For you who’ve been spoiled by the Swiftkey keyboard app on Android smartphones, you can still use the Swiftkey for typing on the latest Android HoneyComb tablet. The company has upgraded the application so it could be used on tablet interface, and it’s quite thoughtful by splitting the keyboard into two half and placed it at both left and right end where our thumbs can easily to the texting tasks.
Also, notice that the three tab at the top of the keyboard and numeric pad (middle), it’s a friendly interface for choosing word suggestion to speed up your typing. Unless you are typing in a language that the system doesn’t support, those tabs should be extremely helpful.
For more details, you can find it out on the following video demo:
Obviously, Motorola Xoom will be the pioneering product for Swiftkey tablet keyboard app. We do hope that Swiftkey Tablet keyboard app could be installed to any HoneyComb Tablets that will be launched in the near future.