Great and sure to get better! It is easy to use and faster once you learn where all of the letters are. Some improvements could still be made, because it is still just a beta, such as adding autocorrect and having easier access to the symbols when using the horizontal screen. Overall it is awesome!!
Im getting there. The good. This is a great innovation. Personally it helps me a lot to map the whole word in my mind before typing it rather than letter by letter searching. Two space keys is an excellent feature. I Don't mind waiting for features and updates, because basically this is an amazing free service. Smart phone landscape mode is good. The bad. No full stop in smartphone portrait mode?? Surely you could sacrifice one of the two shift keys for a full stop.
I think the shape is good but I didn't find the layout comfortable shouldn't the most used letters be on the outside under the thumbs? The unevenness of the keys was jarring. To me.
Pushing forward, but could do with std. tweaks Firstly: thank you very much for the effort of putting this together. Some functions I'd suggest down the line tho include del and space keys that persist between the alph & numchar pads, more intuitive autocaps (esp. after '.'s: autocap+space?), and as mentioned before; access to '.' & ',' on the alph pad - press and hold? Or perhaps split the numchar pad to 2 layers and set press-hold fn's for most of the alph keypad? Phew! That took a while to finish. looking forward to getting my WPM up. Thanks again
This concept is desperately needed for tablets! Somebody needs to develop a typing system for tablets. The qwerty layout has always been klunky; and dvorak really doesn't work well for thumbs either. It seems a curved keyboard modeled off dvorak would work better; but that idea seems out of the question at the moment. For some reason, in landscape mode, an editor pops up and it doesn't support text "copy." This app is still in beta; so we'll hang back for now on judgment. SOME OBSERVATIONS: It feels like the letters on the left and right should be reversed. The vowels should be on the left. That feeling may be due to my familiarity with DVORAK layout. Everything is on the wrong side. update: the development process for this app is nonexistent. Nobody is rethinking the key layout; so... *uninstall*.
Still needs work My biggest problems with this layout are that there is no period visable in the main portriat view. There should be at least the most common punctuation available without switching screens. Also, for me, I would prefer the space keys to be a row lower. At first I thought that the size of the keys in landscape would be a problem but after using it I find that I have no trouble hitting the correct key. I have also just noticed that i have a strong preference for the right space key. I'm not sure why. Out of s
This new version adds umlauts and accented letters. To access them, press and hold the corresponding letter.
A bug was fixed that produced small text on smartphones.
Added possibility to limit keyboard height, giving more space to application content. This can be useful for smartphone users in the landscape mode.