Android are the keyboards. We can switch at-will, even choosing to swap in and out of third party keyboards if we like. With that diversity comes competition, leading even Google to respond by updating their stock offering. While as polarizing as any other keyboard, Google’s is pretty good -- maybe even the best.
keyboards. There isn't any shortage of options. Some of the more popular include SwiftKey and Swype, however we saw another drop the beta tag earlier this morning.
keyboard for Android. The app has been around for roughly half-a-year, though that was in beta form and available only for those participating in the Google+ beta community. Well, as of today the app has ditched the beta tag and arrived for all to checkout.
SwiftKey 4.3 dropped the beta tag in early November and it looks like the next release has arrived. The folks at SwiftKey have announced beta 4.4, which is arriving with what they are referring to as a simpler installer. Basically, it looks like SwiftKey team was able to cut down on some of the steps required during the installation and setup process.
SwiftKey 4.3 exited the beta phase in early November and that meant the "Layouts for Living" update became available by way of the Google Play Store. The key with that update was the variety of options for the keyboard. You see, Layouts for Living actually meant users had a few options including a split keyboard, right (or left) side keyboard, a keyboard that could undock and more.
coming out with its own unique, if not strange-looking, contraption.
SwiftKey 4.3 exited beta and arrived in the Google Play Store earlier this morning. That was the "Layouts for Living" update that added a few additional options for keyboard layouts. The update added a split keyboard for two-thumb typing and a mini keyboard for easier one-handed typing on a larger device. Well, it looks like Swype isn't going to let the SwiftKey update go unnoticed.
SwiftKey 4.3 arrived in beta form back in October. And with what appears to have been a successful few weeks in beta, the 4.3 release has graduated and arrived in the Play Store. The folks at SwiftKey have dubbed the 4.3 release as being one that has "Layouts for Living." To that point, SwiftKey 4.3 brings a few options for keyboard layouts.