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Swiftkey's latest beta keyboard lets users undock and use anywhere

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A new beta version of Swiftkey’s keyboard app for Android is out today and darn it if it’s not awesome. Key among the changes is the ability to undock it from the base of the screen and use it anywhere you’d like. What’s more, users can also choose from different sizes and styles to suit their needs. Both smartphones and tablets can download and install the same app as Swiftkey seeks to unify things. Indeed, the feedback from the community has helped bring this change about.

BitTorrent Sync App for Android launched in Beta

BitTorrent have released a beta of their Android app for syncing on their sync service. The main service went live as an alpha in April.

The technology is based on Peer-to-peer technology as we know the generic bittorrent network is built on top of. This offering is completely private and secured end-to-end, and most of the time your data will not even touch their servers as it will sync via your local network if possible.

Swiftkey Flow beta inches toward final release with new update

Swiftkey Flow moved on step closer to a final, official release today with the rollout of a new beta version of the keyboard app. As one might expect, the 4.0.0.76 update includes even better predictability and easier changing or correction of previous words. Additionally, the new build also lets users “flow” in just about every text field imaginable.

SwiftKey Flow: Quick Hands On

When it comes to third-party keyboards Android has it pretty well covered, however, there are only a few that repeatedly get recommended over and over, SwiftKey being one of them.

SwiftKey have just released their first public beta of their new ‘Flow’ keyboard and we at Land Of Technology were lucky to have had some hands on time with it.

SwiftKey flow brings us everything we love about earlier SwiftKey keyboards but with one pretty impressive enhancement, Flow! ’Flow’ (as you might be able to tell from the name) gives you the ability to trace (or swipe) with your finger and type words. You might be thinking that other keyboards already allow you to do this, well you would be both wrong and right.

Chameleon Launcher Update Announces Beta Release

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Launchers have become a very big deal in the Android world because of the amount of customization and convenience that they give users. A Kickstarter project by the name Chameleon has been advertising itself as “a better home screen for your Android tablet”. This project asked for $30,000 in order to start their project up. As it turns out, with the help of 6,420 backers, Teknision (the group that is creating Chameleon) has raised twice that amount.

Mozilla Firefox native version hit Android in beta, comes with mouth-watering features

firefoxRight now the browsing war is going on between Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Opera. Mostly people consider Mozilla and Google as the top competitors, and no doubt they are. Recently, Google launched the Google Chrome beta version for their very own Android OS, and now it seems Mozilla Firefox don't want to stay behind, that's why they are back with the Firefox 14 Beta version. Mozilla Firefox app is already available in the Android Market, and to compete with Google Chrome, Mozilla brought the new browser which comes with a native user interface that uses Android design elements, and the biggest thing here is the support for Adobe Flash.

New SwiftKey 3 Beta Now Available, Offers A Handful Of Highly-Requested Fixes

swiftkeyIn the midst of all the Samsung Galaxy S III hullabaloo, SwiftKey decided to release the latest best of its mind-reading keyboard. This new beta brings some of the most highly-requested features since the last beta release:

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