*** Please accept my apologies for the 2.0 update! I've been swamped with work and a bad update slipped through the cracks. It should be working fine now, and I promise I'll do my best to avoid this ever happening again. *** This is the ...Read more
*** Please accept my apologies for the 2.0 update! I've been swamped with work and a bad update slipped through the cracks. It should be working fine now, and I promise I'll do my best to avoid this ever happening again. ***
This is the keyboard from Android 4.0 (code name Ice Cream Sandwich). It's the same keyboard you'll find on brand new devices, except you won't need a new device to use it! As a matter of fact, it works on pretty much any device that supports software keyboards (including old phones running Android 1.5/Cupcake).
This keyboard is 100% free. If you like it and want to contribute to our efforts, you can purchase the donate version of this keyboard.
If you want something a little more customizable, please try Ultra Keyboard. It has many innovative features designed to help you get the most out of your Android text experience.
About requested permissions: The Internet permission is necessary to make speech-to-text work on older devices. That is the only thing it's used for.
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UPDATED ON: Apr 22, 2012
INSTALLATIONS: 100,000 - 500,000
LATEST VERSION: 2.0.1
REQUIRED ANDROID VERSION: 1.5 and up
control vibration alert
Allows the application to control the vibration alert.
Allows application to access the audio recording path.
view network state
Allows an application to view the state of all networks.
full Internet access
Allows an application to create network sockets.
YOUR PERSONAL INFORMATION
read user-defined dictionary
Allows an application to read any private words, names and phrases that the user may have stored in the user dictionary.
write to user defined dictionary
Allows an application to write new words into the user dictionary.
read contact data
Allows an application to read all of the contact (address) data stored on your phone. Malicious applications can use this to send your data to other people.