The great thing about Android is its ability to pretty much customize every single aspect of the device and the operating system. From simple changes like the look of the device, to more complicated procedures like overclocking the processor and installing custom ROMs – you can make an Android device truly your own. One of the things you can do without much trouble is change the on-screen keyboard that comes with the operating system. Speaking of changing keyboards, Nuance has recently updated the FlexT9 keyboard that was first released last month. What makes the FlexT9 keyboard stand out from the rest of the keyboards out there is the fact that you can input text through 4 different ways: through speech recognition, trace (like Swype), write (write out characters on the screen using your fingers) or tap (like with the default keyboard). With so many different ways to input text, you can always switch it about when you get bored and just feel like using another method. Nuance FlexT9 is now available on the Android Market for $4.99.
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