KALQ Keyboard (Official) Beta

KALQ Keyboard (Official) Beta


This is the BETA release of the KALQ keyboard (official).

KALQ is optimized for rapid two thumb typing on touchscreen devices. It works on tablets as well as smartphones with a large display.

The design is based on work by researchers from Max Planck Institute of Informatics, Montana Tech and University of St.Andrews. The design considers multiple human factors affecting the movement of thumbs. A user study showed that users could speed up typing by more than 30% over their regular speed with a default Qwerty layout. Please visit the homepage for more information
http://www.mpi-inf.mpg.de/~oantti/KALQ/.

Installation instructions:
- Android version 4.x: go to "Settings", select "Language and Input", then check option "KALQ Keyboard (Official). Early beta release". Then select KALQ as "Default" keyboard.
- On older Android versions: go to "Settings", select "Language and Input", then "Configure input methods", then check option "KALQ Keyboard (Official). Early beta release". Then return to "Language and input" and select KALQ keyboard in "Current input method".

*Please ignore the default warning message when you enable the KALQ keyboard: the application does NOT log nor send any data.*

Recent changes:
This new version adds umlauts and accented letters. To access them, press and hold the corresponding letter.
A bug was fixed that produced small text on smartphones.
Added possibility to limit keyboard height, giving more space to application content. This can be useful for smartphone users in the landscape mode.
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About KALQ Keyboard (Official) Beta
This is the BETA release of the KALQ keyboard (official).

KALQ is optimized for rapid two thumb typing on touchscreen devices. It works on tablets as well as smartphones with a large display.

The design is based on work by researchers from Max Planck Institute of Informatics, Montana Tech and University of St.Andrews. The design considers multiple human factors affecting the movement of thumbs. A user study showed that users could speed up typing by more than 30% over their regular speed with a default Qwerty layout. Please visit the homepage for more information
http://www.mpi-inf.mpg.de/~oantti/KALQ/.

Installation instructions:
- Android version 4.x: go to "Settings", select "Language and Input", then check option "KALQ Keyboard (Official). Early beta release". Then select KALQ as "Default" keyboard.
- On older Android versions: go to "Settings", select "Language and Input", then "Configure input methods", then check option "KALQ Keyboard (Official). Early beta release". Then return to "Language and input" and select KALQ keyboard in "Current input method".

*Please ignore the default warning message when you enable the KALQ keyboard: the application does NOT log nor send any data.*

Recent changes:
This new version adds umlauts and accented letters. To access them, press and hold the corresponding letter.
A bug was fixed that produced small text on smartphones.
Added possibility to limit keyboard height, giving more space to application content. This can be useful for smartphone users in the landscape mode.

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jun 9, 2015
Khalil Amazing
A Google User
May 8, 2015
Great and sure to get better! It is easy to use and faster once you learn where all of the letters are. Some improvements could still be made, because it is still just a beta, such as adding autocorrect and having easier access to the symbols when using the horizontal screen. Overall it is awesome!!
A Google User
Mar 31, 2015
Not even 1 star like .5 star Doesn't work 😠
A Google User
Feb 25, 2015
Like it Takes getting used to tho
A Google User
Jan 24, 2015
Doesn't even come up ! Piece of absolute crap.
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