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French letters keyboard

Starting from version 2.0 of SwiftBraille, we brought French language to be supported in this project. Big thanks for who brought this to the project...if you want to know who they are, please check "Special Thanks" page. To type using French language, you need first to activate this language as an input method by going ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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Supported languages

We're trying to support as many as we can more languages in this free project, and since the launch of the project we supported English and Arabic in user interface and Braille input method as well! Since version 2.0, we opened the invitation to support French and Spanish, and a lot of ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

Keyboard dimension

Keyboard dimensions

Starting from the official version of SwiftBraille (1.0), we've provided the ability of changing the keyboard height, and from new version to another, we enhancing the user experience in this part, to add the ability of changing the width height of the keyboard in portrait or landscape (50%, 70%, and ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

voice input

Voice input

I've been asked to add voice input feature in SwiftBraille project since version 1.0, and here we go folks! Now, you can type using your voice or Braille language together if you would like to, starting from version 2.0 of SwiftBraille app. To activate voice input, you need to do two ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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Spanish letters keyboard

Starting from version 2.0 of SwiftBraille, we brought Spanish language to be supported in this project, big thanks for who brought this to this project...if you want to know who they are, please check "Special Thanks" page. In SwiftBraille keyboard, the user can type Spanish small letters and capital letters as well, and from ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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Spanish special symbols keyboard

SwiftBraille soft keyboard supports typing some of common symbols, the keyboard number five is for typing these general symbols. As also we supported Spanish language, there're some of symbols special for Spanish language have been added as well. You can switch between keyboards using the gestures, the operations bars, or any Braille indicator to move ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

options menu

Options Menu

Starting from version 1.1 of SwiftBraille, options menus have been added in the main screen of the app, and also in the settings screens. Options menu in the main screen The options menu in the main screen contains on: - How to use: This option will open to you the "How To Use" ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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Special symbols keyboard

SwiftBraille soft keyboard supports typing some of common symbols, the keyboard number five in English language is for typing these general symbols, and the keyboard number four in Arabic language is for typing symbols. You can switch between keyboards using the gestures, or the operations bars. To show all supported symbols in SwiftBraille, click here. General ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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Math symbols keyboard

SwiftBraille keyboard supports typing math symbols, the keyboard number four in (English, Spanish, French) languages is math keyboard, and the keyboard number three in Arabic language is for math symbols. You can switch between keyboards using the gestures, or the operations bars. To view the full math symbols that supported in SwiftBraille, ... Read more | Hows to use Swift Braille

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