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'TypeInBraille allows you to write in Braille on your iPhone. You can enter a character through its Braille representation using a sequence of three simple gestures. Each gesture is used to enter one of the three rows of a braille character.You can find a full description of the typing technique at...
'TypeInBraille allows you to write in Braille on your iPhone. You can enter a character through its Braille representation using a sequence of three simple gestures. Each gesture is used to enter one of the three rows of a braille character. You can find a full description of the typing technique at http://www.everywaretechnologies.com/apps/typeinbraille/
Write your notes - type your notes using your fingers to enter Braille dots; - edit the text (delete, select, copy, cut and paste); - navigate the text (character by character, word by word); - enter and edit text also by using the standard on-screen QWERTY keyboard.
Send and copy your notes - send your notes via e-mail; - send your notes via text message; - copy your notes on the clipboard and paste in any application (e.g., notes); - share your text on Twitter and Facebook.
Type in a noisy environment! The TypeInBraille text-entry method does not totally depend on the speech feedback. You can write your notes in a noisy environment (a tramcar, at the railway station, etc.).
Type on-the-go! With TypeInBraille you can easily enter text on-the-go. You are not forced to search for keys on a virtual keyboard.'