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MessagEase Keyboard: Optimized keyboard layout for faster typing

by: Ken EastApril 13, 2012

Do you have very big fingers? Many users have problems typing on their mobile phones because they have big fingers, which in turn causes inaccurate typing because the letters on the onscreen keyboard are so small.

Because of this, many users have a hard time in composing messages and consume a significant amount of time just to type several words. To solve this problem there is now a new type of onscreen keyboard called MessagEase Keyboard which is developed to optimize the number of words that a person can type. The keys of the keyboard are larger than that of a usual QWERTY keyboard, which makes typing easier.

As described by its developers, MessagEase is a [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S3 vs Motorola DROID Fighter – Omega Superphone Smackdown

by: Mike AndriciApril 11, 2012

With HTC having already launched their new flagship Android smartphone, the HTC One X, the Android rumor mills’ attention seems to be currently focusing on the upcoming flagships from the two other main Android smartphone manufacturers: Samsung and Motorola. While during the previous weeks we have extensively covered the rumors and leaks regarding the Samsung Galaxy S3, Motorola’s upcoming smartphone, rumored to be branded as ‘the DROID Fighter’, is somewhat of a recent addition to the pre-launch interest list of Android fans worldwide.

Please note that while none of the rumored Samsung Galaxy S3 specs are set in stone, the image we currently have on the S3 was [...]

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Best Keyboard Apps for Android

by: Carl ParkerApril 11, 2012

If you’ve just recently ditched physical keys for a sleek touchscreen phone, typing on imaginary letters on screen can be quite a challenge. Thankfully, Android is all about options, but with so many options laid out in front of you, how do you know which ones to go for? Which ones of the dozens of keyboard apps on the market should you commit to?

For those of you who haven’t quite made that choice, look no further. We’ve rounded up some of the best keyboards that have gotten the love of Android users across the Internet.

Here’s a list of a few keyboards that may suit your needs, in no particular order:


The first thing [...]

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Handcent SMS 4.0: Sending text messages by hand, the easy way

by: Ken EastApril 10, 2012

Some people don’t really mind the stock messaging app on their phone and would prefer it as it is.  But, of course, some want a messaging app that can do more than what stock has to offer. If you are one of the latter, I bet that you would love to have Handcent SMS. The app has several features like scheduling a text message, blacklisting annoying contacts, voice input/output, and more.

Developed by handcent_market, Handcent SMS was recently upgraded to version 4.0, which supports both Android 4.0 and Android 2.3. This new version has several improvements such as more features, an improved user interface, free text to some Handcent users, and support for an [...]

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WO Mic: Using your Android phone as a virtual mic for your desktop

by: Ken EastApril 9, 2012

Our Android phones and tablets can perform numerous functions besides mere phone calls, SMS texting, and web browsing, but often take these things for granted because most of the time we use it for playing games, watching videos and using other apps. In turn, we don’t get to know some of the things that our Android devices can do for us.

For example, maybe you don’t know that you can actually use your device as a backup modem, speaker, and virtual microphone–with the help of an app such as WO Mic, that is.

Why on earth would you make your phone as a microphone if you can just buy a backup mic?  First of all, that’s kind of bulky, and [...]

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Smart Statusbar: Accessing the statusbar even from fullscreen apps

by: Carl ParkerApril 9, 2012

While an app’s taking up your whole screen may be useful when you’re watching a movie or playing a game, it can be distracting to not see your statusbar. Every few minutes, you’ll want to pause your movie just to check your statusbar details, whether it’s to check for the time, or how much charge you’ve got left on your battery.

Smart Statusbar, however, removed the hassle of having to exit your full screen application to check your statusbar. Instead, you can check your statusbar while you’re making complete use of your device’s screen. Swipe your finger from the top edge of your tablet to the bottom and you’ll be able [...]

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Samsung Galaxy S2 vs Samsung Galaxy S3

by: Carl ParkerApril 9, 2012

Not everyone may like rumors, but when it’s a rumor about the Samsung Galaxy S3, we’re all ears. Samsung’s newest flagship has clocked in more than 10 million pre-ordered units, so it’s natural that everyone wants to know what this hype is about. Though these specs are just speculations, we’d like to see what these rumors might be like up against the extremely popular Samsung Galaxy S2 GT-I9100. There’s no one definitive source but we’ve crawled the Internet to bring to you whatever we could find on Samsung’s new powerhouse.

How much of a chance does the Galaxy S2 GT-I9100 stand against the Galaxy S3? Let’s take a [...]

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A look at Google Maps 6.5: HD graphics, ICS support, improved navigation, and more

by: Carl ParkerApril 9, 2012

When you need to get somewhere, knowing how to get there is your top priority. But what can you do when that new place your friends want to meet you at isn’t on the map yet? Nowadays, we can no longer rely on physical maps when a new shop and a new business crops up every day. A physical map can get outdated really quickly in this day and age. We can always Google the establishment’s address, but if you’re not familiar with the area it’s in, you’ll still get lost. Thankfully, with how easy it is to be connected, we also have access to Google Maps.

With a slogan like, “whether you need directions to your destination, the closest good [...]

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AirCover: Tool for securing and optimizing your Android

by: Ken EastApril 8, 2012

Do you think the security application that you are using in your Android device is good enough? Think again. There’s a new app that claims to solve all your security needs. AirCover is fully equipped to protect your device from all types of malicious content and has lots of additional features, too.

This app has it all.  It serves as an antivirus, a tracking tool for your device in case you lose it, a utility for remotely wiping data to prevent your device from being used by another, an app for controlling for individual apps and advanced system access, cloud-based storage to back up your important data, and many more other features.

All Covered

AirCover [...]

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Crystal Downloader: Download manager and accelerator for Android

by: Carl ParkerApril 7, 2012

If you need to download files in a hurry, waiting for each little byte to finish downloading can be excruciating. Normally, you’d rather leave the hard-core and huge downloads as tasks fitting for desktops or laptops, but often we’re in too much hurry to wait around for the download to complete–and, then, there’s the trouble of having to transfer the downloaded file from desktop to Android.

For those of you who have been waiting for a decent downloader for your Android devices, Crystal Downloader is here to make downloading files a sweet dream on your Android phone. Developed by xtr143, Senior Member of XDA Developers, Crystal Downloader is a [...]

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