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This is the Olympic Galaxy Note 8

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10 best Android keyboards

If the stock keyboard on your phone is giving you the blues, we'll show you the best Android keyboards to help you type even faster.
by Joe HindyDecember 13, 2017

Android emoji – everything you need to know

Trying to get into the Emoji world? Our plan here is to take you through an extensive guide on the Android emoji experience.
by Edgar CervantesNovember 11, 2017

Latest SwiftKey Beta lets you theme your keyboard with your own photos

Thanks to a recent SwiftKey beta app update, you can create keyboard themes using your own photographs as the basis.
by Scott Adam GordonOctober 30, 2017

SwiftKey gets new themes, hashtag predictions, and more with latest update

The update adds three new default themes — light, dark, and high contrast — a redesigned SwiftKey hub, hashtag predictions, and six new languages.
by Mitja RutnikOctober 2, 2017

Swiftkey Beta adds GIF input, hashtag prediction, and new language transliteration

The latest update to the Swiftkey Beta branch has added in GIF input support, hashtag prediction, new language transliteration, and other fixes.
by Robert TriggsJune 16, 2017

SwiftKey is no longer charging for its keyboard themes on Android and iOS

The popular smartphone keyboard app, SwiftKey, has announced it will no longer charge for any of its optional themes, and has made all of them free to use.
by John CallahamDecember 1, 2016

SwiftKey for Android now makes it easier to save and send text phrases

The SwiftKey Keyboard app has been update for Android, adding in features like Clipboard that makes it easy to save and send text phrases.
by John CallahamNovember 28, 2016

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 Beta update brings incognito mode, text expansion and more

A new update to SwiftKey Beta brings a number of new features such as the Incognito mode and text expansion, as well as bug fixes.
by Jay DecenellaOctober 14, 2016
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