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Fresh Android Apps for July 10: Tweet Lanes, ESPN Radio update, Keymonk Keyboard

Jul 9, 2012
Tech

In today’s Fresh Apps, we’ve got a shiny new Twitter client with a sleek look and feel that should complement your Ice Cream Sandwich device perfectly. ESPN Radio got a cool new look as well, and it dropped the $4.99 price tag. If you love sports radio, check it out. Finally, a new multi-touch keyboard appeared on Google Play called Keymonk which lets you swipe with two fingers instead of one.

Boldly proclaiming itself as “the future of smartphone keyboards,” Keymonk Keyboard is certainly worth a look if you’re hunting for a new input method, especially as it’s free. The YouTube video here goes some way to explaining how it all works.

In a nutshell, Keymonk uses ‘multi-sweep’ technology so you can swipe words with two fingers for swifter, more efficient typing. According to the developers, this is still an early version of the app, so there’s plenty of room for improvements and enhancements in the future if you stick with it.

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