The release of the Android 4.0 aka Ice Cream Sandwich, the latest version of Android OS is being highly appreciated by reviewers of professional calibre and developers. It’s the perfect time to install some bits from ICS for your Android phone, such as the stunning and speedy ICS keyboard. A XDA for.digit member for.digit has successfully port to the Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard to phones that run the Android 2.2 and higher. It’s free, it is great, and no root is needed.
Ice Cream Sandwich Keyboard currently in Beta supports the most Android devices. It is easily downloaded and installed via on the Android Market. It is currently supported by more than 20 languages, and comes with five dictionary apps, including English, French, Italian, German, Spanish. The keyboard comes with a stylish interface, useful shortcuts, a suggestion bar, Dictionary for users and more. We noticed that the final row of keys on the keyboards is only partially visible and that the Speech to Text function isn’t working as of today. We’re pretty certain that these issues will be addressed in the future updates.
There are a variety of ICS keyboard settings which you can modify to suit your requirements.
– Multitouch keyboard
– User dictionary, built-in dictionary
– Auto correction that can be configured
– Keyboard redesign and optimization layout and design
Text to speech (select the languages you want to use)
Customized vibration intensity (haptic feedback)
– Long press the “Enter” key to bring options that are smiley
– Long press the “/” key in URL mode to open domains
Notice: A “collecting data” warning message is part of the Android OS, and it is displayed whenever a third-party keyboard is activated. Do not be concerned about it.
Download Ice Cream Sandwich Keyboard [Market Link]
via via Android Police via [ Android Police