This is Android's default keyboard, improved to support Indian language support. Currently, this app supports Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Kashmiri, Malayalam, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sinhalese, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, Arabic, Santali, Mon, Maithili, Methei, Burmese and English. Most languages have multiple input layouts to choose.
This version of the Indic Keyboard app has more features than the stable app, but have the possibility of more bugs. Use the app to give us feedback on new features and bug fixes - if you like living on the cutting edge.
# How to enable:
Assamese: Inscript, Transliteration
Bengali: Probhat, Avro, Inscript
Gujarati: Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration
Hindi: Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration
Kannada: Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration (Baraha), Compact, Anysoft)
Kashmiri: Inscript, Transliteration
Malayalam: Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration (Mozhi), Swanalekha
Myanmar (Burmese): xkb
Nepali: Phonetic, Traditional, Transliteration, Inscript
Oriya/Odia: Inscript, Transliteration
Punjabi: Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration
Tamil: Tamil-99 (initial support), Inscript, Phonetic
Telugu: Phonetic, Inscript, Transliteration, KaChaTaThaPa
# Incorrect display of text
Complex script rendering in android is not perfect. So if characters are not displaying correctly, it is an issue with Android system, not with the app. (text rendering in 4.2 is much better than 4.1 Jellybean, 4.4 and above perfect rendering when comparing with other android versions.)
# About "collecting data" warning message:
That warning message is a part of the Android operating system, and it appears whenever a third party keyboard is enabled.
This app uses the exact same permissions as the default keyboard that came with your phone. You may not need to worry.
# Source Code
This project is free and open source. Source is available in github - https://github.com/androidtweak/Indic-Keyboard
Find out more at : https://indic.app