Friday, 30 August 2013

A New Way of Typing With Si Revolution

Si revolution is an android application from snapkeys. Si Revolution is a Simple, Smart, Fast, Invisible, touchscreen keyboard for any age that frees up your whole screen changing the future of mobile socializing.

For the letters on the keys, tap on the 4 keys. For the rest of the letters, tap between the 4 keys.
Unlike the old cumbersome keyboard designed for typewriters and not mobile phones, Si Revolution has 4 keys with a layout that is familiar to the whole world regardless of language and culture. Any user can type instantly while viewing the entire touch screen.

The Si Revolution Android keyboard opens the world (e.g. photos, messages, videos, games, emails, etc.) on the screen of your mobile device by revolutionizing the way we interact with each other – something that has not been possible until now.
Si Revolution is the only onscreen keyboard that lets you view your entire screen while typing faster and more comfortably than any other keyboard. Use Si Revolution to better socialize: with only 4 keys!
You can see faces when using Facebook, you can see Pictures when typing comments on Instagram, you can see your whole conversation while typing with WhatsApp you can see other tweets while using Twitter, you can comment on videos while watching them when on YouTube. SnapKeys enables lively, interactive, and social conversations on your smartphone without a full sized onscreen keyboard blocking your screen.

TYPE FASTER: With only 4 keys, and a unique word prediction technology, users can pick up the system in a matter of minutes. Si Revolution brings to life a fun, cool way to communicate with friends and across social networks.

SI IS INTELLIGENT: Si Revolution learns your style of typing from your Contact book, Facebook, Gmail, and other social networking channels. It quickly incorporates names and other proper nouns into its predictive text technology, and users can also manually add words to the keyboard’s dictionary easily.

FREE VERSION: Free version of Si revolution is available on Google play store & on the website on snapkeys( In this version only two languages can be added.
PAID VERSION: In paid version all languages can be added.

Monday, 12 August 2013


Microsoft Office made big waves in mobile earlier this summer when it came to the iPhone, but now it's making an even bigger splash on the world's No. 1 mobile platform, Android. Starting Wednesday, Office 365 subscribers will be able to download and run the Office Mobile app for Android.

The Android version of Office only works on phones. Owners of Android tablets, just like iPadusers, will have to settle for Office web apps since they won't be able to download the official app from Google Play (side-loading, of course, is always an option). Android phones must be running version 4.0 "Ice Cream Sandwich" or later.

ANDROID vs iPhone:
One difference on Android: You can't buy a subscription to Office like you can in the iPhone app. (You'll have to go to the web for that.) But otherwise, you get the same Word, Excel and PowerPoint, optimized for the smaller real estate on a smartphone screen. Once you start editing in Word, for example, the "chrome" of the app disappears, letting you focus on the document.

SkyDrive is the default place to save documents and the programs work pretty much as they do on iPhone, albeit with Android functionality and design elements. Plus, Office subscribers get an extra 20GB of storage. Office Mobile for Windows Phone still has the home-field advantage over Android, though, with its ability to open copy-protected files and hookups to SharePoint and Lync.

Like the iPhone version, the app is a free download, but you must subscribe to Office to run the programs. Subscribers are allowed to run Office on up to five mobile devices, which don't count against the five PCs or Macs that can install the desktop apps. Windows RT and Windows Phone devices don't count against either total. (Those numbers differ a bit for student or business accounts.)

The app is currently only available in the United States, but Microsoft says it will be available in dozens of other countries over the next "several weeks" — from Albania to Zimbabwe.

Are you excited that Office is coming to Android? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.