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Description of Multiling O Keyboard + emoji
aka "MultilingO". "OKeyboard" or "OKey" O for Omni Super lightweight (~⅓MB) yet flexible and powerful. - All in one, multilingual ( >200 languages) - Accurate gesture input (swipe) - Save battery power - PC keyboard layout (DIY) - Gesture oriented (super fast to enter special symbols, words or sentences) - Resizable and easy positioning. Fits all screen sizes (phone, phablet, tablet…) - Unlimited themes with style and color mixing (mix your very own shade of pink or purple ). - Better color Emoji Sticker ⚽?? for Lollipop, KitKat, smiley :-) , emoticon ?, symbols ★☏♘⚄ , kaomoji (ง°▼°)ง feel free to create your own ԅ(ˆ。ˆԅ) - Fun text transformation tool: ξχ๑тïς тεχт, ??? , ⓒⓘⓡⓒⓛⓔⓓ or ｗｉｄｅ. - Calculator i.e. (4+5)-(6-3)=6 - Autotext - Split, floating (for ssh terminal) or dock. - Multiple layouts: QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY, DVORAK… or design your own (DIY, Chubon, KALQ) - 5-row or 4-row layouts - Ultra customizable. The only one that let you design your own layout (DIY layout) - Easy switch between languages, layouts, voice input, or even other keyboards. - T9 prediction - Flick or Multi-tap - 日本語 romaji or Flick keyboard. - 6 predefined layout for 한국어 (천지인, 나랏글, Flick…) - Edit mode (lockable). You can select text, copy, cut and paste … - Modern or retro (DIY) - Colorful, pink, purple, neon or monochrome (Mix it yourself) - Physical or Bluetooth keyboard (all keys can be remapped to the soft layout) - No internet permission = safer For color iOS 6 emoji, please install Emoji Codec 2 About the gesture input: - The home brew "swipe" algorithm is very young, so don't expect it works exactly like other swipe keyboards. I want to keep the algorithm simple and small. Tips: - For long words, try not to swipe the whole word (You may append gesture). - Make sharp corner for better prediction. a.k.a The next generation of Multiling Keyboard, Tablet keyboard, DIY keyboard, emoji keyboard, Floating keyboard.(maybe conflict with Paranoid) Aceh Afrikaans Alemannic Apache Asturian Azerbaijani Indonesian Malay Javanese Sundanese Kabyle Berber Bosnian Catalan Czech Chamorro Shona Choctaw Chuvash Danish German Navajo, Navaho Dinka Estonian Tok Pisin Alsatian English English Spanish; Castilian Esperanto Basque Ewe Faroese French Fula; Fulah; Pulaar; Pular Irish Scottish Gaelic; Gaelic Galician Kikuyu, Gikuyu Albanian Hausa Hawaiian hən̓q̓əmin̓əm Croatian Igbo International Phonetic Alphabet Xhosa Zulu Icelandic Italian Karen pwo,sgaw Karenni Kalaallisut, Greenlandic Kanuri Swahili Klallam Haitian Kurdish Sioux, Lakota Latin Latvian Lithuanian Lingala Linux LISU Lojban Luba Lushootseed Hungarian Malagasy Maltese Manchu Maori Mayan Mingo Creek, Muskogee, Muscogee Dutch Norwegian Bokmål Norwegian Nynorsk Uzbek Occitan Oromo Polish Portuguese Portuguese Tahitian Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan Quechua Sorbian Cebuano Slovak Slovene Somali Serbian Sibe Finnish Swedish Wikang Tagalog Taqbaylit Vietnamese Tzerng Koang Turkish Turkmen Venetian Cymraeg Winaray Wolof Yoruba Zazaki Belarusian Bulgarian Kyrgyz Kazakh Macedonian Mongolian Russian Serbian Tatar Tajik Tuvan Ukrainian Uzbek Arabic Malay Kazakh Maṣrī Mazandarani Panjabi Pashto Persian Sindhi Soranî Urdu Uyghur Javanese Sundanese Baybayin Bugis Kayah Li (Karenni) Khmer Lao Mon Myanmar (Now let you choose Zawgyi) Thai Tibetan Nuosu, Yi Korean Chinese Japanese Assamese Awadhi Bengali Bihari Bishnupriya Divehi Dzongkha Gujarati Hindi Kannada Malayalam Marathi Meetei Mayek Nēpāl bhāṣā Nepali Oriya Panjabi Sanskrit Saraiki Sinhala Tamil Telugu Amharic Armenian Cherokee Cree Ge'ez Georgian Greek Greek Hebrew Inuktitut Margaluri nina Ojibwe Pontic Syriac Manchurian Tifinagh Tigrinya Yiddish