Although Android has a ton of different keyboards out there (we’ve even reviewed 14 of them) the default Samsung keyboard aint to shabby. I still use it To access the keyboard settings, simply pop up the keyboard and then hit the little cog on the bottom left of the screen: Let’s take a look at all of the settings and what you can do with them: Portrait Keypad...

It’s arguably one of the most important components of your phone—you spend much of your time tapping away on it but how well do you actually know your keyboard? Here at CareAce we’ve gone through our share of Android Keyboards (just take a look at our Ultimate Android Keyboard Showdown: 14 keyboard review), yet I still find myself returning to the good...

Back before Honeycomb came around, we used to switch keyboards by long pressing a text box. However, you guys may have noticed that the same functionality is not initially apparent on Honeycomb. In actuality, Honeycomb’s solution for keyboard switching is even clearer; their is a dedicated button for switching input methods right next to the clock! To make the...

Hey guys, today’s tip is for those of you running Android devices with hardware QWERTY keyboards. As an early adopter of the Danger Sidekick, I’ve always had a soft spot for hardware keyboards, and one feature I always found useful were the quick launch shortcuts. If you have an Android Phone with keyboard, these quick launch buttons are already active, but...

A new Samsung phone just passed through the FCC today carrying AT&T compatible 850MHz and 1900MHz frequency radios. Details are limited to the radio frequencies as well as GSM/GRPS/EDGE/WCDMA/HSPA compatibility and a 1500mAh battery. Based on the label location diagram above, the general shape and battery positioning makes the I927 a perfect candidate to be the Galaxy...

For those of you who prefer the simplicity of the stock Android Keyboard over the plethora (check out our 14 keyboard showdown) of competing input methods out there, here’s a quick and useful tip to help maximize your mobile WPM (words per minute)! Activating the extended row of number/symbol keys is very simple on the Android Keyboard. When typing, simply drag...

After extensively reviewing more than 15 keyboards for Android phones we established that each one has its own strengths and weaknesses and it was up to the user to decide which features and characteristics best suited their needs. Throughout our continued testing, we have also encountered some neat tips and hidden features that we would like to share with you guys. Today...

The good folks at Samsung have presented us with a preview of the premium accessory suite for the Galaxy Tab 10.1 which includes a variety of docks, cases and adapters that will maximize your Tabin’ experience. I think I’ coming down with a case of Tabin’ Fever! Docking Solutions Do yourself a favor and stop propping up your Tab on that improvised...

There’s a plethora of input methods on Android Market each with their own strengths and weaknesses. Features aside (multiple language support, voice to text, etc), generally these keyboards attempt to add value in one or more of these speed/ease of use departments: Predictive input Single character input speed Error reduction Usability with 1 hand Symbol/Numeric...

So this has been a long time coming, and I just want to say thank you to everyone who has been patient for this release.  Its only me in the office doing all of these guides and the last month has been hectic to say the least.  With that out of the way I’ve compiled the 13 14 best (and possibly only? let me know in the comments if there are more) keyboards...