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Using a third-party Android keyboard is pretty common these days. Whether you chose SWYPE, SwiftKey, or another keyboard, most users will agree that these third-party keyboards have much more to offer than the stock Android keyboard. Recently, Touch Type introduced two new keyboards that are sure to catch the attention of some Android users. The first is SwiftKey X. According to the company, this keyboard is " the most advanced product we’ve engineered to date, and it’s packed full of new features." The second new keyboard is designed specifically for tablets and is appropriately called... Read more...
For Android, third-party keyboards are all the rage. Unlike a stock iPhone, you can actually change up the keyboard within Android, and two companies in particular have really gained traction lately. Swype is one, with its very unusual sliding / typing method, and TouchType is the other. The company's SwiftKey keyboard uses predictive technology to guess what word you're likely going to type next, and then provide you with three main options atop the keyboard to select. In practice, it works quite well, but it never really seemed tailored for use on larger tablet screens. Now, it's clear that the... Read more...