Symbols offer symbols(Currency(rupee),Greek,Arrow,Line,Math,Unit,Japanese,Emoticon, smiley etc.) more than 600.
You can easily type symbol any space(sms,email,web,twitter,facebook etc.)
If you want any symbol mail me, I will update ASAP
It is all free!!
Tip - If you want to type just one symbol, you don't have to press "Copy to Clipboard" button. because it is already copy to clipboard. you just long press on textfield where you want type symbol
Free as in beer, no spying, no adds, no in-app purchases :-)
You can browse the full Unicode range, jump to Unicode code points or blocks of your choice, or search in character names and Unihan description.
For all characters you get the standard information in the Unicode Character Database (UCD) and for Kanji characters you get all the info in the Unihan database.
Full support for characters beyond Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) and Emoji (including the color Emoji starting with Android 4.3).
Please let me know what you like / don’t like / would like.
And input string can be copied to the clipboard or input directly by Mushroom.
You can find out where selected character is in list.
By long clicking, larger character and code point will be shown.
Favorite characters can be memorized.
If you can't see special characters, you have to get a special font and select it.
Click - Input character
Long click - Show character information
This application includes a modified version of Unicode Data File.
Copyright © 1991-2014 Unicode, Inc. All rights reserved.
Unicode Chars is the ideal application to use unicode characters in your message or mail thanks to its paste to clipboard feature.
Following your device's fonts, some characters could be not supported and displayed as empty rectangles.
Don't hesitate to contact me if you have feedbacks or comments to improve the app by email : firstname.lastname@example.org
This tool is a kind of the Mushroom applications.
Please use with Simeji, ATOK, etc.
(Android 4.1(Jelly Bean) or later, we can use the Unicode 6.0 Emoji.)
There seems to be some characters which can not be displayed, or divided into two characters.
Even if you can enter the characters, some services or apps may produce unintelligible sequence of characters or delete emojis.
I strongly recommend that you check if the Unicode 6.0 Emojis are available in the app or service.
For example, if you send an e-mail with some emojis and he/she who received it cannot read them successfully, it may cause trouble.
Even in this case, I can not assume any responsibility.
Unicode 6.0 Emoji definition
I use the Unicode 6.0 Emojis defined here:
Devices which were used for test
Galaxy Nexus(SC-04D) with Android 4.3
Nexus 5 with Android 4.4
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. Is the default keyboard of the Galaxy S4 supported?
A. Unfortunately, it is not supported. Please launch this app by tapping the "mushroom" icon in the keyboard apps like ATOK and Simeji.
Q. Characters do not appear in the list.
A. If you use Galaxy series and you have changed the default font, emoticons may be not displayed correctly. Please use the default font.
Follow the updates
- Added ad remover option(paid)
- Added option to force using KitKat font.
Improved scroll speed.
- Emojis are classified and new tabs have been added for them.
- With Android 4.4, the emoji on the right side got hidden by scroll bar. So, the scroll bars has been changed to narrow type.
- Added a button to rate this app.
- Added ads. (Additional permissions are used only for showing ads.)
- Added setting which sets the history tab as the first selected tab.
- Adjusted the position of the character list so that the characters in the right and scroll bar do not overlap each other.
You can launch this app from your launcher app, then you can copy emoji to clipboard.
If you want to launch immediately, you can show this app in the status bar.
Fixed a bug that the characters are not shown on some devices: removed padding of each items and calculate font size to fit.
ယူနီကုတ် ဖောင့် ၁၆ မျိုး ထည့်ပေးထားပါတယ်. မိမိ နှစ်သက်ရာ ဖောင့် ဒီဇိုင်းကို နှိပ်ပေးပါ. ပြီးရင် ယူနီကုတ် ဖောင့် လှလှ
ဖုန်းမှာ Root Access ရှိရပါမယ်. Samsung ဖုန်းဖြစ်နေရပါမယ်. ဗားရှင်း ၄.၂ နှင့် အထက် ဖြစ်နေရပါမယ်.
