Android 4.0 keyboard port with working voice input (video)

November 22, 2011

The Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich keyboard port (for use on Gingerbread/Froyo), which was recently released to the Android Market by johntanmi, has been updated. You’ll be happy to hear voice input now works like a charm. We’ve also filmed an updated video demo to showcase the speech to text feature, typing, word suggestions/corrections, and more. We even show you the settings menu. Along with the free version, the developer also posted a donation version to the Android Market. Check out the video above, then download whichever version catches your interest.

Supported languages: English, French , Hebrew, Arabic, German, Czech, Bulgarian, Catalan, Spanish, Esperanto, Danish, Italian, Finnish, Georgian, Russian, Ukrainian, Latvian, Swedish,Latin, Dutch, Portuguese, Slovakian, Slovenian, Greek,Serbian, Hungarian, and Swiss.

Included dictionaries: English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish.

Notes: Root is not necessary and it can be installed on most 2.2 Froyo and 2.3 Gingerbread smartphones. Keyboard will not work on tablets. Once you install through the market, you will need to activate the keyboard through the settings menu. After that, long-press on any text entry field and select the ICS keyboard.

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  • guest

    does this work on the t-mobile galaxy s2?