keyboard software

SwiftKey’s Predictive Keyboard App Switches From Paid To Freemium

SwiftKey, the startup that makes the popular eponymous Android word-predicting keyboard software — which last year pulled in $17.5 million in funding from Index, Accel and Octopus —

Apple Finally Overhauls Typing In iOS 8 — Opens Up To 3rd Party Keyboards

Apple is finally giving a little serious love to the overlooked iOS keyboard. The forthcoming iOS 8 update, which it detailed on stage this morning at its WWDC 2014 event, will include a next-wor

SwiftKey Takes Its Predictive Android Keyboard Software Into Cars With Clarion Car Stereo Tie-Up

U.K. phone software maker SwiftKey has partnered with in-car entertainment manufacturer Clarion for their AX1 Android-powered touchscreen car stereo system, expanding its predictive keyboard software

SnapKeys Updates Its Invisible Keyboard For Android So You Can Move Its Keys To Fit Your Fingers

SnapKeys, an 'invisible' touchscreen keyboard maker, has updated its Si Revolution Android keyboard app, adding the ability to position the keys anywhere on the screen. The size of the keyboard can al

DexType’s Virtual Keyboard Software Lets Leap Motion Owners Type In Mid Air

The motion-sensing Leap Motion Controller, which lets users eschew the traditional keyboard plus mouse combo and interact with their computers via gestures, started shipping to pre-order consumers thi

SnapKeys’ Invisible Keyboard Exits Beta & Lands In A Mobile Messaging App To Try To Drive Qwerty Aside

There is no shortage of startups attacking the virtual keyboard space, as you'd expect with so much scope to improve the experience of touchscreen typing. Yesterday Toronto-based Whirlscape launched a