Your “Key” Player This College Football Season

The Android smartphone is all about making your phone reflect your personality. What better way to do that than to have your phone wear your school colors and know what you have to say. The Adaptxt College Keyboard makes sure that your smartphone has you written all over it.

Sure, you could use your default keyboard that came preloaded with your phone, or you could explore a world of possibilities with the Adaptxt Keyboard, that offers you advanced functionality and customizable interfaces. Installing this keyboard on your phone could be one of the best upgrades you can possibly give it as an owner.

The keyboard now comes with 31 new faces. And that is a terrible understatement. This all-new, fully licensed keyboard app, developed in partnership with 2ThumbZ Entertainment, has launched 31 themes of the most popular and successful teams from across the ACC, SEC, Big 12, B1G, and Pac-12:

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Game-Changer Vs. Game-Changer: Whose Side Are You On?

Game-Changer Vs. Game-Changer: Whose Side Are You On?

This Saturday, two of the most eulogized giants this season have the ultimate face-off. Top-ranked Alabama faces off against No. 6 Texas A&M in “The Rematch” at Kyle Field this Saturday, each team with national title hopes and one opportunity to gain the upper hand on its rival earlier in this “game of throws”.

Adaptxt offers a Texas A&M keyboard and Alabama keyboard for fans on both sides of this re-match

Following the Aggies’ 29-24 upset of the Crimson Tide last season, the Sept. 14 matchup has been circled on most everyone’s calendar. The national spotlight shines on these two evenly matched champions like it never has before.

Among these teams are two very fine young men that are creating more than just a buzz with their presence. One is a golden-armed quarterback from Alabama with two national titles to his credit. The other is a kid from Texas with a Heisman sitting pretty on his mantel.

In this Clash of the Titans, it is without a doubt that the most talked about players are the quarterbacks from each team. AJ McCarron of The Alabama Crimson Tide, and Johnny Manziel of The Texas A&M Aggies.

Last year, Manziel’s first quarter against the Crimson Tide wowed the nation and put the Aggies in a prime position to win with a 20-point first-quarter lead. The eventual Heisman winner added a late touchdown pass to get his team to 29 points, a number that Bama would never reach.

On the other side, AJ McCarron helped the Tide storm back from the 20-0 deficit. Unfortunately for McCarron, two of his three interceptions in 2012 came against A&M. The first toss went to Aggie defender Sean Porter and helped A&M get to 14-0; the second was the costly fourth-down interception to Deshazor Everett that ultimately sealed Alabama’s fate.

If you’re a true maroon Aggie, you know that Manziel is a game-changer, in every sense of the term.

We believe that our College Keyboards are exactly that. Not only are they exponentially efficient; they’ve got swag!
Just like our man Manziel. He might not be for everyone, but those who love him, know why they do. And our Texas A&M Keyboard? May not be for everyone, but definitely designed for the authentic Aggie.

Bleed Crimson? Then you must do it wearing your true colors. Like McCarron, our College Keyboards are reliable, planned, and know exactly what to do even before you finish a thought. With school-specific dictionaries and predictive text, our keyboard will finish your sentences for you. You can tell your buddy up north to “suck it”, albeit in a gentlemanly, elaborate fashion, with minimal swipes.Effortless and effective. Specific and Swagger-ific. Our keyboards are the best of both.


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Fresh On The Scene With The Adaptxt College Keyboard

Fresh On The Scene With The Adaptxt College Keyboard

There are only an exceptional few talented enough to make it on the field during their first year on campus. It takes a special skill set and dogged determination to procure a place for oneself amongst more seasoned athletes.

Quarterback Jameis Winston, for instance, started his Football career last week with Florida State. The gusto and hype that this freshman generated, has been bestowed upon very few others. He has been given the reins to Jimbo Fisher’s offense with eyes on a second straight ACC title. He has a huge arm, big-time intangibles, prototypical size, and has already performed in the postseason for the Florida State baseball team.

Another big deal this year is Robert Nkemdiche, hailed as the No. 1 prospect in the nation, and is already drawing comparisons to South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney. While Nkemdiche is a totally different type of defensive end than Clowney, he should have a similar impact in his first year. His work ethic and physical tools allow him to make plays each week, but he will spend a good deal of time this year learning how to play one of the toughest positions on the field.

