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Adaptxt Tablet Beta review and hands-on video

by: ClaytonJuly 4, 2012

Update: Adaptxt reached out to us to inform us that there’s was a temporary manifest problem on Google Play that prevented some tablet users from installing the app on their devices. The problem has been fixed now.

Many tablet users are subjected, at one point, to the hassle of searching for a keyboard that is easy to use, efficient, and feature rich. Stock keyboards just don’t cut it, and the plethora of replacement keyboard apps available on the Play Store can be daunting. And there are just so many options native to the different tablets available today. So, how about getting one keyboard that can cover all the bases? Enter the Adaptxt Tablet Beta [...]

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Adaptxt Tablet Beta hits Play Store, promises to take the pain out of tablet typing

by: Bogdan PetrovanJuly 3, 2012

Update: Adaptxt reached out to us to inform us that there’s was a temporary manifest problem on Google Play that prevented some tablet users from installing the app on their devices. The problem has been fixed now.

I am sure there are many folks out there that love to type on tablets and are actually pretty good at it. For me though, tactile feedback is essential, so I’ve always felt there is something lacking from the experience of entering text on Android tablets. With that being said, at least until shape-shifting touchscreens become mainstream, we can make our lives easier by using one of the smart keyboard apps available on the market.

Last month, [...]

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Best Android keyboards for smartphones compared: Adaptxt vs Swiftkey X vs SlideIT vs stock ICS [video]

by: Chris SmithJune 19, 2012

Typing is an essential part of the experience of using an Android device. Most of us type everyday, be it text messages, emails, posts, memos, or simple searches. When typing on an Android smartphone becomes cumbersome, productivity hits rock bottom. It’s no wonder that many Android keyboard developers compete to create the most versatile and intuitive keyboard for Android.

Many users are looking for more speed, more accuracy, and a well rounded user interface. Picking the right keyboard for Android smartphones is often a long string of trials and errors. Of course, not everyone is willing to spend money and time trying out new [...]

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Adaptxt Keyboard for Android smartphones review and hands-on video

by: ClaytonJune 14, 2012

There are many replacement keyboard apps floating around the Play Store, but some simply don’t stand up to the acid test of daily use. While some of these keyboard apps are “smart” enough, they disappoint in the usability department. Others are intuitive and easy to use, but don’t add enough functionality to warrant a change from the stock keyboard on your device.

For app developers, it’s not easy to come up with an app that satisfies the needs of power users, without pushing away the more casual user base. It takes a lot of tweaking, usability testing, and listening to feedback, and as a result, many Android keyboard apps simply [...]

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Update to Adaptxt for Android brings smarter, faster texting, with support for 50 languages

by: Bogdan PetrovanJune 12, 2012

Smart keyboards apps are an essential category of application for many Android users. Thanks to features like word prediction, smart error correction, and optimized key layouts, smart keyboards allows you to take your smartphone typing to the next level.

There are several quality smart keyboards applications available for Android, of which Swiftkey or SlideIT are perhaps the best known. But there is growing competition to the established players, coming from Adaptxt Beta, an app that promises faster and fluid texting on your Android device.

Developed by Keypoint Technologies, Adaptxt brings some unique features to the table, including the ability to use [...]

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