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Stadia announced at GDC: Google’s attempt to disrupt the gaming industry

by Andrew Grush March 19, 20190 comments

How stable is Android Q?

by Jimmy Westenberg March 19, 20190 comments

Questions I'd like answered before I hype Google Stadia

by Joe Hindy March 20, 20190 comments
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Best Android phones (March 2019)

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Swiftkey beta now automatically switches to incognito mode when you go ‘gift shopping’

The Microsoft-owned keyboard app now switches learning off when you open an incognito browser tab.
by Hadlee SimonsJanuary 22, 2019

Swiftkey reduces lag by 50 percent, delivers more performance improvements

The team also claims that Swiftkey is now the fastest loading Android keyboard app.
by Hadlee SimonsJanuary 18, 2019

SwiftKey update lets you customize the toolbar, beta version gets small visual refresh

The updates are available for the stable and beta versions of SwiftKey and include new features and some bug fixes.
by Williams PelegrinApril 27, 2018

SwiftKey Keyboard update adds a new toolbar and editable stickers

SwiftKey says that the update is the biggest to its keyboard since the company was bought by Microsoft in 2016.
by Duncan ElderMarch 16, 2018

10 must-have apps for your new Android smartphone

Got a new smartphone? Here are a few essential apps you should consider downloading.
by Mitja RutnikDecember 25, 2017

Phone too quiet? SwiftKey Keyboard introduces keypress sounds

SwiftKey Keyboard is getting four new keypress sounds: Traditional, Android, Modern and Blip.
by Jimmy WestenbergMarch 13, 2017

SwiftKey adds incognito mode for secret texting

SwiftKey has finally added incognito mode to its public app, allowing you to write whatever you need to without the keyboard learning what you type.
by Kris CarlonNovember 12, 2016

SwiftKey adds AI-powered predictions for Spanish, French and German

SwiftKey can now more accurately predict the next word that you’re going to type in Spanish, French and German.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 17, 2016

SwiftKey Keyboard on Android now uses a neural network for predictions

Starting today, SwiftKey Keyboard on Android will be powered by a neural network.
by Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 15, 2016

SwiftKey suspends cloud syncing after data leak

Some SwiftKey users got suggestions of unfamiliar personal information on their keyboard. In response, SwiftKey has suspended cloud syncing temporarily.
by Brian ReighJuly 31, 2016
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