It is very easy and simple to use.All you have to do is type in your text with English keyboard, meantime app transliterates this text in to Sinhala for you Offline. After you type your post, status, email in Sinhala you could share it with your friends within app it self.
Application Features include,
* Transliterates text into Sinhala
* Easy typing like sinhala sms
* Share on Facebook & Facebook Messenger
* Post to Twitter
* Send via Email, Bluetooth etc...
* Message a friend if device supports
* Supports both android phones and tabs.
* Supports both landscape and portrait moods.
NOTE: Kindly consider that some combinations of sinhala phrases will not render properly on Android Devices.
But it will be shown correctly on web browsers, facebook app etc after you complete your post.
Android devices can display various symbols, but entering them is not easy. SymbolsPanel provides a way of entering them.
▷After "Copy", long-touch a input area you want to enter, then select "Paste".
▷[Menu] key is enabled to set preferences.
▷To use this from other apps, "Notify shortcut" in preferences will be useful.
▷With Mushroom-improved IME for more simply use
This is designed as Mushroom plugin. You can use this also as stand-alone app, but I recommend to use it with a Input Method supporting Mushroom plugins.
(Mushroom is a mash-up feature on Input Method "Simeji". It is implemented on many japanese IMEs, such as Simeji, OpenWnn, ATOK and more.)
In stand-alone use, entered symbols is copied to the clipboard by pressing Copy button. To paste it to a input area, touch the area and hold, then select Paste in the menu displayed.
When called from IME as Mushroom plugin, only pressing Apply button, the symbols is entered to the current input area directly.
Depending on fonts or codesets on the application you use, some symbols may not be handled properly. For example, some symbols will not be displayed if the font in your device is not implemented information for that symbols. In another example, if a mail client you use can handle codeset US-ASCII only, it will not handle properly the symbols outside of US-ASCII, such as ☎.
If you send an email or write a message on the net, the recipients' environment (fonts, apps, etc...) decides whether they can read symbols. In particular, If the message is seen by unspecified person, avoiding usage of unfamiliar symbols is safe.
Note, of course, that your device's font may not support all known characters. Characters that your device cannot render will most likely show up as empty rectangles.
HTC Vision / T-Mobile G2 users: I assigned Charmap to one of my "Quick Keys" and it works pretty well. :)
Charmap is ad-free, Open Source, and licensed under the liberal MIT License. Don't hesitate to email me with comments or suggestions.
Unicode Keyboard is a supplementary keyboard that allows you to enter any Unicode 6.0 character or symbol in any active text field.
When you want to add a character that your normal keyboard doesn't include, you simply switch input method to Unicode Keyboard, enter the characters you want and then switch the input method back to your usual keyboard. (Includes a convenient button for switching back.)
• Searchable, block grouped, list of all possible characters.
• Characters can also be entered directly by hexadecimal code.
• Remembers your last nine used characters and provides shortcuts for them so you don't have to go searching every time.
★ Want to type a Ω, µ, ☺, ∞, or ANY other Unicode symbol? Use Unicode Keyboard! ★
To enable the keyboard after installation go to Settings -> Language and Keyboards and then tick the Unicode Keyboard checkbox.
To activate the keyboard hold on a text area where you want to use it and select Input Method from the dialog that appears. Then select Unicode Keyboard. Select and insert the characters you want then tap the keyboard button at the bottom to switch back to your previous input method.
Note: Character display requires font support on the viewing system.
(You can enter any valid character but most will not be visible on your Android device and many will not be visible on your PC without an appropriate font installed. The characters will still work when sent to other services, they just don't display correctly on your phone.)
You can display characters for your system font, which is dependent on your Android version, or you can select any .ttf file present in your system installation or on external storage.
Note that unavailable characters may appear as empty boxes, or as nothing at all. If you want to see a wider range of characters, try downloading and selecting the GNU Unifont. This is bitmapped, but should be better than nothing.
