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Minuum keyboard hands-on

The Minuum keyboard isn't new, however we did see the v2.0 release arrive in the Play Store earlier this morning. This latest release not only had the keyboard officially exiting the beta period, but it also brought a 30-day trial version for those not yet ready to fully commit. Minuum regularly sells for $3.99, so having a free trial available seems like a solid perk.

Minuum keyboard exits beta as v2.0, brings 30-day trial option

Keyboard options are one of the perks of using Android. There are numerous third party keyboard options available, some of which have proven easier to adopt. One of the slightly more difficult to initially grasp is Minuum, which at a quick glance -- looks rather different from the traditional QWERTY layout. Of course, it is really the regular layout, just minimized.

Omate TrueSmart smartwatch text input demystified

It seems that there is no stopping wearable computers, especially smartwatches like Omate's TrueSmart, from becoming the next big fad. But with any nascent technology, there are bound to be kinks to be ironed out and questions to be answered, such as one of the most prevalent question of all: how will smartwatches deal with text input?

Dynamic Keyboard hands-on: keys that change as you type

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 size along with prediction. Allowing for a faster, more accurate typing experience. Well, we have the app so check it out below for more details.

Minuum Keyboard public beta lands in the Play Store

There isn't a shortage of available keyboards for Android users, however as of today another has arrived in the Google Play Store. This latest is called Minuum Keyboard and it has arrived as a public beta. While today marks the entry in the Play Store, this isn't the first time we have heard of this keyboard though.

Fleksy keyboard beta hits Google Play

A new keyboard we first saw back in January has finally made it past the early development stages and is available starting today for all. Now that Google's allowing beta testing through the Play Store, many developers are offering this option. Meet the new keyboard called Fleksy that is aiming to replace all the keyboards on Android.
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