Microsoft-owned SwiftKey has released a new keyboard app called Swiftmoji for iPhone and Android that aims to predict the emoji you intend to type in your digital conversations based on the text you enter.
Google has released its first ever iPhone keyboard called Gboard, featuring built-in search, swipe input, GIF animations, and much more. Here's everything you need to know.
Microsoft Word Flow Windows phone keyboard for iPhone has finally been released, featuring a one-handed mode for larger iPhones, swipe input, and much more.
If you remember Apple’s big iPhone reveal back from 2007, then you may remember one of the big plusses that Steve Jobs said made the iPhone so unique. Standing on stage as only Steve Jobs could, the then Apple CEO said that the iPhone's lack of physical keys made the iPhone so special because it could adapt its software keyboard to suit any situation. Obviously that was something that could not be said about the competition of the time.
Mobience of Korea has announced a new portable physical keyboard named “smallQWERTY” for almost all kinds of touchscreen devices like tablets PCs, iPhone and iPads. The company thinks that soon when every other device will transform into a touchscreen as a standard for input mechanism, there maybe a revolt and folks would like a change. According to the company officials, their “smallQWERTY” physical keyboard solution will then come to the rescue.
Due to its killer user interface and ease of use, many iPhone users have been able to at least semi-replace their notebooks or netbooks with their beloved iPhone’s. However, right from its inception, easier text entries on the Apple’s smartphone has been the desire of many. This could currently be only achieved on a jailbroken iPhone by connecting a bluetooth keyboard via BTStack app from Cydia. But now, ION, a leader in consumer audio and entertainment technology has announced iTYPE, the world’s first desktop keyboard designed exclusively for iPhone.