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Questions and Answers about Swift Braille project

Swift Braille provides a whole new idea in Braille mobile entry by typing in Braille using one hand and one finger by connecting needed Braille dots together. A real example of typing "L" by connecting the dots.
Swift Braille soft keyboard available for free on Google play store, search for "SwiftBraille" in search box, or download it directly as APK to your device. Click here for installation and activation process.
Swift Braille soft keyboard available for free, supports Arabic besides other three languages, the blind themselves developing the project, high customizable keyboard, and it provides the new idea of connecting Braille dots using one finger without suspending the screen readers. More features are available here.
By default, the dots are distributed as Braille cell represented on the screen, first three dots in the left of the screen, and others are on the right vertically. The user can choose among three layouts, explained here.
The project is available in four languages, either in user interface or typing in Braille language. The languages are: Arabic, English, French, and Spanish.
For now the project available for Android (version 4.1 and higher) devices, either handsets or tablets. Planning to provide "Connect The Dots" concept on other platforms.
Yes! As the screen readers on Android devices requires users to suspend it to use gestures with more than two fingers. Using connect the dots concept will not require you to suspend the screen reader to type simple words! Besides, we've provided the ability to select different text to speech engine specified for Swift Braille keyboard.
You can support the project in many ways! Buy a cup of coffee for the developer, writing about the project, sharing it, or testing beta versions before releasing it to the store. More details provided here.
We are every where! Social media like: Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, you can check "Under Testing" page for features under developing, or subscribe to the mailing list from here.

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