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Here comes four-button keypad for mobile!

Here comes four-button keypad for mobile!

A begin-up creates a four-button keypad

An Israeli firm has developed Snapkeys, a know-how that intends to revolutionize the usage of the keyboard.

Snapkeys keyboard touch. Screenshot Youtube.

Snapkeys keyboard contact. Screenshot Youtube.

A young Israeli start-up has created Snapkeys A keyboard consists of four buttons, which allows you to write sooner on touchscreen smartphones and drugs.

This Method (available on Android) identifies twenty-six letters of the alphabet in keeping with their geometric form and class in 4 separate groups. These 4 buttons correspond to the form of each and every letter in uppercase: the first key and the letters put together “walking”, and the 2nd these raised “on two toes.” A Unique dictionary suggests words as per the key selected.

Snapkeys states that the writing velocity with its utility is larger than that of a conventional keyboard. Their gadget adapts to all functions (GPS, games, song apps) that requires writing. Unlike a traditional keypad, 4 buttons seem clear and do not occupy the remainder of the Monitor.




7 Comments to “Here comes four-button keypad for mobile!”

  1. ibjammin44 // April 20, 2013 at 16:07 // Reply

    It will become clear as the days go by, that the Governments of the West will do NOTHING about the terror inflicted on Peaceful aid workers by Israel, so should the PEOPLE do something?



    A list can be found here:

  2. that will generate electricity for the whole state of Israel at a cheaper price.

    So they can charge their Israeli Customers cheaper prices.

    Since its cheaper to use the free heat of the Sun to produce electricity.
    Then to have to pay for coal or oil (imported for Europe or Soth America) to produce electricity.

  3. The world’s only third-generation inoculation against this widespread virus comes from an Israeli pharmaceutical company, in addition to the long list of Israel’s other contributions to the world.

    Isn’t it amazing how Israel comes up with things to help people, while Palestinians pack nail bombs, kill people and blast their legs off? What have Palestinians ever done to help the world? Even if they got their “land stolen” (which is a fking joke), is that any excuse for their murderous behavior?

  4. Jeremy Xargor is my gamertag // May 29, 2013 at 02:18 // Reply

    I’ve been fascinated by both Israel and diamond cutting for quite some time now. I find it hard to get contacts though. I’ve been teaching 3D computer modelling for almost ten years now, and I’ve heard that that is commonly used in that field, imagining now that it may give me a point of entry into the trade. But which are the company names? I’m trying to find some sort of first contact.
    Thanks for your help.

  5. Jerosh Nagulachandran // May 31, 2013 at 06:11 // Reply

    The tours look good, but we can’t find any reviews on the company on the internet. Thanks!

  6. Nathan B // June 2, 2013 at 09:28 // Reply

    Does anyone else find it odd that our presidential candidates seem required to stop over and campaign in Israel as if there’s some secret vote coming from the Israeli people? Shouldn’t the candidates stay in the United States to campaign rather than wasting the money we donate to them abroad? I understand if you’re in office and it’s an official trip on policy but during an election year so you can take a photo-op is kind of sick to me and seemingly a huge pander at the Jewish or evangelical vote.

  7. evangldbrg // June 9, 2013 at 01:08 // Reply

    Since Motorola is an Israeli company.
    their phone was likely made in Israel.
    I am educated. Alot of Motorola’s phones are made in Israel. You need to educate yourself victory.
    mordent that is exactly what I am talking about. There is a chance their phone was made in Israel.

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