Best Hindi input on mobile, and on desktop too, seems to be the way Google
hindi keyboard works. Hindi keys are kept at where English keys are on the
Also, there were some languages for which the names were not visible on my
Is there an issue and suggestion log system to put these request in?
On 13-Mar-2014 1:12 pm, "Hariraam" <hariraama(a)gmail.com> wrote:
Very useful news.
This Indic KeyBoard App is for TouchScreen inputs in Inscript Layout.
We have Samsung Note 10.1 Tab with Android 4.1 OS. It has Hindi and other
Indic support inbuit.
But a additional BlueTooth Keyboard is used with this. Which provides
input only in English.
How to add Indic input in inscript layout support with the attached
प्रगत भारत <http://hariraama.blogspot.com>
On Tue, Mar 11, 2014 at 5:30 PM, <
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> Subject: [Slightly OT] Just Released : Indic Keyboard for Android
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> Just Launched https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.smc
> Indic keyboard is a native free and open source Indian language input
> keyboard application for Android mobile devices. At present supporting
> almost 15 Indic languages, this application uses fonts in Android system
> both direct input (characters mapped to keys) and transliteration. Though
> support for Indian languages was already available in some phones, Android
> officially started support with Jelly bean (4.1) version.
> Users can directly type in their native language to any app installed in
> their phone. An installation wizard is included with the app to ease the
> setup process. Any novice user can install and setup the app for their
> language easily.
> This app extends Androidā??s default keyboard and adds support for
> languages such as Assamese, Bengali, Gujarati, Hindi, Kannada, Malayalam,
> Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sinhalese, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu.
> The app supports any device which has Android 4.1 and above installed.
> of the supported languages have 3 layouts - phonetic, inscript and
> transliteration.Do note that font support for all languages may not be
> available in all makes and models.
> This keyboard requires Android 4.1+, and is developed by Jishnu Mohan of
> Swathanthra Malayalam Computingļ»æĀ with the support of DIT R & D Project
> undertaken by ICFOSS, Govt. of Kerala.
> Source code is available at https://github.com/smc/Indic-Keyboard
> The keyboard will work with all AOSP variants like cynogenmod, replicant
> We will soon publish apkĀ in f-droid too
> Playstore link https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=org.smc
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