The record-setting Tailback from Oregon, Thomas Tynr has all the instruments to earn the starting job as a true freshman. In high-school, he piled up a state-record 643 yards and 10 scores in one game…on his 18th birthday. He has the strength, speed and plenty of wiggle to fit into the Ducks’ high-powered rushing attack.

Another much anticipated freshman this year is the College Keyboard by Adaptxt. Rocking official colors, logos and mascots of the top 31 teams in the FBS, your College Keyboard is your virtual School Spirit banner. And with its predictive text capabilities, it memorizes patterns, not unlike a seasoned Heisman candidate, according to the regularity of usage. This makes it easy to text “Eat this, Aggie!” or “Who’s crying now, Nancy?” with minimal typing. And with school-specific dictionaries, you’ll feel right at home with it.

So, go ahead and get your war paint on with the Adaptxt College Keyboards. Available for download at the GooglePlay Store now!

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Adaptxt v2.2 brings a slew of new keyboard features including Custom Gesture and Glide (beta)

Adaptxt v2.2 brings a slew of new keyboard features including Custom Gesture and Glide (beta)
The keyboard is probably the single most used application in a smart phone. It is the primary input tool and also one the most common means of interacting with the phone. At Key Point Technologies, our foremost objective has been to make the keyboard central to a smart phone’s user experience. Adaptxt was born from this objective. With previous versions, we were able to integrate interaction with social networks like Facebook and Twitter directly from the Adaptxt keyboard, that too with a simple tap. With our latest 2.2 version, we have added some remarkably smart features, which users should find extremely helpful and enjoyable.
With Adaptxt v2.2, we aim to add another dimension to the utility of the keyboard. With the aim of enhancing user experience, this latest update seeks to convert the keyboard into an access point for tasks frequently performed by users on their smart phones. Users constantly switch between applications when using their phones to perform different tasks. To do so, they have to close or exit one application, search and then launch the other application. Wouldn’t it be convenient to just access another application without having to exit the current one? Wouldn’t it make navigating on your smart phone so much easier? Many of our users made such requests and suggestions. So we did just that.
The latest version has taken user experience to the next level. We have added some innovative features that should make navigating on smart phones a whole lot easier. In Adaptxt v2.2, we have introduced two key features:

  • Custom Gestures
  • Glide Beta
With ‘Custom Gestures’, users can access any application by performing a simple gliding gesture on the keyboard. Users can create ‘Gesture Shortcuts’ that can be easily customized to open the app of their choice, frequently visited websites or to perform basic clipboard operations like cut, copy, paste, etc.
For e.g. If a user wants to quickly access YouTube while texting a friend, he/she can create a keyboard shortcut to YouTube on the Adaptxt keyboard and access it with a simple swipe gesture. This is now possible without having to close the messaging app, going to the home screen, searching and then accessing the app.
Users are given the freedom to create their own customized gesture shortcuts or modify the gestures offered by Adaptxt. In order to add a gesture shortcut for an application/website, the user can access the Custom Gesture menu by going to Adaptxt settings>>Glide Beta>>Custom Gestures. The activity defined by the user in this menu will be launched when gliding from the Adaptxt key to the destination key and after lifting the finger. For example, “Adaptxt + F” can be created to launch Facebook. The Facebook application will be automatically launched when the gesture is completed from the Adaptxt key to key F.
Users can edit their favourite shortcuts at any time. To edit a gesture shortcut for an application, users can tap on an existing shortcut in the Custom Gesture menu.
Adaptxt v2.2 brings a smart new feature to smart phones called Glide. The feature which has been released as a beta version is the first continuous input text solution on Google Play to support complex scripts such as Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Kannada and Telugu. The feature also supports other complex scripts like Arabic, Thai, Korean, Tamil and Devanagari. Users can enable/disable Glide in the Adaptxt Settings. Users can also customize the colour of the Glide trace path using Keyboard customization; however this is a paid feature.
Another interesting feature added to v2.2 is the ability to modify clipboard shortcuts based to their convenience. A few predefined functions are as follows:

  • ‘Adaptxt + C’ = Copy
  • ‘Adaptxt + X’ = Cut
  • ‘Adaptxt + V’ = Paste
  • ‘Adaptxt + A’ = Select All
  • ‘Adaptxt + S’ = Select
Other supported Clipboard functions are:

  • Hide Keyboard
  • Go to beginning of message
  • Go to end of message
Download the Adaptxt v2.2 and experience the latest and most innovative smart phone keyboard in the market today. The best just got better!

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