SwiftKey is back in the news today announcing the all new, redesigned SwiftKey 3 for smartphones and tablets. Available starting today is the new and improved SwiftKey 3 beta for their VIP forum members, and we can expect it to launch in the Play Store soon. We were lucky enough to enjoy the predictive text features and more all early so check out the hands-on after the break.
Archos has just released a brand new teaser video showing off their latest Android 4.0 ICS tablets. Only these are aiming for the Transformer crowd and come complete with an ultra thin keyboard dock like we've seen from ASUS. Check out the fuzzy yet HD teaser video below.
SwiftKey, has just announced they've passed 5 million downloads. Along with this awesome news comes two things. They are hosting a sale to celebrate, and have also updated the applications with additional language support and more.
Swype has just released their latest beta today, finally adding official support for Ice Cream Sandwich and the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. It's a little later than the "few days away" comments from Swype earlier this month, but it's finally here so lets enjoy it. Even if this is only a beta release.
DROID 4. Just arriving on our test bench we decided to quickly snap some photos and look over the latest iteration in the popular DROID line before giving it a full rundown. At first glance you'd almost mistake this for the new DROID RAZR, only the screen is slightly smaller and we have that all important keyboard. Coming in with specs similar to what the DROID 3 should have been, the D4 has some impressive power under the hood in more ways than one.
Swype promised an update to support Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich back at the beginning on January. Stating it would arrive before the end of the month. Now that we are slowly getting into February it should be coming any day now. Who is ready for some official Swyping on their Galaxy Nexus?
Galaxy Note you know this 5.3" phone tablet hybrid is anything but ordinary. For that reason Samsung has been pushing update after update to the international version according to many comments on Twitter and over at XDA forums. Today it appears a huge update is rolling out bringing all sorts of improvements, changes, and tweaks for the larger than life device. If you have the extra screen real estate you might as well use it right? They've even added a one-handed typing option. More details are below.
Galaxy Nexus. After being unsupported since release date today they've clarified when we can expect to see an update.