HAHAHA Really? I completely understand that you might want to save space, and using special symbols for words is not new. However, this keyboard is awful. It is literally the stock Android keyboard from gingerbread with an extra button for the THE symbol. Even if you support the idea of using this new symbol, this software is terrible, and if Android wasn't opensource, it would be straight plagiarism. Not worth your time.
Really like Ћ idea But I'm not too sure about the warning when I installed saying the app could capture all input, including passwords. Maybe I can disable it when entering passwords? It'd be good if the website gets up.
Great idea! Ћ keyboard itself is nothing special, but Ћ concept of creating a more efficient means of a communication is a brilliant if daring concept. I'm sure it'll face lots of pushback, initially but have no objections as to why it should not exist into the future. Ћ English language is a living one after all. Let's not be burdened down by tradition for tradition's sake.
Andrew This actually works very nicely on my GalaxyS2. It makes the overall keyboard a little smaller and squatter with the extra line added. But it works, and it makes texting easier. I heard an interview with the developer today on the radio, and he said that the new symbol will automatically be converted to the word "the" if the receiver doesn't have the app. Very handy and useful new keyboard.
Good idea but… If like to hear from some English professors about this. Maybe it could be done even better. Also why isn't your description typed up using the new symbol? You want us to use it when you're not even using it... laughable!
I second THE comment from Matthew Murdock. Plain keyboard with addition of 'Ћ'. 1st. with Ћ amount of powerful keyboards on Android (swiping, predictive text etc;) this keyboard isn't necessary. 2nd. Nobody is going to really use this anywhere except maybe twitter/SMS - which most people do primarily from their phone. See point 1. On top of that, suggestions don't even show everywhere, so Ћ isn't even available everywhere. Ћis uses way too much space for no more Ћan it does.