SwiftKey pioneered predictive keyboards (and still does it best, in my opinion), but the company won’t stop there. It has released experimental keyboards before, but the latest is more than just a minor experiment. It’s called SwiftKey Neural Alpha, and it’s the first keyboard to use a neural network for word predictions.
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As phones and tablets become more and more viable replacements for laptops, manufacturers are coming up with ways to create accessories that will enable more productivity. LG has just found a new one with the LG Rolly, a full-size keyboard that can roll up to fit in your pocket, which will inevitably cause plenty of ... Read More »
I’ve been using SwiftKey for ages and have converted many to the keyboard due to its great predictive engine and many features. But the company is releasing a new keyboard in beta today, and it’s aimed at simplifying the typing experience and letting you focus on what you’re typing. No, it’s not some new and ... Read More »
How would you like a fresh Google app to help you over this Wednesday hump?
Google Handwriting Input just launched in the Play Store, giving us another Google-made keyboard to try out. As its name suggests, Google Handwriting Input will let you write words and emojis with or without ... Read More »
The Jorno keyboard began its life on Kickstarter back in 2012 with the promise of a pocketable folding Bluetooth keyboard for your smartphone and tablet. I remember watching it with interest at the time, as I took most of my notes on a folding keyboard in college and would have backed it if I wasn’t ... Read More »
Bluetooth keyboards are a dime a dozen, and like with many products these days, people tend to cheap out and get poor quality items. But what else is one to do on a budget? Inateck has, so far, been a great manufacturer of budget Android accessories, and the BK1002E Bluetooth keyboard is no different.
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Minuum is a pretty awesome keyboard replacement that takes word prediction to the next level by offering only one row of keys. All of the letters are condensed on this row and the keyboard will predict what word you want based on the position of your taps. It actually works pretty well, and ... Read More »
Fleksy appears to be taking things beyond the keyboard with their latest update. They view themselves as the primary input method on your device, and as such you shouldn’t be limited to simply text and emojis.
Beyond a more Material Design-inspired look for the app, the extensions are the most significant ... Read More »
If you’re a fan of SwiftKey, welcome to the club. Many of us at Android and Me adore the third-party keyboard, despite its stock theme not looking too great. I switched to Google Keyboard for a week, and the aesthetic was wonderful (despite the keyboard being far worse, in my opinion). But if ... Read More »
Use Fleksy? If so, we’ve got some good news for you today. And if you don’t, well, we’ve got even more good news.
Fleksy just announced that it’s going to be pushing out a version 3.3 update to its Android app today. Included in the update are new backspace and shift key ... Read More »