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Microsoft Garage Team rolls out Keyboard for Excel app for Android

Microsoft seems to be busy working on apps that would not only benefit Windows Phone users but also fans of Android. Through the Microsoft Garage Project, the tech giant is proving once again why it's still the top software developer company. Conceptualized only in late 2014, Microsoft opened the Garage for employees to work and improve on Android apps. I used to wonder why Redmond just won't focus on Windows Phone but Microsoft making Android apps means better programs for the mobile platform.

Ginger Keyboard update brings new Smart Bar feature

Ginger Keyboard is one of the more famous keyboard replacement apps for Android, and it’s come up with a recent update that brings a new feature to the keyboard. The new Smart Bar feature basically allows users to create shortcuts of apps which require the use of the keyboard on the smart bar, giving you easier access from one app to another.

OneBoard PRO+ keyboard hides a computer, Android inside

Some people joke that soon, even our toasters would have computers, possibly running Android, inside. But before we get that far (and we probably aren't that far anyway), we might come across keyboards with full computers inside, like this OneBoard PRO+. No, this isn't just a keyboard for Android device, though it could be. It is actually an Android device itself with its own processor, memory, and even WiFi connectivity!

Android Wear messaging app adds FlickKey

Did you know you can type on your smartwatch? Even on a small screen, users can still reply to messages using voice recognition or simply by typing. But with the size of the screen, typing can be very limited. It's not easy to type letters on such a small screen but Wear Messenger messaging app is adding the FlickKey Keyboard for Android. This solution aims to attract more people to jump into the bandwagon of smartwatches.

ZAGG intros new Pocket Keyboard for your phablet

Smartphones are getting bigger. We recently noted that laptop growth and tablet sales are going nowhere so more manufacturers are focusing their efforts on smartphones. Screen sizes are getting larger but admit it, typing on a touchscreen display has not always been easy. More people still prefer real keyboard especially if you need to type a longer message. Since more and more people are using phones (phablets) as their main device, we can expect smartphones to transform at a more rapid pace.

Razer Forge TV hands-on: Android living room gaming levels up

Razer revealed earlier at CES 2015 its own take as Android gaming in the living room with the Forge TV, but its take isn't simply a box or controller that you hook up to a TV and press Play. Razer's idea is more of a whole ecosystem that includes the Forge TV itself, a couple of surprisingly good controllers, and even the software that runs inside. We got to test all of these ourselves to see just how much promise this latest attempt really holds.

NovaKey wants to change the way you type

The premise of NovaKey – a new keyboard app – is that normal touchscreen keyboards still require you to look at the screen to make accurate taps on specific letters. By radically changing the orientation of the keyboard, NovaKey creates specific and unique “gestures” for each character – allowing for what they say is a more natural and fluid touchscreen typing process.

Dell Venue 10 Bluetooth Keyboard spied at the FCC

We all know that if you work from a tablet and need to do some serious typing, on screen keyboards don’t quite cut it. A lot of tablet users prefer Bluetooth keyboards that can be connected to the tablet like a case. Rumors have been swirling about the Dell Venue 10 tablet for a while and a new keyboard has crossed the FCC that appears to be for that tablet.

Fleksy beats Guinness World Record again, drops Android price

Fleksy keyboard has been a favorite of some Android users because of its speed and accuracy. It recently beat a Guiness World Record for the “fastest time to type a text message on a touchscreen device”. It's not exactly Fleksy for Android but rather the app installed on an iPhone 6 Plus but still, it's Fleksy.
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