June 6, 2013

Stock Official Google Keyboard Arrives on Google Play

google keyboard
The stock Google Keyboard is now an official Android app that can be installed for free through Google Play. This is the same keyboard that was introduced with Jelly Bean (Android 4.2), that includes Gesture typing, a way to swipe from letter-to-letter to spell out words. It should also actively predict words on-screen as you gesture between letters, making this one of the smartest keyboards you’ll use. After spending tons of time with it on my Nexus 4 over the last few months, I can tell you that this new 4.2 keyboard has been one of my favorites to use. This is a great day for keyboard enthusiasts.

So for those of you without a stock Android device (like the Galaxy S4 or HTC One), this is your chance to get in on the action. It also works great on tablets. Once you install and open for the first time, Google will walk you through a tutorial to enable it.

[via Droid Life]

Uta no Prince sama Maji Love 2000% - Episode 10 [v.P]

New (arrogant) rivals. (Kind of) Plot ensues.
I felt that the art degraded in this ep.
Sudden realization: There's only 3 eps of UtaPri left. ;_;

Reduce lag and speed up your Nexus 7

Ever felt like your Nexus 7 is a bit laggy or generally slow in performance? Well, Alexander Ruiz has posted a video about some handy tips to keep your device fast and lag-free.

The video explains some tips to improve performance without rooting/custom kernels.

Check out the video below: