A lightweight multilingual keyboard
Android has its own standard keyboard, the one provided by Google and known as GBoard. It is a functional keyboard that meets the basic needs of written interaction in any app, whether messaging like WhatsApp, browsers like Chrome, or apps to take notes like Evernote. But some users are looking for something more, and there is a wide range of alternative keyboards for Android, such as Multiling O Keyboard.
A powerful, lightweight keyboard that supports over 200 languages
This is a keyboard of just under one megabyte in size, making it a perfect choice for low-performance mobiles, together with the low operating system requirements. But this does not mean that it cannot be used in those of higher performance, since it has very interesting functions that make writing on the smartphone easier and smoother. In addition, it supports over 200 languages including different literacies, so the vast majority of users will have their needs covered, no matter what language they speak.
These are the main features of this multilingual keyboard:
- Multilingual keyboard for over 200 languages.
- Support for different alphabets.
- Light size.
- Low battery consumption.
- Gesture-oriented functions make it fast to enter preconfigured words, sentences, and symbols.
- Resizable; adapts to various screen types.
- Different themes and appearances.
- Easy on-screen positioning.
- Tools for text transformation.
- Built-in calculator.
- Predictive text function.
- Different keyboard maps: QWERTY, QWERTZ, AZERTY, DVORAK...
- Option to design your own keymap.
- No permissions are required to access device functions.
Requirements and additional information:
- Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.4.
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