Finding an email widget that is both functional and good looking has become quite the challenge lately. However, the Go Dev Team always seems to produce. Check out GO Email Widget for Android and treat yourself to some serious functionality while on the go. The application allows you to place an aesthetically pleasing 4 x 4 widget on your screen of choice giving you easy access to emails while on the fly. Send and receive emails all from the comfort of your home screen. There’s never a need to dive into the app itself. The application works with most popular email types and allows quick configuration to get started. You’ll need GO Launcher EX for this to work so be sure to grab it if you don’t have it already.
– Send/Receive emails
– Support POP3/IMAP
– Download/Send Attachment
– Change Themes
Ready for the download? Hit the break where you can check out some more screen shots of the app and snag the download links as well. There’s also a QR code for those who want it. Don’t forget to let us know what you think of the app once you’ve installed it.
The Go Dev Team continues to innovate and this time they’re entering the virtual keyboard arena with their latest iteration, Go Keyboard. At first glance, I almost dismissed it as just another keyboard, however, I believe the application brings quite a few new features to the game and just might be worth taking a look at. The software aims to make you a quick, better and smarter typer using its accurate dictionary, smooth key strokes and multiple languages and layouts. You can import contacts easily and there’s even support for fantasy text output and support for Emoji in any application that you can type in. Switch from a number of themes and skins with ease so as to stay out of the ever too often visited stale department.
Further features like auto-memory and correction when typing, multi-touch support and slide input (Swype like) all assist in accurate and easy input. And to top it all off, the Go Dev Team added gesture support to make things easier. You can swipe left or right to activate a cube like effect to switch keyboard layouts and swiping down closes the keyboard entirely. Hit the break to check out some more screen shots, snatch the QR code and to see all the languages supported in this release. Don’t forget to let us know what you think of it in the comments below. Does it compare to popular keyboards like Swype, Betterkeyboard and Thumb Keyboard? We’ll let you be the judge.