Esperanta klavaro subteno antaŭdiri, swipe tajpadon kaj auto korekto
Klavararanĝo estas sama kiel sistemo klavaro, sed havas Esperanton signo butonon kaj datumoj helpi vin tajpi pli rapide.
Esperanto keyboard support predict, swipe typing and auto correction
Keyboard layout is same as system keyboard, but have Esperanto sign button and data help you type faster.
This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.
Ratings and Reviews
Pretty much your only option, for better or worse.
This keyboard would be a great keyboard if it worked properly. Long-pressing on individual keys to bring up the “pop-up menu of related letters with different accent marks” only works about half the time and is very finnicky. There is also a period key (as in the “.” key) that doesn’t actually work if you press it to insert a period. Now, i know that key is really more or less designed specifically to be long-pressed in order for a user to access its pop-up menu, which contains various special letters that Esperanto regularly uses such as the “ĉ”. But i mean if you’re going to label the main key with a “.” , then it should at the very least allow you to insert a period from the pop-up menu. Instead, that key doesn’t actually work at all when trying to insert a period, and half the time actually causes the keyboard to freeze up and stop working all together (even after switching to a different keyboard and then trying to switch back).
However, while this keyboard definitely has its bugs and glitches, overall it does a fairly decent job. It gets 3 stars instead of 2 specifically because of its quality next- word prediction feature as well as allowing for swipe-typing, which really was a nice surprise.
This is pretty much the only Esperanto keyboard available right now, so of course I had to try it out, since I’m learning Esperanto. It’s a little rough around the edges-- it can skip letters from time to time and all the punctuation snaps to the previous letter, which can be annoying —but it’s quite effective. I do like how it uses the QWERTY format (and a few others), how you can change from a light theme to a dark theme without opening the app itself, and how there’s that little key that lets you add an accent mark to the last typed character. That being said, it could use some polishing.
Overall 3/5. It’s clunky, but it gets the job done.
Great for every Esperantisto!
This keyboard is very well laid out and has the basic functions you'd come to expect from any proper keyboard. It's full qwerty layout (common American layout) makes it easy to seamlessly switch between typing English and Esperanto. The added circumflex (^) key is very handy for quick typing, as one only needs to tap it after the appropriate letter in order to apply the circumflex, i.e. c -> ĉ. It is also great for those who dislike using the "x-system" for denoting the circumflex (like me). As necessary as it may be in many other applications, it eliminates the need wholly on iOS. It is light, comfortable (if a little odd to get used to after the default keyboard), and extremely useful when typing Esperanto.
Duolingo users take note! The app will switch between your default and this Esperanto keyboard as needed! Ain't it cool?
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- LE SANG
- 13.5 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 8.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- 12+ Infrequent/Mild Realistic Violence
- © LE SANG
- In-App Purchases
- All color themes $0.99