Android Software Keyboard with focus on Neo Layouts, different variants for each Neo Layout, more traditional ones and some that are tweaked for touchscreens.
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A neo keyboard

A virtual keyboard for all neo keyboard enjoyers

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This is far from finished: current implementation has:

  • Qwertz, Qwerty, some kind of Bone, and Neo2 without the extra layers.

  • layer 5 and 6 are implemented weirdly, i have to think about that.

  • after all the changes it still has to work.

  • then maybe f-droid

This app is a virtual keyboard for Android. The main features are easy typing of every ASCII character using the swipe gesture, dead keys for accents and modifier keys and the presence of special keys (tab, esc, arrows, etc..).

The keyboard shows up to 4 extra characters in the corners of each key. These extra characters are hit by swiping the finger on the key.

Highlight of some of the features:

  • Every character and special keys that are also available on a PC keyboard. This is perfect for using applications like Termux.

  • This includes Tab, Esc, the arrows and function keys, but also Ctrl and Alt !

  • Accented keys are accessible using dead keys. First activate the accent, then type the accented letter.

  • Very light and fast. Use 500x times less space than Google's keyboard and 15x times less than the default keyboard. No ad, no tracking.

  • Multiple layouts: NeoQwertz, NeoQwerty, Neo2, Bone, Mine als well as normal QWERTY and QWERTZ.

  • Themes: White, Dark, OLED Black. And many other options.

Like any other virtual keyboards, it must be enabled in the system settings. Open the System Settings and go to: System > Languages & input > On-screen keyboard > Manage on-screen keyboards.


For instructions on building the application, see Contributing.