Even the most loyal Android user is bound to kvetch about the stock keyboard at some point or another, and while
Swype


has definitely grabbed the hearts of a good many Froyo users, Swiftkey remains our third-party keyboard of choice. After
escaping beta


just a few months ago, TouchType has just outed an 'HD' build that's designed to cope with many of the higher-resolution displays being used on today's
gargantuan


Android phones. Moreover, we're guessing that this was done to look a bit better on devices like the
Galaxy Tab


, and there's no denying that the new design elements are a real step forward. Aside from the makeover, the app is also gaining five new languages (Brazilian Portuguese, Czech, Danish, Norwegian and Polish), improved language prediction quality and a new US layout that nixes accented characters. For those who've yet to try it, the latest version can be tested for a full 31 days, after which you'll be coerced into ponying up $3.99 for the real-deal. Hit the source links below (or the QR code shown here) to give it a go.
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