With all these features, before using please do a nandroid backup first. I mean backup your phone ;) If the new fonts does't work for you, this is the old font for you to install using the new custom font installer:
JellyBean - http://goo.gl/ZUiYwh
Ice Cream Sandwich - http://goo.gl/qktErW
Note: This app is intended for advanced Android user who know how to root their phone. If you don't know how to root, please search on Google with this "How to root ". Thanks you for your understandincug.
- One click install and restart phone in less than 5 seconds
- Redesigned UI
- You can now restore your original font
- Ability to install your own fonts
- Change/add Khmer to system locale
- Work on tablet (let me know, not tested)
v1.1.3 Legacy features:
- Easy to use and free
- Choose patcher according to Android version
- One click patcher mechanism
- Small package size (patches data will be downloaded from the network)
- Design to work on almost all Android version
- You are helping to promote Android app development in Cambodia
How can I enable it and set it as the default input method/keyboard on my Android phone?
- On Android 5.x and newer versions:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, go to Current Keyboard -> Choose Keyboards -> Check “Google Hindi Input” -> back to “Language & input” -> Current Keyboard -> Select “Hinglish & Hindi Google Hindi Input”
When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by clicking the keyboard icon on the bottom right corner of the screen.
- On Android 4.x:
Open Settings -> Language & Input, under “KEYBOARD & INPUT METHODS” section, check Google Hindi Input, then click Default and select “Hindi” in the “Choose input method” dialog.
When typing in an input box, you can also change the default input method by selecting “Choose input method” in the Notification area.
How can I enable/disable Hinglish, Hindi or handwriting keyboard?
Go to Settings->Language & Input->Google Hindi Input->Keyboard, under “Select keyboard type” section, check the keyboard types you like.
How can I change keyboard theme?
Pick the theme you like at Settings->Language & Input->Google Hindi Input->Keyboard->Keyboard theme.
How can I use this application?
- Toggle the button “a->अ” on English keyboard to turn on/off transliteration mode.
- In the transliteration mode, you can type Hindi word in English characters and the app will convert them to Hindi.
- For example, type “hindi” and then you will get the word हिंदी from a list.
- By turning off the transliteration mode on English keyboard (by pressing the button “a->अ” again), you can type in English.
- Toggle the globe button to switch between English and Hindi keyboard
- Vowels are changed to matra automatically after typing consonants.
- Long press characters(vowels and consonants) to type variations of characters. For example, long press “ई” you can type “ई” or “ी”, long press “क” you can type क, कं, क्र or र्क.
Default layouts support Latin- and Cyrillic-based and Greek character sets, user-defineable external layouts are supported as well.
For entering a plain character just 'grab' a key and drag it to some direction, for entering some accented ones, do a big swipe across the whole keyboard :)! Depending on the direction of the big swipe, you can choose different sets of accenting.
For choosing a different layout, do a big swipe from the top-left corner of the keyboard across to bottom-down, and choose a layout from L0 to L6 (L0:Latin, L1:Cyrillic, L2:Greek, L3-L6:Custom).
To get a visual feedback about the symbol you are about to enter, visit the entries 'Feedback/Normal feedback' and 'Feedback/Password feedback' in the Settings menu, and choose either Toast or Highlight.
Supported Latin-based languages:
Afrikaans, Albanian, Azeri, Belarussian, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Icelandic, Irish, Italian, Kurdish, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Scottish, Serbian, Slovakian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Tatar, Turkish, Vietnamese, Welsh
Supported Cyrillic-based languages:
Belarussian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Kazakh, Macedonian, Russian, Rusyn, Serbian, Ukrainian, Tajik, Tatar.
For a full documentation and source please visit the link http://code.google.com/p/compass-keyboard/wiki/CompassKeyboard
CompassKeyboard is completely free of charge (not even ads), voluntary donations are thankfully accepted via PayPal.
ANSI Color Codes
As many custom buttons you can make!
