WiFi Keyboard



    WiFi Keyboard's review

    Published: 2011-11-23, by .

    WiFi Keyboard allows you to type on your Android by using your computer's keyboard

    • It works
    • Ease of use
    • Not really useful so far
    • Layout could be improved

    "Control your Android from your PC keyboard"

    The connection between devices is quite easy: over WiFi (it doesn't run over 3G). Open the app and you'll get the instructions: you have to go settings, language & input and select WiFi keyboard as input method. Then, open a browser on your computer and type the address to connect your devices. From this moment you will be able to type from your keyboard on your device: it really works.

    Beside typing, you can also perform other actions from your computer's keyboard like controlling volume, opening menu, switching between screens, launching app drawer and apps.

    This is a great idea with high potential but that has to be enhanced though. By now, we don't really find it really useful. OK it's great whatsapping or sending SMS that fast, but switching between screens, closing conversations and opening new ones isn't as intuituive as it should be. Anyway, worthy to try.

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    by Manu , Appszoom

    Nov 23, 2011

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    Users comments

    Rilson Veigas

    by Rilson Veigas

    Aug 07, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I think that his I good app

    Franco Mendez

    by Franco Mendez

    Aug 03, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    writing this from my gamer keyboard this app is amazing!

    Dev V

    by Dev V

    Jul 28, 2017  |  "Poor"

    Connection lost when i open other app for typing

    Uri Tagger

    by Uri Tagger

    Jun 29, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    I love the app. There is however just one little thing that would make it perfect! When you're connected to the wifi keyboard as the input device, and let's say you move away from your desk for a few minutes, with your device, then you have to switch back to the normal on-screen keyboard. It would be great if this keyboard had that built in too, so you would have the option to input from there. Hybrid. WDYT?

    Michael Hall

    by Michael Hall

    Jun 25, 2017  |  "Awesome"

    This app solves a problem I've had for almost as long as I've had an Android phone. I frequently find myself needing to type replies into messaging apps that don't have desktop versions, and I used to have to keep a bluetooth keyboard handy just avoid fighting with the onscreen keyboard.

    Mircea Nemteanu

    by Mircea Nemteanu

    Jun 16, 2017  |  "Great"

    I'm on a Samsung Galaxy Note 5 with Android 7.0 Took a little to figure out how to get it working. More detailed help about how to use it would be good. Guess all seems so clear to the developer like anything looks easy when you know how to do it. Different story for (some, at least) users. I suggest a step by step tutorial, with screen shots, about using this tool.