If you are looking to “up” your typing expierence on your tablet, you might want to check out the Logitech Tablet Keyboard for Android 3.0+. Logitech offers this keyboard for
The guys over at Droid-Life were able to get their hands on a leaked Verizon detail and comparison chart for the Samsung Stratosphere. The Stratosphere will be Verizon’s first 4G
I’m sure I am not the only one to do this, I but check the Amazon App Store every morning just to see what the free app of the might
I can almost hear all of you readers that are lucky enough to own a Xoom breathing the word “Niiiiiiiiiiice” right now, and I would have to agree. Pictured to the left is the newly released “Keyboard Folio” for the Motorola Xoom tablet
Did you know that your Android powered smart phone has multiple keyboards? Well it does, and combined with the Android Market, there are dozens of different keyboards to download. Read or watch below to
Keypurr Keyboard is trying to be the next big thing when it comes to Android keyboards, but does it offer enough of a different approach to be able to get to the top?
When we made mention of SwitftKey’s new tablet optimization, we didn’t want the smaller developers to be forgotten. Beansoft has had a tablet optimized keyboard available for months now. So
The Developer Says: “FlexT9 powered by Dragon is a four-in-one keyboard experience that puts you in the driver’s seat for communicating how you want – when you want. And only FlexT9 gives you the power to seamlessly switch between the Speak. Trace. Write. Tap. input modes as easily as it is to flip on a light switch!”
What We Liked:
Dragon voice recognition lives up to its reputation, easily besting Google’s voice recognition accuracy.
As a tracing keyboard, FlexT9 is every bit as good as Swype (better at telling the difference between “in” and “on”), with a better UI for suggested words.
Nuance, makers of the Dragon Naturally Speaking software, has announced a new app called FlexT9. Nuance is claiming FlexT9 combines Dragon dictation, T9 Trace, T9 Write and XT9 to allow Android users a number of choices to input information into their Android powered handset. Simply put, users can speak, trace, write or tap their info in, using the different predictive text technologies mentioned above.
Remember the HTC Knight (aka Evo Shift 4G or Speedy), that’s headed for Sprint? Well, we’ve discovered another photo that gives us a good look at the keyboard on the
I don’t think I can appropriately describe how much work it would take to pull me away from Swype. One handed, there is no better way to type. Period. I’m
There’s a new keyboard on the block and its name is BlindType. As the name and suggests, it’s very tolerant to inaccurate typing. It’s not meant for blind people, but
TouchType’s SwiftKey keyboard replacement for Android has arrived in a timed beta release. If you have a phone running 1.5 or higher (who doesn’t?), I am advising you to hit