MouseCode Keyboard is available via Google Play.
Its documentation can be read at http://pantherkitty.software/mousecode/docs.
What is it?
It’s an Android soft keyboard that leverages your current (or past) knowledge of International Morse Code & allows you to type any character you might find on a normal 104-key PC keyboard (plus a few more) using just two fingers, with minimal need to look at the screen while using it.
At the present time, you can interact with it via two methods:
- The on-screen buttons
- The buttons on a bluetooth or USB mouse (Android 6.0 or newer only).
Example use cases:
- Semi-blindly typing with one hand… possibly in situations where you should be looking at something else for social, safety, or logistical reasons. By design, you can pause entry and/or deterministically return it to a known state at any time.
- Discreetly typing with one hand while holding the device (or a mouse) under a table, so you can pretend you’re paying attention to something (or someone) else.
- An assistive technology that enables people who are blind or have limited motion to type efficiently.