SwiftKey is now free! One of Android’s most popular keyboards is now free for anyone to grab and it now employes a freemium model. Click to read more!
Everyone types a little differently and in this list, we’ll help you find your best keyboard for Android.
Swiftkey, the uber popular keyboard replacement app, today received a consistent update to version 4.3 beta that unifies the phone and tablet versions into one flexible app.
What’s being called ‘shape changing plastic’ has the ability to manipulate itself on a very small scale. The technology, which utilizes electrostriction, basically applies an electrical field to your touchscreen. In doing so, the material the screen is made of reacts to the charge, and the varied charge can create texture.
Tactus has released a new video to show off its morphing touchscreen technology, which allows a physical keyboard to rise out of the screen – not only does it look cool, but it should help enhance your typing experience.
Nokia’s online poll shows that the majority of users prefer QWERTY keyboards over touchscreen phones. But is this representative of the entire mobile market, or is Nokia looking at data skewed toward the old way of using smartphones?
Ever since the touchscreen revolution, smartphone users who often send messages and emails have found that the lack of a physical keyboard makes fast and accurate typing much of a hassle. Obviously, those users were much inclined to use BlackBerry smartphones for their typing mania, although there are several notable Android smartphone who featured a full QWERTY physical keyboard as well (the Motorola Droid series is the best example I can think of at the moment). The problem encountered by most users when using touchscreen keyboards is that such keyboards lack tactile feedback: visual differentiators do exist, but your fingers…