orb3000 · Dec 20, 2010 at 03:00 pm

Renamed Gingerbread Keyboard

No doubt Gingerbread is on the center of the action this days and a lot of stuff is popping out. This time we will talk about the work of XDA member hotaru who posted the Gingerbread keyboard but renamed it, so you can use it along with your original Android keyboard installed on your device. The keyboard includes the six languages that comes with the regular one. The developer also provides an apk version for Android devices using version 2.1.
As this is the first version, some bugs are expected. So, please leave feed back as an important way of thanking the time invested on this application.

Originally posted by hotaru
Renamed Gingerbread Keyboard

this is the gingerbread keyboard, renamed so you can install it alongside the android keyboard you already have. it should work on non-rooted phones. it also includes dictionaries for all six languages that the regular android keyboard has (DE, EN, ES, FR, IT, SV).

gbkb.apk only works on android 2.2 or newer.
gbkb-2.1.apk works on android 2.1.

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