A software keyboard for programming code input. The name CodeWhisk comes from the whimsical cooking-inspired gestures used to manipulate text. If you are not keen on swinging your device like a mad person, CodeWhisk offers several other enhancements to make code entry easier, like faster access to symbols, programming keywords suggestions and more.
Supported programming languages are C, C++, C#, Java, HTML and Objective C, with more languages and more intelligent prediction coming up soon.
This app is still at a very early alpha stage. Treat it as a starting point and let your suggestions grow this into a full-fledged coding utility.
Be aware that comments in Android Market cannot be responded to, and it is better to send feedback to the email address listed in the help file.
(For those who have not installed alternative Android keyboards before)
After installing this app, go to Settings -> Language & keyboard and activate CodeWhisk. Then, set the current input method to CodeWhisk. For Android 2.3 and below, this is done by long-pressing any text field. For Android 3.0 and above, this can be done in Settings -> Language & input -> Current input method. Remember to enable motion gestures in CodeWhisk settings for them to work.