Multiling O Keyboard + emoji

3.8
35.3K reviews
5M+
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Content rating
Everyone
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About this app

aka "MultilingO". "OKeyboard" or "OKey"
O for Omni

Super lightweight (~⅓MB) yet flexible and powerful.
- All in one, multilingual ( >200 languages)
- Accurate gesture input (swipe)
- Save battery power
- PC keyboard layout (DIY)
- Gesture oriented (super fast to enter special symbols, words or sentences)
- Resizable and easy positioning. Fits all screen sizes (phone, phablet, tablet…)
- Unlimited themes with style and color mixing (mix your very own shade of pink or purple ).
- Better color Emoji Sticker ⚽👍🙋 for Lollipop, KitKat, smiley :-) , emoticon 😁, symbols ★☏♘⚄ , kaomoji (ง°▼°)ง feel free to create your own ԅ(ˆ。ˆԅ)
- Fun text transformation tool: ξχ๑тïς тεχт, ‌🇧‌🇮‌🇬 , ⓒⓘⓡⓒⓛⓔⓓ or wide.
- Calculator i.e. (4+5)-(6-3)=6
- Autotext
- Split, floating (for ssh terminal) or dock.
- Multiple layouts: QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY, DVORAK… or design your own (DIY, Chubon, KALQ)
- 5-row or 4-row layouts
- Ultra customizable. The only one that let you design your own layout (DIY layout)
- Easy switch between languages, layouts, voice input, or even other keyboards.
- T9 prediction
- Flick or Multi-tap
- 日本語 romaji or Flick keyboard.
- 6 predefined layout for 한국어 (천지인, 나랏글, Flick…)
- Edit mode (lockable). You can select text, copy, cut and paste …
- Modern or retro (DIY)
- Colorful, pink, purple, neon or monochrome (Mix it yourself)
- Physical or Bluetooth keyboard (all keys can be remapped to the soft layout)
- No internet permission = safer

For color iOS 6 emoji, please install Emoji Codec 2

About the gesture input:
- The home brew "swipe" algorithm is very young, so don't expect it works exactly like other swipe keyboards. I want to keep the algorithm simple and small.

Tips:
- For long words, try not to swipe the whole word (You may append gesture).
- Make sharp corner for better prediction.

a.k.a The next generation of Multiling Keyboard, Tablet keyboard, DIY keyboard, emoji keyboard, Floating keyboard.(maybe conflict with Paranoid)

Aceh
Afrikaans
Alemannic
Apache
Asturian
Azerbaijani
Indonesian
Malay
Javanese
Sundanese
Kabyle
Berber
Bosnian
Catalan
Czech
Chamorro
Shona
Choctaw
Chuvash
Danish
German
Navajo, Navaho
Dinka
Estonian
Tok Pisin
Alsatian
English
English
Spanish; Castilian
Esperanto
Basque
Ewe
Faroese
French
Fula; Fulah; Pulaar; Pular
Irish
Scottish Gaelic; Gaelic
Galician
Kikuyu, Gikuyu
Albanian
Hausa
Hawaiian
hən̓q̓əmin̓əm
Croatian
Igbo
International Phonetic Alphabet
Xhosa
Zulu
Icelandic
Italian
Karen pwo,sgaw
Karenni
Kalaallisut, Greenlandic
Kanuri
Swahili
Klallam
Haitian
Kurdish
Sioux, Lakota
Latin
Latvian
Lithuanian
Lingala
Linux
LISU
Lojban
Luba
Lushootseed
Hungarian
Malagasy
Maltese
Manchu
Maori
Mayan
Mingo
Creek, Muskogee, Muscogee
Dutch
Norwegian Bokmål
Norwegian Nynorsk
Uzbek
Occitan
Oromo
Polish
Portuguese
Portuguese
Tahitian
Romanian, Moldavian, Moldovan
Quechua

Sorbian
Cebuano
Slovak
Slovene
Somali
Serbian
Sibe
Finnish
Swedish
Wikang Tagalog
Taqbaylit
Vietnamese
Tzerng Koang
Turkish
Turkmen
Venetian
Cymraeg
Winaray
Wolof
Yoruba
Zazaki
Belarusian
Bulgarian
Kyrgyz
Kazakh
Macedonian
Mongolian
Russian
Serbian
Tatar
Tajik
Tuvan
Ukrainian
Uzbek
Arabic
Malay
Kazakh
Maṣrī
Mazandarani
Panjabi
Pashto
Persian
Sindhi
Soranî
Urdu
Uyghur
Javanese
Sundanese
Baybayin
Bugis
Kayah Li (Karenni)
Khmer
Lao
Mon
Myanmar (Now let you choose Zawgyi)
Thai
Tibetan
Nuosu, Yi
Korean
Chinese
Japanese
Assamese
Awadhi
Bengali
Bihari
Bishnupriya
Divehi
Dzongkha
Gujarati
Hindi
Kannada
Malayalam
Marathi
Meetei Mayek
Nēpāl bhāṣā
Nepali
Oriya
Panjabi
Sanskrit
Saraiki
Sinhala
Tamil
Telugu
Amharic
Armenian
Cherokee
Cree
Ge'ez
Georgian
Greek
Greek
Hebrew
Inuktitut
Margaluri nina
Ojibwe
Pontic
Syriac
Manchurian
Tifinagh
Tigrinya
Yiddish
Updated on
Sep 3, 2020

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Ratings and reviews

3.8
33.8K reviews
A Google user
October 5, 2019
Extremely flexible & powerful - especially for it's size! Been using this for years and have barely scratched the surface of what it's capable of. This shows its one major flaw, though: it's not well documented. The instructions are on a separate web page (fits the "keep it lite as possible" mentality that I appreciate), and they are also rather terse, user-unfriendly, and woefully incomplete. They relied on the discontinued Google+ for community support so now it feels like it's unsupported.
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Psittacus erithacus
May 11, 2020
This might sound like hyperbole, but I say it only after some consideration: this may be the most important piece of software on Android. Certainly it is the most important thing that I've installed on my phone. Ability to use a MessagEase style, large button layout in portrait and a full qwerty layout in landscape is completely unique and was well worth the minor learning curve for custom layouts. Text navigation is top notch with one-touch or one swipe access to arrows + home/end as well as backspace, delete (forward) & backspace by whole words. Ability to have one-touch access to esc, ctrl, tab & voice input makes everything from daily text input to ssh sessions much easier. Ctrl+a/x/c/p is much faster than long-press menu. Also, a surprising amount of android software responds to ctrl+z for undo and that has saved my bacon many times. Overall, the best keyboard experience I've found and by a fair margin. Much more flexible than anything else out there and lightweight to boot.
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Everett Flores
June 23, 2020
I've been a fan of the developer since the Multiling (minus the O) keyboard. In fact, I still use that one as my main one. The extra features this one provides is very nice, but to me it just still lacks something from the last one I cannot fully explain. The coupe of things I can say are these: the ability to customize the extra symbols on the period key and no hand writing recognition to text input for any languages. I do so hope the dev still works on this app.
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