doesn't work on my new android 5...but there was only 1 alternative on 2.3 so not too bad... Works with Gingerbread! Would love to be able to remap real keys though, only alphanumeric keys work properly...
Works. Unfortunately, if you decide to buy this (which you will have to because it is crippled and inserts demo text randomly),[blueinput demo] you are at the mercy of the developer who does not use Google Play to sell you the app. You have to buy it directly. Worse, it is tied to DEVICE ID. What this means of c[blueinput demo]ourse, is that if you want EVER change devices (warranty/upgrade/etc) you are forced to buy it a second time. Also, very expensive. 8,49 Euros "on sale"!
Crap app from crap company So this app. I bought a Bluetooth keyboard online, one of those tiny ones. It didn't work with my phone. The driver disc with the keyboard had an android app on it, and that also didn't work. The app from my disc is the same as this app, from the same company, and this app ALSO does not work. Do not buy. Don't even bother looking. Purchase your keyboard from a reputable retailer that takes returns on non working products and avoid everything this company does to screw you out of your money.
kind of works i had troubles getting it to connect with my keyboard, but a different keyboard fixed that. the BIG issue for me was that shift combinations like '<' or '>' produced the wrong chars like ';'. this was universal on the keyboards i have, which worked fine with other devices. if it weren't for that i'd pay money for it in a heartbeat. the developer says i shouldn't underrate their software for this issue. REALLY!?!? keyboards have been supporting these shift combos since before i was born! score -1.
Really Buggy, Overpriced I was happy to find a way to connect a keyboard to my Nook HD. I was less happy that I have to go through the 'one time only' connect screen every time with it only working on the first try about half the time. Still, I thought I could work around the glitches and decided to buy the full version. I was initially confused why it wasn't showing up in the Play Store. I finally found out you have to buy a key from the developer through their website. I didn't like the sound of that, but I really didn't like the price. Almost $19 American?! That's crazy money for a driver with issues. At half that I'd consider it. At $5 I'd buy without hesitation. $19? Pass!
Corrupts input The demo will paste in the demo text periodically, corrupting files that are being edited unless you are paying attention. It can play havoc in an app like vi/vim, where each key is a command. There was considerable lag too, which made it hard to evaluate (is it the keyboard or Blueinput?). The app is expensive; you're better off putting the money toward a better device that has a BT HID profile.
- removed Registration and converted to freeware.
- removed ads
- added extra instructions for correct use
* Improved Bluetooth connectivity with SPP Support! Connect your keyboard using HID or SPP, or use the automated connection manager.
* All Bluetooth enabled Android devices support SPP (serial port profile)
* Mouse Cursor implemented
* Improved user interface, to provide the same power and configurability but easier to use!
A configurable keypad for controlling Bluetooth devices from a phone or tablet.