The folks at SwiftKey dropped the latest beta update earlier this morning. This was the v4.3 release, specifically the APK has been posted as version 126.96.36.199 and it brings what is being referred to as "layouts for living."
As the line between smartphone and tablet continue to blur, our needs become confused. We need a keyboard that can adjust, not force us to interact with our devices in a way we don’t want to. The new Swiftkey app may be just
Earlier this week we found a neat new 3rd party keyboard for Android called Dynamic Keyboard. The promise was a dynamic and fluid typing experience that will predict words, and the keys will dynamically change and increase in
Third party keyboard alternatives for Android is a booming business. From Swype, SwiftKey, Fleksy and more. Today though we've just been tipped off about an awesome looking new app called Dynamic Keyboard. And it's exactly that.
The Amazon Appstore for Android has been around for quite some time and recently had its second birthday, but in the UK today they're celebrating it's first year. As a celebration we're seeing 10 of the most popular or greatest
Swiftkey, makers of the popular keyboard app, has finally launched its cloud service that seems both logical and yet unusual for a keyboard app. Simply called SwiftKey Cloud, the service allows users to sync their personal
SwiftKey Cloud beta saw an update earlier in the month and it looks like another update has already arrived. This latest takes the app from 188.8.131.52 to version 184.108.40.206. As we have seen in the past, this latest beta release
The SwiftKey Cloud beta launched a short time back and it looks like the first update has arrived. The details are coming by way of the SwiftKey blog where they offers details on the updated release for both tablets and
The number one 3rd party keyboard for Android is about to get even better, if you can imagine that. Just announced is the all new SwiftKey Cloud beta. Offering full backup & sync for the most personalized and smartest typing
When Google released the stock Android Jelly Bean keyboard to the Play Store for all users, it was quite the shocker. Offering their keyboard as an alternative to manufacture skinned models, or the likes of Swype and SwiftKey.