Everyone types a little differently and in this list, we’ll help you find your best keyboard for Android.
This week’s Android customization wants to help you stay ahead of the curve. Let’s make sure you know how to manage your Android keyboards so you can stay ahead of those other guys that finally got third party keyboards too.
Google is rolling out an update to its Keyboard, bringing a few minor changes including a few spoken emoji commands.
Shen Ye’s port of the Android L Keyboard has now been removed from Google Play after 800k downloads, due to a violation of Google’s developer distribution agreement.
CyanogenMod Nightlies now include left and right text cursor navigation keys that live in your bottom system navigation bar. Keep your stock Google Keyboard and have your arrow keys too.
The Android L Keyboard is now available in Google Play. The app installs just like any other third-party keyboard app – no root required, no side-loading and no need to remove Google Keyboard.
Google Keyboard has a new update in store for us that brings a few bug fixes, alongside a new personalized suggestion feature.
It’s a small change, but for fans of the neon blue that characterized Android from Ice Cream Sandwich through Jelly Bean, it’s a welcome one.
Here are 5 Android apps that have made a splash in the Play Store this week along with some of the hottest news in the Google Play Store.
The latest version of Google Keyboard has now arrived to the Play Store, bringing several KitKat keyboard functions over to any Android 4.0+ device.