Android esta semana: el teclado de Google para todos; Galaxy S 4 updated; Xperia Z va Stock

Android esta semana: el teclado de Google para todos; Galaxy S 4 updated; Xperia Z va Stock

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Google(s goog) continued an Android strategy this week to decouple core apps from the base software by releasing the native Android keyboard in the Google Play store. The company began breaking out apps from Android in 2010, making it easier for all phones to run the same core Google applications and services; there’s no need for users to wait for a major software release to get some improved experiences.

Android keyboardThe free app is available for Android 4.0 or better devices and has seen more between 500,000 and 1 million downloads in just three days. While each hardware maker typically creates their own software keyboard — and there are also many good third-party keyboards — I generally stick with Google’s. This gives me the same typing experience and key layout regardless of what Android phone or tablet I’m using. Fans of Swype will be happy because the native keyboard supports…

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