How to Install the Android L Keyboard on older Devices

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Download and Install the Android L Keyboard on any device running Android 4.4.2 or newer.

Since the announcement of Android L and the release of the developer preview there have been many new APK’s released for apps within the new OS and this time we have the Android L Keyboard APK. This has been modded from the developer preview and works on all device version 4.4.2 and up regardless if rooted or not.

Arcus Motion Analyzer – The Smart ring – Live on Kickstarter

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Yesterday an important project has started to gather funds on Kickstarter. Arcus is a motion tracking device in the form of a fantastic looking ring, which highlights how far the motion tracking technology has come.

And why is it so important?

BlackBerry Consumers Switching to iPhone

blackberry trade-inOur friends at Cashforphonescomparison.co.uk just sent us their latest survey data, showing the diminishing loyalty of BlackBerry consumers in 2014.

UR Launcher - Now with Football Cup themed 3D wallpaper

UR Launcher is a launcher for Android that offers its users 3D live wallpapers and themes. It also offers a handy sidebar to access your most recently used apps. Overall this launcher allows one to customize their Android phone to their tastes.

After you have downloaded UR Launcher, which can be found through this link or the QR code at the bottom of this article, you will select the 3D wallpaper of your choice. There are currently 13 live 3D wallpapers to choose from.

The most recent one is 3D Football Cup Live Theme. Users can support their team through changing country flags, team uniforms, ball colors, turf material, and more. They are able to further customize their wallpaper by adding their name to team jerseys and by choosing the text for ad banners.

Swiftkey updated - Free to use

swiftkeySwiftKey, the hugely popular keyboard replacement app for Android phones and tablets, has just received a major update. The biggest news here is that the app is now completely free to download and use from the Play Store, giving more people a chance to see what all the fuss is about.

In-App Purchases Infographic

We just recieved a nice infographic on in-app purchases. I'm sure everybody has already met with this payment type. Some people can get along with it, some people hate it, but everybody has an opinion about in-app purchases. The infographic makes it clear that this is a huge business, and you can even find tips on how to avoid being scammed.

LG G3: Why you should be excited

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LG has recently made a comeback with some of the best Android handsets in years. Its Samsung Galaxy Note rival is, LG G Pro, is a hit phone. So is its mainstream flagship G2 among the masses. With unique features that help it stand apart from a routine army of Android phones, G2 has certainly brought the company back into spotlight. High on its success over the past two years or so, LG now plans to launch a successor to its highly popular cell phone, G2. This makes it an exciting time for tech readers and followers.

Three awesome apps to keep an eye out for

2013 was a great year for Android, a lot of great devices hit the market, and more importantly, apps were more beautiful and exciting as ever. Fortunately, the trend continues, it looks like this year will be awesome as well, there are quite a few promising applications in sight. Let’s take a look at three of these - Budgetly, Ready and Distilled are hitting the Play Store in the near future, with a good chance of getting popular.

Android Continues to Dominate – Here's Why

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The idea that Android could be a top dog OS would have been laughable just a few years ago but as of 2013 it had the largest user base of any mobile operating system. Android tablets, which had long played second fiddle to the iPad, finally outsold Apple's signature tablet in that same year (note: now they're well in the lead). That was also the year that Google's OS hit 1 billion activations and Android's share of the global smartphone shipment market was a whopping 81.3%. Now according to a report from research firm Gartner, actual Android device shipments will top 1 billion in 2014. Not too shabby!

Are Smartphones the New Credit Card? Where e-Commerce is Heading

While it may seem a little early to be talking about a smartphone as a form of currency, the reality is that new uses are being found for these devices every single day. As the user base of mobile phones increases, so do the number of apps aimed at this young and burgeoning market. It is now estimated that half of all American adults now own a smartphone.

In some cities, you can actually use your phone to purchase train or bus tickets on the go, showing your digital ticket stub to the driver as proof of payment. If you didn’t think that a mobile device could become as good as money, perhaps it’s time to rethink the usefulness of this popular technology. After all, we’re not just talking about some toy, we’re talking about a…

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