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Amharic Keyboard

Amharic Keyboard is a custom keyboard application that allows you to type and send emails and PDFs, print, and post to Facebook and Twitter in Amharic

Amharic Keyboard is a custom keyboard application that allows you to type and send emails and PDFs, print, and post to Facebook and Twitter in Amharic

Amharic Keyboard

by Todd Kramer
Amharic Keyboard
Amharic Keyboard
Amharic Keyboard

What is it about?

Amharic Keyboard is a custom keyboard application that allows you to type and send emails and PDFs, print, and post to Facebook and Twitter in Amharic. The keys on the keyboard are actual Amharic letters, numerals, and punctuation marks. This app does not use transliterations to generate Amharic. The top row of the keyboard changes as you type to give you access to every Amharic letter, numeral, and punctuation mark.

Amharic Keyboard

App Details

Version
6.0
Rating
(66)
Size
17Mb
Genre
Utilities Social Networking
Last updated
October 12, 2013
Release date
September 12, 2012
More info

App Store Description

Amharic Keyboard is a custom keyboard application that allows you to type and send emails and PDFs, print, and post to Facebook and Twitter in Amharic. The keys on the keyboard are actual Amharic letters, numerals, and punctuation marks. This app does not use transliterations to generate Amharic. The top row of the keyboard changes as you type to give you access to every Amharic letter, numeral, and punctuation mark.

Note: Printing requires an AirPrint-enabled printer.

READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING: The iPhone and other mobile devices do not include built-in support for Amharic letters. Therefore, you will see white squares on your iPhone when you send emails and post to Facebook and Twitter in Amharic. However, the messages you send will appear normally on a computer and you can also attach PDF files of your Amharic messages to emails so that they can be read on iPhones and other mobile devices.

Please contact [email protected] with any comments or questions, and include "Amharic" in the subject line.