Hebrew for AnySoftKeyboard

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Hebrew for AnySoftKeyboard

Menny Even Danan,


Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Android Libraries & Demo 3.2.109 November 25, 2017 4.02

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56%
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Versions
Great! You have released a new version of your app less than 3 months ago.

Version 3.2.109 released on November 25, 2017
* Support for NIQQUD. Long-press the top-left NIQQUD key.
Note: Some devices have poor support for Hebrew's NIQQUD.

Version 3.1.364 released on August 23, 2017

Version 3.1.286 released on August 03, 2017
* A few small updates.

Version 3.1.196 released on July 17, 2017
* A few small updates.

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App Description

Hebrew Language Pack for AnySoftKeyboard
Includes several Hebrew layouts (including Niqqud as separate layout), physical keyboard support and a word completion dictionary.

This is an expansion language pack for AnySoftKeyboard.
Install AnySoftKeyboard first, and then select the Hebrew keyboard from AnySoftKeyboard's Settings -> Languages -> Keyboards menu.

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