Interacting with the Galaxy Gear via voice is convenient, but not always appropriate. To prevent having any awkward moments trying to talk into your wrist,...

If you’ve used the Galaxy Note 3, you’re probably familiar with its beautiful display and blazing fast specs. You’ve also probably realized...

Samsung has been relatively prompt and punctual regarding their Android 4.0 updates, which is good news for Galaxy S II and Galaxy Note owners. The international version of the Galaxy S II received it’s update in March, and now we’ve managed to get our hands on the pre-release Android 4.0 update for the AT&T Galaxy Note. In addition to the new features...

Not too long ago we completed our review of our top 10 keyboards of 2011-2012, and crowned Swiftkey X as our champion. In celebration of this momentous occasion, we’ve teamed up with Swiftkey’s developers, TouchType, to give 10 lucky readers a free copy of our favorite Android input method. To be eligible to win, be one of the first 10 readers to leave a...

If you’ve taken a look at our 2011-2012, Android Keyboard Power Ranking, you probably know your way around Android input methods. However, if you have not had this experience, I would be happy to demonstrate how to change your default stock keyboard to one of the fancy ones from the Android Market. 1. Take a look at our Top 10 Keyboards–download and install...

It was around spring of 2008 that I got my grubby hands on my G1. It wasn’t exactly a speed demon, but it’s hardware keyboard (nearly as nice as my Sidekick ID’s) allowed for magnificent typing speed. Upon hearing that cupcake would feature an onscreen keyboard as well, I got excited that I could finally type without having to slide open my phone. Although...

Swiftkey X by TouchType LTD 4.6 Stars (38,541) Editor’s choice $3.99   Forgive me for sounding biased–but I am. This keyboard ended all of my typing woes. After using numerous keyboards over the years, I finally hopped onto the Swiftkey X bandwagon when I saw it on sale for a mere .99 cents during the Android Market’s 10 billion downloads sale....

I remember when Android 1.5, Cupcake brought the soft keyboard to my G1 and from that day on I stopped using hardware keyboards for I knew that eventually, there would be one soft-keyboard to rule them all. According to our users, that one keyboard is none other than Swype. This month we polled our readers on which of the top 4 keyboards on the Android Market and the...

Have you ever had those days where you felt like your thumbs were burnt out from sending out text messages all day? Wouldn’t it have been nice to just connect a keyboard to your phone? Well… if you had a bluetooth keyboard you could, but chances are that you don’t. But fear not! I’m sure you still have a laptop… or at least a computer with...

We’ve already brought you guys the Ice Cream Sandwich ringtones and wallpapers and now today, we bring you Android 4.0’s keyboard! Now I know a lot of you out there are anxiously waiting for the Galaxy Nexus to finally hit U.S. shores, but in the meantime, you can get a preview of what it feels like to type on Samsung and Google’s latest offspring....