Critical Apps Droid Bionic Motorola

Droid Bionic Motorola Apps It is interesting to see that despite the wide variety of apps available on the Android market, the ones that are considered to be “critical” by most users are good old text-based communication apps like SMS, email, chat etc… Let’s take a look at a few apps that most users think of as “must-have”.

Droid Bionic Motorola Virtual keyboard: the stock Android keyboard cover the bases and is pretty solid. In general the most important thing on a such a keyboard is the response time, which means the lag time between a key press and a response from the Motorola Droid Bionic Phone. There is always a lag time, but the smaller it is and the more “natural” you will find it to be. That’s because when we have tactile interaction with real objects, they react right away (push something, it moves).

Droid Bionic Motorola To make the keyboard faster, I often disable the word suggestions and other optional features in the settings. You will have to experiment, but keep that in mind. The contrast between the keys and the background could be a little higher too, but I can live with it.

Droid Bionic Motorola Apps Swype keyboard : Swype is a much better, keyboard option. It has fortunately been pre-loaded on this phone. If you’ve never heard about Swype, it looks and can work as a regular virtual keyboard, but its real power is revealed when you slide your finger from one letter to the next to form words. It’s very powerful because your finger doesn’t leave the surface of the screen, making the whole motion much more accurate than “tapping” on the screen. Motorola Droid Bionic I generally find myself typing faster with swype, and even when I don’t use the sliding motion, the keyboard’s response time is noticeably better than the default virtual keyboard.