AnySoftKeyboard – on screen keyboard

AnySoftKeyboard is an on screen keyboard with multiple languages support.

The software supports a wide range of features.

This is free and open source software for Android.

Features include:

  • Supports lots of languages via external packages.
  • Physical keyboards are supported as well.
  • Themes (skin) support.
  • Incognito Mode – will not track your typing.
  • Word suggestions, and Next-Word suggestions.
  • Automatic correction can be customized, or turned off entirely. External packages include word lists that can be freely mixed. You can use a French layout and get suggestions for German and Russian.
  • Gesture typing.
  • Dark mode, automatic (based on system) and manual.
  • Power saving mode, disables various features to save battery.
  • Per-app tint, the keyboard changes color depending on the app.
  • Voice input.
  • Compact modes: Split and Compact to left/right.
  • Special keyboard for text fields which require only numbers, dates, email or URI addresses.
  • Plenty of emojis.
AnySoftKeyboard
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Website: anysoftkeyboard.github.io
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Menny Even-Danan
License: Apache License 2.0

AnySoftKeyboard is written in Java. Learn Java with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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