egzthunder1 · Nov 20, 2010 at 12:00 am

PocketCM Keyboard Mod for Spanish Layout

This is an oldie but a good one nevertheless. About 3 years ago, there was a keyboard application for Windows Mobile called PocketCM Keyboard, created by XDA member tene. It is a common keyboard by today’s standards. However, back when it came out, it was possibly the first free finger friendly keyboard ever released for WM. It was fast, smooth, had pop out letters (iPhone style), it was highly skinnable, and much more. Another useful feature was that because of its great flexibility, you could change its layout as well, just like XDA member diezoo did when he released this mod. The mod basically changes the layout for Spanish speakers by adding a few interesting characters like the “ñ” into the traditional QWERTY.

If you still have a WM device and would like a Spanish keyboard that performs beautifully well, get this app.

You can find more information in the mod thread.

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