Android L Keyboard Pulled from Google Play, Here’s How to Get It

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Last month Google surprised many in the Android and mobile world by not only showing off the next version of Android months ahead of the release for the first time in years, but they also released an early developer preview of the Android L beta. One of the many new additions is the material keyboard, […]

How to Get the Android L Keyboard Now

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This week Google shocked the mobile and Android world by not only showing off the next version of Android months in advance, similar to how Apple teases iOS, but they also released it to the public in a developer preview state. Android L is the new and exciting kid on the block, but sadly you […]

5 iOS 8 Features Apple Borrowed from Android

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This morning Apple finally made the new iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite official. Taking the stage at its annual WWDC in California to reveal the latest and greatest Apple software.  While there’s plenty of awesome new features, there are a few we wanted to highlight that stem from Android and the competition. Tim Cook […]

iOS 8 Keyboard Finally Catches Up With Android

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Today is Apple day with the company hosting its annual WWDC event in California, and one announcement (of many) should make millions and millions of iOS users extremely happy. We’re talking about the keyboard of course, as Apple aims to reduce all those auto-correct fails that happen on a daily basis. iOS 8 was finally […]

Logitech Ultrathin iPad Mini Bluetooth Keyboard Review

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Logitech’s Ultrathin iPad Bluetooth Keyboard has been a hot seller for quite a while, and the company decided that it was time to make their iPad keyboard even better by improving on a few qualities. Logitech updated its Ultrathin Bluetooth keyboards for both the iPad Air and the iPad mini with a thinner and lighter […]

How to Tell the Difference Between a Genuine and Fake Apple Keyboard

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If you have an iMac or other desktop Mac computer, an Apple Bluetooth keyboard most likely came bundled with it. However, if you have a MacBook docked to an external monitor and want to use a separate mouse and keyboard, you may be eyeing Apple’s Bluetooth keyboard, which retails at $79.99. Some users never hesitate […]

Logitech Smart Keyboard Review: All-in-One Remote for Home Theaters

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Using a computer keyboard as your universal remote control for your entire home theater system seems implausible when you first think about it, but once you check out Logitech’s Smart Keyboard, it will all make sense. Logitech’s Smart Keyboard remote is a wireless keyboard with a built-in trackpad that can control pretty much anything in […]

Dell Venue 11 Pro Mobile Tablet Keyboard Review

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Dell has made two different keyboard accessories available for the Venue 11 Pro tablet, a powered keyboard that adds some weight to the tablet along with a slimmer keyboard cover that’s fashioned in a similar manner to Microsoft’s Type Cover for the Surface tablet. The former is marketed as the Mobile Tablet Keyboard and essentially […]

Fleksy SDK Brings Third-Party Keyboard to iPhone in More Apps

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Apple usually frowns upon third-party keyboard support, but as long as its own keyboard is used in its own apps, then the company doesn’t seem to care otherwise. With that said, the popular third-party iPhone keyboard Fleksy just released an SDK to the public (software development kit), meaning that we’ll see third-party keyboard support in […]

Dell Venue 8 Pro Keyboard Review

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The 8-inch Windows 8 Dell Venue 8 Pro is one of the most well-appointed and affordable 8-inch Windows tablets on the market today with a screen size that’s designed to compete against consumer-grade devices like Apple’s iPad mini and Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8. With that in mind, Dell had committed to building out the tablet’s […]

Bring Swype to iOS with TouchPal iOS 7 Jailbreak Tweak

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We’ve already talked about one method to bring over a beloved keyboard replacement from Android over to iOS with SwiftKey Note, but Swype is another favorite keyboard replacement on Android that isn’t officially available on iOS. However, if you’re jailbroken, you can bring Swype-like capabilities to your iPhone or iPad. TouchPal has just been updated […]

How to Type Faster on Android: 5 Tips & Tricks

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When it comes to typing on your Android smartphone and tablet there’s plenty of options and 3rd party keyboards which aim to improve the experience or make you faster. From Swype, Swiftkey, to even Google’s own keyboard right on the Play Store. If you’re one of the millions that simply hunt and peck or tap […]

How to Swear on Android (And Disable Blocking Offensive Words)

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Last week we shared some details regarding how to add words to the dictionary on your Android device, which spawned a few questions from readers, one which many of you have dealt with in the past. Swearing and using curse words. If you want to swear, go ahead, but Android has a few settings that […]

How to Add Words to the Dictionary on Android

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Typing on our smartphones and tablets has improved immensely over the past few years. Google’s own keyboard is getting smarter and smarter, and third party alternatives like SwiftKey and Swype are excellent. However, there is a dictionary on Android it tries to follow, and as a result some words or names always get corrected, even […]

Best Nexus 7 2013 Accessories

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The original Nexus 7 was wildly successful and truly put Android tablets on the map, and this year the second-gen Nexus 7 (2013) is even better. With such popularity comes a guarantee that there will be several different cases and accessories for the device, so we’ve gathered a few of our favorites. The new Nexus […]

Google Hangouts and Keyboard Updated for Android 4.4 KitKat

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Last week Google officially released Android 4.4 KitKat and the new Nexus 5. Then along with all the changes and user interface tweaks they delivered a brand new Google Hangouts experience, and a newly improved Google Keyboard. Today those are now available for everyone. If you aren’t the proud owner of the Nexus 5 and […]

SwiftKey Keyboard 4.3 Arrives With Customization for any Screen Size

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The popular third party keyboard replacement for Android called SwiftKey received a big update today, offering tons of features that have previously only been available for those in their beta testing program. Detailed back in October is the newly improved SwiftKey 4.3 update titled “Layouts for Living” that will bring ultimate customization. As we all […]

Android 4.4 KitKat Google Keyboard Available Now

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Yesterday Google announced its new Nexus 5 smartphone running Android 4.4 KitKat, the company’s latest mobile OS, and while most of the focus was on new features and design changes, one that didn’t get attention is the keyboard. Google’s stock keyboard recently launched on the Play Store, available to all, and the new version 2 […]

SwiftKey 4.3 Keyboard Beta Brings Customization to any Screen Size

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SwiftKey, Android’s most popular keyboard replacement app, received an update for beta users today promising some big changes. Being described as “Layouts for Living,” the new SwiftKey 4.3 will allow users to completely customize the keyboard as they see fit. Finally making a keyboard that will adapt to any smartphone or tablet screen size. With […]

ZAGG Teases New Thinner, Lighter Folio Keyboard Case for iPad 5

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ZAGG, the maker of the Invisible Shield, is teasing a thinner and lighter backlit keyboard case that will be compatible with Apple’s rumored iPad 5 tablet. Though Apple has not announced the iPad 5 yet, the iOS-maker has announced an event later this month on October 22, a date that’s believed by many tech writers […]