FirstVoices Keyboards

3.4
55 reviews
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About this app

The latest ground-breaking FirstVoices innovation from the First Peoples' Cultural Council is an Indigenous language keyboard app for Apple and Android mobile devices.

The FirstVoices Keyboard App contains keyboard software for over 100 languages, and includes every First Nations language in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, plus many languages in the USA.

When the FirstVoices Keyboard app is installed on a mobile phone or tablet, any one of the 100+ custom keyboards can be activated in any application on the device. Users are able to select their keyboard(s) of choice within their email, social media, word processing or other apps, enabling unlimited communication in their mother language.

Online support guide available at: FV Keyboards Android Support Guide

Interested in learning more about FirstVoices and our other Indigenous language apps? Please email First Peoples' Cultural Council: info@firstvoices.com.
Updated on
Jun 23, 2022

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3.4
55 reviews
A Google user
August 1, 2019
I love it. it doesn't have Qlispe Salish but I was able to choose a language that had similar syllables, though I have to keep switching between keyboards.
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Charles Lippert
October 5, 2020
Handy but problematic―missing series or have the wrong set so I'm bouncing off several keyboards it offers. Examples― Plains Cree ᖧᖨᖪᖬ series final is ᙾ, not ᖮ (which is a form of the Inuktitut letter ř). If Plains Cree offered ᔐᔑᔓᔕᐡ and even ᣟ then it can effectively cover Woods Cree and Saulteaux. Swampy Cree is missing ᓓᓕᓗᓚᐪ and ᕃᕆᕈᕋᣛ. To cover Ojibwa full (other than Saulteaux or Severn Ojibwa), we also need ᣔᣕᣖᣗᣘᣙᣚᣛᣜᣝᣞᣟᓫᕑ and the L, R, F and TH series found in Moose Cree.
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Susannah Doxtater
August 1, 2020
I haven't used the keyboard officially yet but when I looked through the gayogohono keyboard there are missing diacritics that are essential, i.e. glottal stop and à, there are o's that have a double cedilla too. Great keyboard tho! Cant wait to use it.
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