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Keyboard Manager allows you to customize what keyboard appears based on your device configuration.
It displays the keyboards you have enabled on your android device, and let you select one per orientation (landscape/portrait).
As your phone switch orientation, the app automatically switch the keyboard.
The app is open source (MPL v2), and the source code is available @ https://bitbucket.org/ne0fhyk/keyboard-manager/src
Taking inspiration from the 'Quick Controls' feature in the android browser, TasKarou provides a multitasking layer on top of a launcher.
By swiping anywhere on the left or right edge of the device screen, you can activate TasKarou's UI.
It gives you access to a quick, smooth, and intuitive interface to facilitate app launch, transition, and management for the user
The user interface brings a more responsive, and enjoyable level of interaction to your device.
To use TasKarou, set it as the default home launcher, and from TasKarou's settings, select the actual home launcher you want to overlay.
TasKarou user interface is then triggered by swiping from either the left of right edge of your tablet screen, while still allowing access to the overlaid home launcher through the home button.
The source code is available @ https://bitbucket.org/ne0fhyk/taskaroulauncher
It allows to configure a keyboard per-app, and per docking state.
It also lets you customize which keyboard to use based on your device configuration.
- this application shows to the android system as an accessibility service. To ENABLE it, go to 'Settings' -> 'Accessibility' -> 'Keyboard Manager Extras', and switch the toggle to 'ON'.
- this application requires Keyboard Manager version 2.6 or higher to work.