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    Features
    • 3x3 mobile version of the QWERTY keyboard layout with one tap per each of the frequently used letters
    • Traditional ABC phone pad layout
    • Press and hold on an alphabet for accents
    • Useful edit commands including select, cut, copy, paste, delete and cursor movements
    • Dual interface to grab big-screen tablets naturally and type comfortably with thumbs
    • Up/left/right/down swipe gestures on each button for custom input

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    Mobience smallQWERTY is a 3x3 version of the QWERTY keyboard layout for mobile devices which you need to type with a finger or two. Since it resembles QWERTY as much as possible, it's easy to get familiar with. Moreover, you need to tap just once for each of the frequently used letters, which occupy about 70% usage.

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    smallQWERTY layout is efficient


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    smallQWERTY layout is familiar


    If you press and hold on an alphabet, a group of accented letters appears as a pop-up. Latin alphabet languages covered include Afrikaans, Albanian, Catalan, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Irish, Italian, Malay, Norwegian, Portuguese, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, and so on as well as English. Currently supported non-Latin alphabet language is Korean. If you enable more than one language, you can press and hold, or draw a swipe gesture on the [Shift] button to change the input language.

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    Press and hold on an alphabet for a group of accented letters


    The standard ABC layout is also provided for those who are already familiar with and want to use it. Numbers and common symbols are easy to input. Later updates will include more common symbols as well as a variety of special symbols.

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    Traditional ABC layout, and layouts for numbers and common symbols


    You can access more keyboard functions and settings menu by pressing the [Keyboard] button on the lower-right corner. More keyboard functions supported are select, select all, cut, copy, paste, hide, delete, and cursor movements.

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    More keyboard functions and settings


    In settings menu, you can turn on the Vibration and Sound feedback on button touch.

    For tablets with big screens, you may enable the [Dual Interface] option at [4x5 Layout Options] of [Keyboard Interface] to grab the tablet naturally with your hands and type into the tablet comfortably with your thumbs.

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    Dual interface for natural and comfortable typing experience


    You can use [Button Swipe] interface to use upward, leftward, rightward, and downward swipe gestures on each button to input functions or custom texts. You can assign functions and texts in [Button Swipe Options]. When you draw a swipe gesture on a button and hold pressed a while, a popup appears showing all the functions and texts assigned to the button.

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    Draw a swipe gesture on a button and hold for a popup


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