We are really spoilt for choice when it comes to keyboards these days but they still flock to the stores and of late standalone emoji apps are the thing but only offer so much when it comes to getting the job done, Swiftkey still remains the most popular with most and as for stock keyboards they generally suck,One thing though Windows Phone does have a good stock keyboard,even for those with chubby fingers.. This keyboard is different though offering users to type in more than 100 indigenous languages..


The FirstVoices Keyboard App contains keyboard software for over 100 languages, and includes every First Nations language in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, plus many languages in the USA.

When the FirstVoices Keyboard app is installed on a mobile phone or tablet, any one of the 100+ custom keyboards can be activated in any application on the device. Users are able to select their keyboard(s) of choice within their email, social media, word processing or other apps, enabling unlimited communication in their mother language.




By Jim O Brien/CEO

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