Numbers and extra keys. Photo: KIllian Bell/Cult of Android

Numbers and extra keys. Photo: KIllian Bell/Cult of Android

Google has greatly improved its default Android keyboard for Lollipop, not only by giving it a Material Design overhaul, but by adding new features as well. One of those is the ability to add a number row and other special keys to the keyboard, but enabling them can be pretty tricky. Here’s what you need to do.

Nexus 6 is already cheaper on Sprint. Photo: Google

Nexus 6 is already cheaper on Sprint. Photo: Google

Sprint has slashed Nexus 6 prices by $50 less than a week after it began offering the handset online and in retail stores. But don’t worry if you’ve already bought yours, because you’re going to get a refund for the difference.

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Chinese smartphone maker Meizu has announced a new superphone that blows the latest offerings from rivals like Samsung and LG right out of the water. It’s called the MX4 Pro, and in addition to an attractive form factor, it has a super-sharp “2K+” display, a fingerprint scanner, and a speedy eight-core processor.

Lollipop meets Sense 6. Screenshots: LlabTooFer

Lollipop meets Sense 6. Screenshots: LlabTooFer

In case you needed proof that HTC is hard at work on bringing Android 5.0 Lollipop to its users, these screenshots give us an early glimpse at the Taiwanese company’s take on Google’s latest software. As you might expect, this is Lollipop with Sense 6, and it will already look pretty familiar to you.

Lollipop looks sweet on the Galaxy Note 3. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Lollipop looks sweet on the Galaxy Note 3. Screenshot: Cult of Android

Samsung hasn’t begun rolling out its Android 5.0¬†updates to consumers yet, but that hasn’t stopped pre-release builds from making their way out into the wild. We’ve already seen Lollipop with TouchWiz running on the Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy S4, and now the five-minute clip below gives us a glimpse at it on the Galaxy Note 3.

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