Virtual keyboard apps have become very useful these days. Thanks to the likes of Fleksy and SwiftKey for changing the on-screen keyboard game. There are dozens of more similar apps but only a few are worthy of our attention
Ok, so that kind of marketing is a wee bit disingenuous. With the new TAP wearable, it’s actually not the surface that you’re tapping on that matters, it’s the movement of your fingers. Be that as it may, the developers of
The BlackBerry PRIV may soon have other Android siblings. We’ve been saying a mid-range phone might be released if things go well for the Priv but renders of not just one but two smartphones were spotted online. We’re
The future living room will not only be filled with smart TVs that show thousands of apps or streaming services. It may not be dominated by virtual reality stuff but you’ll find VR headsets and cameras there. One thing that
When LG rolled out (haha, get it?) last year their Rolly Keyboard, a portable, wireless, physical keyboard, it didn’t catch on as they probably hoped it would. Maybe because it was a bit ahead of its time or maybe not a lot of
Fleksy has always been committed to improving the keyboard app regularly. The most recent release was last October when it received a custom theme builder just a few weeks after those deep links and suggested emojis were added.
If you’ve tried a Windows Phone – and being curious people we know you’ve probably tried out one model or two (like we have) – you will be hard pressed not to notice the wonderful keyboard they have on those devices.
Not everyone who communicates on mobile devices are good at expressing themselves through words or complete sentences. The developers of virtual keyboard favorite SwiftKey is on a mission to allow people, children included, with
Less than a month ago, we were able to get a glimpse of the SwiftKey 6.0 Beta complete with new settings and an improved emoji panel. Today, the team has finally pushed the official update for everyone on the Google Play Store.
There is a percentage of the whole Android community waiting for the BlackBerry Priv. Some die-hard BlackBerry fans are also waiting for the first Android-powered phone because it will give them the best of both worlds.