?)
As mentioned, it is a free download, and worth a shot to try it out. It seems confusing at first, but once you go through the tutorials, it does become easier. Definitely a viable option for those phones with smaller screens, or just something fun to play around with. Download it today free from the Android Market, or by scanning the QR code.
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