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Lilbits (3-05-2014): Google Android finds its voice

One of the key features of Google Android is its voice recognition and text-to-speech engine which lets you talk to your phone and receive spoken replies. But if your phone’s voice has always sounded a bit… basic, the latest version of the Google Text-to-Speech app could improve things dramatically. Instead of voice data files that […]

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Now you can use SwiftKey on an iPhone (in one app only)

Good news! You can finally use SwiftKey’s excellent keyboard to enter text on an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. Bad news! There’s a catch. Apple still doesn’t actually allow third-party keyboards to replace the stock keyboard. But you can add keyboard functionality to an individual app. So SwiftKey created a standalone note-taking app called SwiftKey Note […]