Android 4.1 Jelly Bean Keyboard Gets Ported to Android 4.0 ICS; Download Here!

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  • 16 Jul 2012
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  • If you really fancy the virtual keyboard on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, than you must know that this input method recently got ported to Android 4.0 ICS. We found that out from Android Central, who claims that the new keyboard may look like the older one, but the prediction engine is much superior.

    Predictions are a very useful tool in modern input and they can increase the speed of your typing. Courtesy of developer Beansoft, the prediction keyboard from Jelly Bean has been ported to Android 4.0.3 devices. You can download the needed software from here and this is an alpha build version of the Jelly Bean Keyboard, found on Google Play Store. Of course, bugs are present, but overall the experience seems to please users for now.

    Limitations are present when it comes to language variety, so auto correction and prediction will only be supported for English right now. They also say something about support for German, French, Spanish, Portuguese and Russian being included, but you’ll have to see that for yourselves. The user dictionary won’t work on ICS and if you try to use it, force close will follow. To start using your freshly installed keyboard, just go to Language and Input in the Settings area and select Jelly Bean Keyboard.

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    SOURCE: Android Central
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