Monday, September 20, 2010

Firesoft Thai Keyboard


Ever find typing thai on soft keyboard a frustrating moment? Try this keyboard by Firesoft.
This simple but user-friendly one will revitalize your experience.

Key advantages
- One button easy switch between Th/Eng
- Context-based popup allowing fast access to the key
- Build-in emoticons for faster expression while chat

Feel free to place your comments/advices regarding Firesoft Thai Keyboard for further improvement in the next releases.

:)  Khob khun krub



Version history:
Catuma V1 @ Sept 16, 2010

4 Comments:

Blogger Kim said...

Hey,

New user of smartphone and Android. I've downloaded your program and it has been installed, now how do I use it? :)
I use a HTC desire.....
Regards
Kim

October 18, 2010 at 3:24 AM  
Blogger Firesoft said...

Hey Kim,

Thanks very much for your post and sorry for (a big) delay response :) (have been busy with my real job lately).

Here is how you select the keyboard. (I own only Nexus one but I hope Android should offer consistent interface).

1) Go to Settings -> Language & Keyboard.
2) You will see a number of keyboards including "FireSoft Thai Keyboard". Click the checkbox and get out of Settings.
3) Launch any application that will prompt you to type, e.g. SMS or website.
4) Press on the input box and hold it until there is a pop-up shown.
5) Then select "Input Method"
6) Click the radio button of "FireSoft Thai Keyboard". (the popup should be dismissed)
7) Press the input box to begin typing.
8) You should get FireSoft Keyboard shown for typing :).

Enjoy! and your further feedback will be greatly appreciated.

Kind regards,
Firesoft!

November 1, 2010 at 9:17 PM  
Blogger Amporn said...

Hi Firesoft.

I dont get any chance to translate to thai after i have wrote a sms, hope you can help me A.S.A.P

Many regards from
Michael Andersen

July 7, 2011 at 2:24 AM  
Blogger Firesoft said...

Hi Michael,

Since you did not mention, I assume it works for you when trying to search with thai on Google.com?

If it works on google.com, perhaps check with your service provider first if they allow non us-ascii characters in sms. Some operators don't (e.g. mine doesn't)

Kind Regards,
Firesoft!

October 16, 2011 at 3:41 AM  

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