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Siine – SiineWriters for Android

siineSiine is a website that hosts the SiineWriters application for Android Operating System. The SiineWriters is an application that shows on the screen an icon-based keyboard which will help you to improve your texting speed. You can even see how much you have improved with your tapping speed with the small clock that appears on the keyboard. And to help you improve your speed you can customize your SiineWriters application according to your needs. You can even adapt your keyboard with the most frequent words and phrases, to minimize your texting time. As a plus, you can share your customization to other users to help them. And the number of customizations which can be saved by the application is practically limitless, meaning that you can add as many personal expressions as you desire.

With the SiineWriters you might come to have difficulties reverting to your old touch screen keyboard, so in order to not encounter problems with your old keyboard, try to practice once in a while, even if it is part of a joke. And to help you learn all you need to know you can access the Support page on the site, where you will find the forum with the most frequent questions accompanied by answers. Here you will also find explanatory videos on “How to” features.


DroidWeek – Weekly Android Applications and Games News


Keep up-to-date with the latest developments for Google Android applications, phones, games and extras with Droid Week and Android and Me. Although Droid Week is at the setting up stages it’s linked to Android and Me which is already full of information. At the time of writing Droid Week has active forums, a store full of accessories, and recommended launches. The connection with Android and Me makes it feel like the same website, and together they are certainly a useful resource for these increasingly popular products.

Android and Me is also being overhauled to sort out the wealth of information and to make it more easily accessible. Articles and a podcast add extra ways to keep Android users informed, and it’s also possible to submit articles. The recommended application on the main page at the time of writing was Flixster, a downloadable product which lets users find movie showtimes via a location based search and then take a look at full information and reviews. Visitors to the site can nominate applications and enter competitions as well as taking part in community discussions. I’ve been wanting to find out more about Android products and seeing all the information together in one place is a real bonus.


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