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....

If you are excited for the latest build of Windows Phone 7, Mango, we have a sneak peek at one of the new pre-installed apps for Samsung WP7 devices—RSS Times: RSS Times main menu: Menu button at bottom right, Pull down feed list at top right RSS Times is a lightweight, news reader application for Windows Phone 7 devices that organizes your RSS feeds into a simple and...

Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend Application of the Week: BLN Control for Samsung Galaxy S One of my favorite features of my original Google HTC G1 was it’s notification LED. One thing I wish my Samsung Galaxy S had was a notification LED. See my problem–oh, you have this problem as...

Battery life has been the crux of smartphone weakness since their inception. Users around the world have tried all sorts of different power management techniques, software modifications as well as tricks and gimmicks (all black themed UI) to try and extend battery life. While some of these may work, there is no substitute quite like the old fashioned, fresh battery swap. The...

Ever since the original Galaxy S, Samsung has repeatedly set the bar for mobile display quality with their Super AMOLED displays. With their Galaxy S II, Samsung brought a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED Plus panel which did away with the PenTile grid for maximum clarity. With the release of the first Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich smartphone, we can finally get a good look at...

Screen protectors certainly have come a long way since the days of thick, user-cut, adhesive backed films that easily lifted and dog-eared at the corners, creating an eyesore that nearly defeated its purpose of keeping the display in like-new condition. Nowadays we have a host of high-tech screen protectors that reduce glare, prevent fingerprints and protect from scratch...

In today’s review, I will be taking a look at Elago Design’s S4 Breathe case for the Samsung Galaxy S II. Before we take a look at the Elago S4 Breathe, I would like to make note that this is not an Elago sponsored review–this case is a personal purchase and I would like to share with you my take on the the product. Construction and Design Okay. So...

With the Samsung Galaxy Nexus launch is just around the corner, it is only fitting that we have a showdown between it and Apple’s current flagship, the iPhone 4S. Both of these phones bring top-notch hardware and software to the table. Building on their wildly popular and successful Galaxy S II, Samsung has upped the ante with some of the best hardware to-date...

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...

Want this in the mail? Subscribe to our Helpful Tips & How-To Newsletter CareAce Newsletter: Monday October 19th, 2011, Issue 4 Like us on Facebook Follow on Twitter Forward to a Friend CareAce Featured Application: ChatON Messenger for Android Samsung ChatON is a multi-faceted messaging...