Airkey is a cloud input allows you to text on Android device by using desktop keyboard. With it, a normal desktop keyboard will become a wireless keyboard for your Android devices. It also pluses a standard Gingerbread Android keyboard, so you also can use it as a normal input on Android side.
Airkey integrates with Google Cloud Message service, it can work with all wireless connections such like 2G, 3G, 4G, WiFi. So what you need is a computer can browse internet sites.
Airkey is not only a simple cloud text input, but also provides several handy features, and even more features are coming soon.
※ Secured Cloud Input
All texts through network are encrypted by TSL or AES 128.
Share Android device clipboard with desktop computer.
Press Alt+key to launch embed Android apps remotely. For example, Alt+s to write a new SMS message, [email protected]
to launch Gmail, Alt+G to launch Gallery, Alt+C to launch Camera, and so on.
※ Quick Launch Commands
send '&app_name' to remotely launch any 3rd-part apps by app name.
1. Enable Airkey keyboard in Android Settings > Language & Input.
2. Switch to Airkey input
- - Android 4: focus on a text input, select the 'Choose input method' from the notification list and select the Airkey from the popup list.
- - Android 2, 3: long press the input field and select the Airkey from the popup list.
3. Go to https://airkey.me, login with the account, then you can text to your Android device remotely.
Minor bugs fixed