SwiftKey 3 keyboard for Android smartphones and tablets. SwiftKey 3 has just been updated to version 3.0.1 and brings with it tons of bug fixes, as well as two new languages, and two fun themes for summer. We have screenshots and all the details below.
Facebook pages to let the cat out of the bag regarding their upcoming Android tablet. We've seen a few teaser images in the past, but now we are getting the first look at what Archos has been working on. This is their brand new Archos Gen 10 tablet -- complete with a keyboard dock and all.
myTouch devices over on the Magenta carrier and are made by Huawei. These new budget smartphones are essentially identical, only one comes with a QWERTY hardware keyboard. Check out pics and details in our full review below.
SwiftKey 3. Today they've posted a quick update that is available now in the Play Store that solves a few pesky bugs, but most importantly now supports Android 4.1 Jelly Bean and the Nexus 7 tablet.
DROID PRO, but this ones received a few upgrades that might have a few interested.
Swiftkey, has just left its beta tag behind and as of right now is finally available to everyone in the Google Play Store. We've talked about SwiftKey 3 here plenty as we're big fans of the newest version out. Head below for more details, screenshots, video, and download links.
Swype. One of the first 3rd party keyboards to really take off for Android has just hit the ground running this morning and announced their all new keyboard that they are calling "the next generation of Swype!" Now you can Swype, type, talk, or write all with a single keyboard. Check out our hands-on below.
Huawei has another handset that is set to hit the airwaves shortly. The odd thing here is the backwards direction it is taking. The Huawei M660 is sporting a BlackBerry style portrait hardware keyboard and appears to be running Android 2.3.6 Gingerbread. Users on Cricket Wireless might want to stay tuned.
PatentBolt points to a non-standard solution: just slap a physical keyboard on there. Or perhaps "clip" is a more accurate term, since the device in Lenovo's patent filings actually has two separate pieces for separate hands.
SwiftKey. Their popular keyboard for Android has multiple impressive features like their predictive text engine and more. Today we had a chance to sit down and talk with Joe Braidwood, CMO of SwiftKey about the product, their vision, and why the VIP Forum Community is so important to them.