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Do you wonder how your name is written in Aurebesh, the alphabet used in a galaxy far far away?

With Aurebesh Writer, you will be able to write in your own language and see the result immediately displayed in Aurebesh on your iPhone.

You can also directly type in Aurebesh and see it displayed in latin alphabet.
You will be able to edit the text previous entered as long as it is kept in the text history

What’s New

Version 1.32

- update privacy policy

Ratings and Reviews

3.3 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

Dauminator63 ,

The best beginning

This is a great app. However, I'm only going to give it 3 stars, and here why. First, the keyboard is abcdef instead of qwerty, so it's harder to type. (The extra characters such as "thesh" could be in the bottom row.) Plus, if I made a typing error, I have to erase everything I've done after it. Secondly, it's hard to keep track of the things you wrote, as they are just put in one big side folder, rather than allowing me to organize my logs. Thirdly, it would be the greatest thing if the (revised) keyboard was put in the iPhone, as if it were just another keyboard, such as the emoji one. Those three things and this would get 10 stars if I could give it, because everything else is great!

Battlewithin ,

One, glaring mistake...

Pun intended. All numbers are translated as Braille instead of Aurebesh. Otherwise, seems to work very well. Automatically accounts for things like "ch" and converts to appropriate Aurebesh character. Disappointed that the numbers aren't correct. If they were fixed, I'd drop the dollar or two for the paid version. Sadly, the Aurebesh app that does numbers correctly requires iOS 9.2 and I'm not in the mode to upgrade!

Tex-Man 526 ,

Can’t text people in Aurebesh

This app would be awesome if it allowed you to text others in Aurebesh. I keep copying the Aurebesh words I type and pasting them in the text message bar on my texting app, but whenever I paste them they keep appearing as English only! The copying thinks that I’m copying English words when I’m actually copying Aurebesh words. Is there a way to fix that. If so, can the developer of this app fix that please? Thank you!

App Privacy

The developer, Philippe Charlot, has not provided details about its privacy practices and handling of data to Apple. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

No Details Provided

The developer will be required to provide privacy details when they submit their next app update.


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