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SwiftKey Cloud beta update improves Flow prediction and more

The SwiftKey Cloud beta launched a short time back and it looks like the first update has arrived. The details are coming by way of the SwiftKey blog where they offers details on the updated release for both tablets and smartphones. This update will bring the version number (for tablets and smartphones) to 4.2.0.94 and the apk for both are available for download at this time.

SwiftKey Cloud beta aims to make Android keyboards smarter

The number one 3rd party keyboard for Android is about to get even better, if you can imagine that. Just announced is the all new SwiftKey Cloud beta. Offering full backup & sync for the most personalized and smartest typing experience on a mobile device. This is something we've been wishing they'd offer, and now all your device will learn together, from each other, and make typing a breeze. There's more to the new SwiftKey Cloud too so read on after the break.

App Updates: Chrome Browser, Facebook Beta, Robird and more

This weekend there was all sorts of app updates, but a few in particular have been updated as of last night and this morning worth mentioning. Of course, there's far too many apps to keep track of, but a few important apps were updated and we figured a shout out was in order for things like the Facebook Beta, and our favorite Twitter app.

Facebook Beta removes legacy menu button, now lets you save photos

It's about time! Late last night Facebook issued an update to their recently announced app beta channel, and it brought some features and changes we've been waiting far too long for. The new Facebook Beta v3.5 finally removes the huge black bar and legacy menu button for smartphones that don't have a hardware menu button. Thanks Facebook, many HTC owners will be happy to see this.

Facebook Beta for Android updated with bug fixes galore

On June 27, we reported that the social network had announced the Facebook beta for Android app, which promised to be a (sorely needed) improvement offering better performance and other such statements we've heard before. It has been about a week, and an update for the beta app was just rolled out featuring a host of bug fixes while retaining the same version number.

Facebook Beta for Android promises a better, faster app

The Facebook app surely has its fair share of issues, and has been something of discussion for a long time in the Android world. With the new Facebook Home, their app was improved significantly, but it looks like Facebook isn't done with the improvements yet. They've just announced a Facebook Beta for Android. One that promises a faster, smoother, better performing app, but we've heard that before.

Minuum Keyboard ready for beta testing – aims to change how we type

QWERTY has been around, and basked in relative comfort, since 1873, when Remington first trademarked it for use on their typewriters. We're pretty sure no one has really had a problem with it, even in touchscreen form... no one that is, except for Minuum. Their goal? They're aiming to "re-revolutionize" the way we type.

iOS 7 has popular Apple hacker eying switch to Android

As we all know, last week the team at Apple announced and revealed their all-new and completely redesigned iOS 7. A lot of people love it, some don't, and obviously this is just the early beta stages of their new mobile OS. However, this morning a popular and well received iOS hacker and jailbreak master didn't have very kind words to say about the new OS. In fact, he's considering switching to Android.

Falcon Pro v2.0 enters the Play Store as a public beta

Falcon Pro offered a bit of a teaser for the 2.0 update earlier this morning and it looks like you can now download that update. The one catch here, Falcon Pro 2.0 is still available in beta form. Assuming you don't mind playing with a beta release, this is open and available for those wanting to check things out. The Falcon Pro beta is being handled through the Play Store and requires nothing more than a few clicks and a minute or so to update the app on your device.
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