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Google Keyboard 5.0 Update Brings One-Handed Mode, Adjustable Height, Key Borders, and More

Google Keyboard was somewhat of a red-headed stepchild when it was first released almost 3 years ago. It had swipe gestures and autocompletion, but both features were immature compared to the technology offered by Swype and Swiftkey. Thankfully, Google has not abandoned the project and has instead slowly been adding additional features to bring its feature...

Tips and Tricks for Using the Forums Through XDA Labs

Our very own application XDA Labs is more than just a marketplace with some great apps by great developers. Today we talk some tips and tricks for navigating the XDA Forums with the XDA Labs app. Remember, there are many different features on XDA Labs, download it today to see more apps!!Be sure to check out...

LG Innotek Unveils Button-less Fingerprint Sensor Module

Fingerprint sensors are not exactly a new feature to grace our phones. They have been around for a quite some time, with one of the first commercial Android smartphone to bear it being the Motorola Atrix 4G, way back in 2011, even predating the launch of the first Samsung Galaxy Note.But one thing unanimous with fingerprint...

OnePlus 3 Rumored to Come in Two Versions, Base Version to Cost CNY 1999 ($310)

After the OnePlus One, the OnePlus 2 and the OnePlus X, a lot of Android enthusiasts are looking forward to see the next device to come out of the OnePlus stable. Even if the recent devices were not the best in light of the heightened competition in the market, they still offered a value package...

[Giveaway] 2 Months of Android File Host Premium to Everyone + 10 Swag Bags!

Developers, Developers, Developers. We love our developers here at XDA. We're maybe not as outwardly-loud through text as Mr. Ballmer was in the linked clip, but without developers there wouldn't even be an XDA-Developers.You guys provide the backbone for our forums; your work is what draws millions to our forums every year. You guys put so...

Some of the Best Battery Life on Android Today Comes on a Budget

In our recent review of the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 Snapdragon 650 variant, we noted some stellar battery performance. This was no ordinary 8hr-SOT battery life, this was legitimately 14+ hours of screen on time under working scenarios.We asked our followers on Twitter which phone this screenshot originated from, and just one person could guess...