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    Published: 2012-06-29, by .

    ETAOI Keyboard is an original way to input based on ETAOI (internationally most used letters)

    5
    • Tutorial
    • Originality
    • Challenging
    • Too much learning curve
    • Screentouch response should be enhanced

    "The weird keyboard"

    First off, we want you to know that this isn't an easy keyboard to handle, at least not in the beginning. Actually, it requires power of will, otherwise you'll drop it in the middle of the learning curve. Those who achieved it say that it's a really fast-typing keyboard. I guess I'm a conservative in this regard, but I'll stay on QWERTY.

    Anyway, it's always nice discovering new keyboards with original input system. ETAOI Keyboard is made up by just 5 colored keys. Its original input system allows you to input letters, numbers, punctuation and even emojis by sliding right/left, up/down. No one can discuss that this is a native mobile keyboard. The only catch lies on most of the users are use to QWERTY or similar keyboards and are reluctant to change. This is for the bravest.

    There's both a free demo version (with some punctuation and other perfomance restriction) and a paid one ($1.99). Although we encourage everyone to give it a go and accept the challenge, we cannot rate it as well as others because it doesn't makes users' life easier, not in the beginning at least. And that's matters. What's more, screentouch response should be enhanced, we had some mistypings.

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    by Manu , Appszoom

    Jun 29, 2012

    Description

    5-TILES. The keyboard designed for touchscreens
    The 5-TILES keyboard takes up 70% less of your smartphone’s screen compared to the QWERTY keyboard, giving you more space to see what truly matters. Consisting of only 5 large keys, that better match any finger size, result in greater accuracy, fewer typos and enhancing the typing experience on your touchscreen.

    It’s fast!
    With a little practice you can achieve the same speed as on your old keyboard, even surpass it, becoming a true “typing Ninja”.

    Use it across all your devices

    5-TILES is specifically designed for touchscreens, therefore it’s compact, with a simple and understandable typing logic. It is adaptable to any screen size, making it the only keyboard which you can use across EVERY touchscreen device - from tablets to smartwatches.

    Learning Mode
    We know that 5-TILES is something new for you, therefore we have developed the "Learning Mode". This feature shows which letters can be typed after you press a key. The "Learning Mode" is the default mode after installation. Slide up on the yellow key to switch it off.

    Cheat Sheets
    In order to help you become a master of the 5-TILES keyboard in a very short time we have created the “Cheat Sheets”. Slide down on the orange key to see the typing combinations for all characters.You can navigate between different cheat sheets pages by sliding left or right. Once you tap the desired character, a keyboard animation will show you how to type it.

    How it works
    Check the step by step guide on our YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c32sREkbxwM

    The 5-TILES keyboard has only 5 keys, each key containing 5 or 6 letters. The letters are distributed in alphabetical order, making it easier to find the letter you want.

    On each key there is one underlined letter. These letters can be typed with a single tap. This happens with the letters "a" (Blue key), "g" (Green key), "m" (Yellow key), "s" (Orange key) and the red button is for space.

    To write all the other letters check the position of the letter you want to type in the row of letters of that key. For example the letter "b" is the second in the row of the blue key, so you must hold down the blue key and slide your finger to the second key (green key). The letter "c" is the third in the row so you must hold down the blue key and slide your finger to the third key (yellow key).

    This logic applies to all keys

    Easy, right?

    You will see that the letters "u" and "z" are at the top of the Orange and Red keys respectively. These letters can be typed by simply sliding your finger from the key upwards.

    With the 5-TILES keyboard you can also write numbers from 0 to 9, punctuation symbols, special characters for 9 different languages and symbols with specific swiping sequences.

    You can also use the 5-TILES keyboard to edit your text without having to touch the screen, such as delete a letter, delete an entire word, delete all text, redo or undo text, copy and paste text and many more options directly from the 5-TILES keyboard.

    Word Prediction/Dictionaries
    Before going any further we want to be completely transparent with our users.. Everything stays on your phone.

    The 5-TILES keyboard contains a predictive dictionary that will learn from you as you type. The dictionary is activated by default but 5-TILES works 100% without it so you can turn it off at any time. We DO NOT collect or analyse any data, everything stays on your device.

    Activating the 5-TILES Keyboard
    After downloading, you will find the app in your applications’ list or on the main screen of your phone. Tap on "ACTIVATE" on the initial menu, then select as your preferred keyboard by pressing "SELECT". With these 2 simple steps your keyboard is ready to roll.

    Languages

    English
    Spanish
    French
    German
    Italian
    Polish
    Portuguese
    Swedish
    Danish
    Finnish
    And many more coming soon!

    Users review

    from 279 reviews

    "Great"

    8

    Users comments for 5-TILES Keyboard

    Paul Vargas

    by Paul Vargas

    Oct 03, 2017  |  "Great"

    For what it is, it's fine. Though I personally don't pefer it

    M. Haris Aqeel

    by M. Haris Aqeel

    Aug 29, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    once you get familiarized with it, you will love it.

    bahrta sai

    by bahrta sai

    Jan 01, 2017  |  "Good"

    I don't blame the developer for that btw it's just inevitable. the only thing I can see this being useful for is a smartwatch, provided it's a samsung. Otherwise, I don't think it's worth it. With the cheatsheet this is using the same amount of space onscreen as the keyboard i've been using. It could really benefit from a "double—tap for punctuation" option too.

    Adam Jaynes

    by Adam Jaynes

    Dec 30, 2016  |  "Great"

    After quite an adjustment period (5-months) you can get used to using this keyboard and it takes up way less real-estate on the screen. There only two things this keyboard needs so I don't have to keep switching between keyboards. 1. Emoji: if they were to put a set of pages inside of the cheat sheet menu with Emojis on it, then I wouldn't have to keep switching back to Gboard. 2. Google Voice Shortcut: I use quite a bit in situations where typing would be dangerous or when I don't know how to spell a word.

    Emil Dworniczak

    by Emil Dworniczak

    Oct 01, 2016  |  "Good"

    Szkoda ze się rozwija projekt dalej

    aditya narayan

    by aditya narayan

    Jul 05, 2016  |  "Awesome"

    Good