The latest update for SwiftKey has arrived in the Play Store. And while SwiftKey seems to get updates on a fairly regular basis -- this is one that will likely attract a bit more attention than usual. Simply put, SwiftKey is now available for free.
"Simple is the new smart", is what LG wants you believe. But while the LG G3 seemingly tries to deliver the "simple" side of things, can it also deliver "smart"? These batch of new user experience (UX) features claim that it can.
Omate TrueSmart users now have another keyboard option to consider. This latest is the Minuum keyboard, which is one we took a took at a few weeks earlier when the v2.0 release arrived. At the time we were mainly looking at Minuum on the Moto X, however we did briefly test it on the TrueSmart as well.
Sony Xperia owners have long enjoyed a great keyboard experience, and it’s about to get better. Following in the footsteps of Motorola and HTC, Sony has begun breaking their apps from the OS proper, this time bringing their keyboard to the Play Store. Along with a few tweaks, the keyboard can now enjoy the same update process of other apps.
Fleksy, which calls itself the "Happy Typing" keyboard, is spreading its wings in this latest update for the flexible, and forgiving, Android alternative keyboard. Starting with this release, Fleksy will be supporting 6 more languages, including Swedish and Czech, and adding keyboard layouts such as QWERTZ and Dvorak.
The latest SwiftKey beta arrived back in mid-March. These beta releases are available for anyone willing to sideload the app, and also not unheard of. We suspect some are playing in the SwiftKey beta channel, however for many, we suspect the beta releases just provide some hints in terms of upcoming features.
There is no shortage of third-party keyboard options for Android. And with that in mind, it looks like one of those options has recently been updated to version 2.0. The keyboard is Fleksy and the v2.0 update is touted as brining Cloud personalization and a new badge reward system. Nicely, there was also some other improvements and general fixes that came along with the 2.0 update.
Google has updated the stock Android keyboard today, bringing with it a nice feature we’ve long wanted. The keyboard app will now keep track of your typing habits and offer personalized suggestions. The feature is turned on by default, but can easily be disabled in settings.
We aren't necessarily convinced every SwiftKey user needs to be playing in the beta channel, though these series of updates are interesting to watch as they offer hints in terms of upcoming features. Having said that, the folks at SwiftKey have recently rolled out the latest beta release -- which brings some integration with Google+ and Evernote.