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Keymonk Keyboard Free

Keymonk Keyboard Free


Type faster than ever before! Sweep words with both fingers twice as fast as Swype or SlideIT.
Android Police: "A very interesting take on mobile input... give it a shot".
El androide libre: "A keyboard revolution".
The Guardian: "Is there room for another big third-party Android keyboard besides SwiftKey and Swype?".

Available in English, Hebrew, Spanish, Italian, French and German.


HOW TO USE

A video is worth 10,000 words so check it out to see how Keymonk works.


COMPATIBILITY

Keymonk was tested on Galaxy S2 and should work with any compliant text editor on any smartphone with good multi-touch support.


MULTITOUCH ISSUES

Some devices, including high-end devices, have defective multi-touch support. If you see the Keymonk touch indication circles flicker or change colors while sweeping with both fingers, that may be an indication that your device does not support multi-touch well.

Keep each finger at its side of the keyboard and avoid bumping them into one another since it might confuse the touch screen.


EDITOR COMPATIBILITY

Keymonk might not work with particular text editors that are not compliant with the Android API. If you experience problems please send an email to [email protected]


SEND FEEDBACK

Help me improve this software by sending feedback and error reports to [email protected]


PRIVACY

Keymonk respects your privacy and does not collect any of your data.

Recent changes:
Tap and hold the Enter key to insert emoticons.
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About Keymonk Keyboard Free
Type faster than ever before! Sweep words with both fingers twice as fast as Swype or SlideIT.
Android Police: "A very interesting take on mobile input... give it a shot".
El androide libre: "A keyboard revolution".
The Guardian: "Is there room for another big third-party Android keyboard besides SwiftKey and Swype?".

Available in English, Hebrew, Spanish, Italian, French and German.


HOW TO USE

A video is worth 10,000 words so check it out to see how Keymonk works.


COMPATIBILITY

Keymonk was tested on Galaxy S2 and should work with any compliant text editor on any smartphone with good multi-touch support.


MULTITOUCH ISSUES

Some devices, including high-end devices, have defective multi-touch support. If you see the Keymonk touch indication circles flicker or change colors while sweeping with both fingers, that may be an indication that your device does not support multi-touch well.

Keep each finger at its side of the keyboard and avoid bumping them into one another since it might confuse the touch screen.


EDITOR COMPATIBILITY

Keymonk might not work with particular text editors that are not compliant with the Android API. If you experience problems please send an email to [email protected]


SEND FEEDBACK

Help me improve this software by sending feedback and error reports to [email protected]


PRIVACY

Keymonk respects your privacy and does not collect any of your data.

Recent changes:
Tap and hold the Enter key to insert emoticons.

User reviews of Keymonk Keyboard Free
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Oct 23, 2014
Uniquely inovative and convenient desighn Sorry it stopped but this cud really use emojis
A Google User
Oct 20, 2014
Cool concept but lack languages pack I'm Thai I like this keyboard but I really need Thai language for this to work
A Google User
Oct 19, 2014
its awesome Its the best keyboard but needs two things first more language support (Arabic ) second how to get the emoij please
A Google User
Oct 18, 2014
Double swipe is awesome but needs more work.... This could be the best keyboard, at least it has the potential to become it
A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
The best keyboard I could find And I tried quite a few. Alright, basically it's a slider - no new revelation there. It has an edge, though, and that's the two fingers support. On my Nexus 4 it doesn't make a big difference but on the mini-tablet (Nexus 7) it gives me the same feeling of typing with two hands as opposed to typing with one finger, on a real keyboard. Give it a try, you won't regret it.