I was browsing the interwebs looking for some interesting Galaxy S II tips when I came across a thread relating to the latest Android 2.3.5 update causing problems with the default Swype keyboard. According to the OP (original poster), it looks like the update causes Swype to auto-insert words even when it is not intended: Ever since the upgrade to 2.3.5 on my SII, swype...

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...

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...

For a while I used the Swype keyboard without “Swyping” because I just liked the keyboard layout (long press for numbers, design, etc.). What I didn’t realize was that Swype’s dictionary was also learning all my standard touch-type typos. Once I converted to full time Swypage, I noticed a lot of N’s being replaces with B’s and L’s...

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...

We found this little gem of a tip in the XDA Forums while following the recent JPU Froyo release for the Galaxy S I9000.  Mermigas was the poster on this tidbit and their instructions can be found below. First download this Now extract that .rar file with something like WinRAR and place that folder onto your SD Card. Now download the app “root explorer” After...

Take this news with a grain of salt, even though it has been a long time in the works.  It seems Swype will be updating its Beta software again in early November.  Apparently its going through the last stages of internal QA tests.  This new update is supposed to fix some installation issues as well as improving the accuracy in the word selecting algorithm (basically...

Here at CareAce we test a lot of applications throughout the day.  Through all these tests we’ve discovered some pretty cool apps with features that can really streamline your every day life.  Over the next week we’ll be coming out with 10 of these articles recommending the top apps in certain categories found in the Android Market.  At the end of the segment we’ll...