5 Row Customizable Keyboard For iPad (Cydia)
iOS developer Ganbold, who has brought customizable keyboards to the iPhone has currently released a similar tweak that brings the power to alter and organize the keyboard on a jailbroken iPad. five Row Customizable Keyboard for iPad has recently hit Cydia and works within the same manner as its younger brother, that is for the iPhone. Apple have a dedicated Settings entry within iOS that enables users to define sure international keyboards, however these are pre-defined layouts and do not provide the user a additional advanced choice of making a keyboard to suit specific layout necessities.
Ganbold has today released his latest providing, that is a variant of the keyboard tweak dedicated to the iPad and is accessible through the BigBoss repository as a commercial installation for jailbroken iPads running iOS five or higher. Once installed, the keyboard is activated by heading over to Settings >> General >> Keyboard and then choosing International Keyboards to bring up a listing of all accessible keyboards. Finding out, and choosing ’5 Row’ can activate the keyboard, turning the iPad into a five row typing powerhouse.
The tweak itself replaces the Russian keyboard and permits it to become customizable to most countries and languages that aren’t included within the native iOS installation on the iPad. Four keyboard rows and also the forty four keys contained on them can be changed through the tweak’s settings panel, users can then need to repsring the iPad for any changes to take impact. One among the great things concerning this tweak is that it contains support for the iPad’s split keyboard, that is a terribly nice choice.
5 Row Customizable Keyboard for iPad is accessible to download from the BigBoss repository right now, and needs an iPad running iOS five or above.