Keyboard for keyboard-less phones like Nexus One. Allow you to type on your phone using your computer's _browser_.
It works as ordinary input method. You can use terminal or type SMS ...
Use WiFi for low latency input. 3G may be blocked by some carriers. USB connection works best, but require some technical knowledge and connected cable.
Internet Explorer is not supported and can be unstable. Recommended browser is Chrome.
Source Code (GPL2)
Keywords: remote keyboard, wireless keyboard, browser keyboard, network keyboard, remote input method, http, web server, WiFi and USB.
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- June 9, 2012 - LG Optimus 2X with version 2.3.2
This is a great app which makes talking on WhatsApp for lengthy conversations and such things much easier. In fact, I'm typing this review using my PC keyboard right now! This is really much faster than ordinary typing or Swyping.
- September 2, 2012 - Samsung Galaxy Note with version 2.3.2
I had to go through the list of URL's, but the last one actually worked. This app is so cool and a brilliant idea. I'm using it with AIDE to develop, compile and run apps directly on the phone. This Wifi Keyboard makes it so much better. P.S. I typed this whole comment on the Wifi Keyboard :-D
- March 5, 2012 - Samsung Galaxy S2 with version 2.3.2
Works perfectly. I honestly did not expect the international keys to work, but they do -- flawlessly. Even text selection and editing is supported. Just realized there is an "edit locally & submit" mode for those who get disoriented when the text is not visible in the browser. Try that one, if you cannot resist the urge to look at the monitor.