We Recommend: The Concept of an Invisible Keyboard Has Now Materialized on the Store (Video)

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  • 13 Aug 2012
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  • Third party keyboard developers have always struggled to bring new innovative ways of typing. The concept of an invisible keyboard has long been sought but an actual implementation is not that easy to come by. The current alternatives on the Store offer great predictions but still rely on the same old formula. Inpris is trying to bring something totally new.


    UpSense Keyboard is designed for both your average tablet and smartphone users as well as visually impaired users of touch screen devices. It brings a whole new way of typing using all your fingers, five or four fingers. Once installed you need to set it as default input method in the device settings. Later you can customize the gestures for inputting the different letters, symbols and numbers. A traditional numeric and symbols keyboard can also be brought up at a touch of a button. UpSense Keyboard is currently in it’s early stages of development so keep that in mind while you’re testing it.

    At first you will probably find it’s not easy to type using UpSense Keyboard. It is required that you learn every gesture required for typing a particular letter. As I already stated, gestures can be customized, making it easy to learn. Taping a letter that is displayed at the bottom of the screen will remind you of the gesture required to type it. The keyboard is totally transparent, aside from circles where each fingertip creates the gesture. There are also built-in tutorials to help you get started quickly. Watch the demo video below for explanations regarding the use and feel of the innovative product:


    You can help the developers and bring useful suggestions by downloading UpSense Keyboard for Free from the Store.

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