SlideIT Version 3.1.0.1 Cost: $14.99 (demo available) Dasur Ltd (Developer Info) [ratings] SlideIT is an excellent soft-input panel (SIP) for Windows Mobile. Rather than just focusing on entering each character on a finger-friendly keyboard, SlideIT provides the option to focus on the word instead. Simply tap your finger on the first character and slide...

Finger-Friendly Friends Version 1.1 Cost: $14.99 (Full Version trial available) JottoSoft (Developer Info) [ratings] Finger-Friendly Friends (FFF) is a finger-friendly contact manager designed for Windows Mobile cellphones. It’s designed to let the user find contacts quicky without having to use the stylus and make a call, initiate a new SMS, or...

That’s right, AZERTY as opposed to QWERTY. No, we are not talking alien here, just plain old names for the keyboard layouts. While the regular QWERTY keyboard is used on most keyboards, there are population of users whose alliance is with the AZERTY layout. And for those users, there is a solution, one that can be found in a series of registry edits. Objective Changing...

Omnia Colored Keyboard Omnia Color Themed Keyboard Version: N/A Cost: Free FelixModaco (Developer Info) [ratings] Everyone have their favorite color, and since your mobile device is not yet capable of automatically picking a color for you, you may do so manually. One of the Modaco developers have came up with a series of colored keyboards for the Samsung...

XT9 is one of the predictive text technology used on mobile devices. While it may be a faithful friend to some, it can be an annoying neighbor to others. It is not uncommon for users to accidentally toggle the XT9 while typing a message on the default Samsung Keyboard on their PocketPCs. If you’re in the latter category as a part of the unconvenient users, there...

FingerKeyboard2 Version 2.0 Exidler (Developer Info) [ratings] Think of FingerKeyboard2 as a real keyboard minimized and fitted just for your finger. Blessed with a wide variety of useful features, it certainly may lay claim to be “one of the most touch screen finger-friendly keyboards out there”. Note: It does not work properly with Samsung Epix....

Samsung has, after a series of tests, felt necessary to set keyboard deployment as an automatic feature. While the majority of the public might have preference in that decision, you and I might not. Once again, let’s give credit to the customizable Samsung Omnia for the option to edit this. Objective Disable Auto Keyboard Deployment at locations in the device Applicable...

In an attempt to reach out to the masses comes a wide range of default Soft Input Panels (SIPs) in the Windows Mobile devices. While applauding for their courtesy, the choices might be redundant for users who have only limited needs. Our goal is that of a minimalist view, maximum productivity with minimum memory use. Here we will help you achieve that with your SIPs. Objective Disable...

While the Samsung Omnia uses its very own Samsung Keyboard as a default entry method, there are actually a wide range of entry methods for you to choose from (which can also be set as default). To do so, just go to your Samsung Omnia’s Settings through the Main Menu, click on the Personal tab and choose Input. On the Input Method tab you can choose your default...