BlowTorch now supports Portrait mode as well as Landscape mode!
MUD/MUSH/MOO Servers are text based games that operate similar to terminal applications. A host name and port are used to connect a player to a game. Game servers can be found at http://www.topmudsites.com and http://www.mudconnect.com
Custom buttons are made through long pressing the window where you want the button to be. Buttons can be grouped onto pages by using button sets accessible through the MENU button.
Triggers can be extended by turning off "Literal" parsing. This will enable regular expression parsing for the entered pattern. Capture group text may be replaced in response actions by using $1,$2,$3, etc, where the number specified is the index of the captured group.
Problems, Questions and Bug reports should be emailed to the developer email address for the quickest response.
If you have never played a text based RPG before, we offer an extensive in-game help system to help you get started and a team of volunteer "helpers" who answer questions in real time. We also have a very detailed starting area called "The Aylorian Academy" - your first major quest in the game where you are guided through playing Aardwolf in an interactive format.
Create your character from any one of 28 classes including fighter classes such as Soldiers, Knights, Hunters, Barbarians, Rangers, Archers, Assassins and Paladins or select a magic based class including Elementalists,
Necromancers, Healers, Priests, Witches and Enchanters. Once you have chosen your race, your guild and your profession then the rest is up to you. You have absolute control over your character's actions and there are
many ways to play Aardwolf.
You can play the game solo or group with other players, focus on gaining experience and levels, take part in hundreds of quests, solve puzzles, explore, map, play casino games for in-game currency, join a clan, take part
in our forums, enchant and craft equipment, compete with other players in player-vs-player combat and global quests, answer trivia, create your own private manor, experiment with hundreds of spells and skills and even, eventually, build your own additions to the world.
To learn more about Aardwolf please visit the Aardwolf MUD homepage, http://www.aardwolf.com.
If you enjoy Aardwolf and would like to play from a desktop with a richer interface and separate windows for maps, chat, quest information, etc, we have a free desktop client available. For more information as well as screenshots, please visit, http://www.aardwolf.com/play/
Keywords: Aardwolf, MUD, RPG, Role Playing Game, Text Based Fantasy Adventure
✔Optional List and Grid Mode
✔Phrases (for emoticons or short messages)
✔Text Decoding (to see which characters are in a string)
✔Browse with different fonts
✔Load True-Type Fonts from the SD Card
✔Desktop Widgets for quick copies!
✔Installation on SD Card
✔Filters out characters that are not defined by the selected font.
Feedback is always welcomed. Please send any questions or problems to the developer email for a quickest response.
✘What are these boxes?!
Boxes mean the current font does not have a glyph for a given character. Some fonts have many characters defined, some have just a few. Though not all fonts assign glyphs to every character, copy and pasting boxes will transfer the correct character data. Try selecting a different font from the Options menu or loading a True-Type font from your SD card. HappyChar now provides the option to skip and not display these characters when browsing.
※ Instructions ※
☞Clicking a character will append it to the clipboard sandbox at the bottom of the screen. Copy the sandbox to the clipboard by clicking the clipboard icon.
☞Long clicking a character will launch the character inspector which shows the byte order breakdown for the character in different unicode encodings.
☞Mark favorites by clicking the happy face in the character inspector. View your favorites by pressing MENU->Favorites.
☞View phrases by pressing MENU->Phrases. Enter new phrases by pressing the green Add button at the top of the screen. Phrases can be copied, edited, or deleted by pressing the utility buttons in each list item.
☞Click the top bar in between the left and right arrows to show the section list and jump to the any section of the unicode basic multilingual plane.
☞Any True-Type font may be loaded into HappyChar. Select Font from the MENU->Options page, and select “Scan SD Card” from the list to initiate a search for True-Type fonts in the SD Card. Fonts may be placed anywhere on the sd-card. To cancel the search press the BACK button.
✘Custom fonts are not available for desktop widgets to use at this time.
✘Desktop widgets are unavailable if installed to SD Card.
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