Keyboard Control Pro Brings Typing Enhancements to iOS

Keyboard Control Pro Brings Typing Enhancements to iOS

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Keyboard Control Pro is a new Cydia tweak developed by iAmharic that brings enhancements to the way you use your keyboard.

Compatible with iOS 5 and 6, Keyboard Control Pro comes with the following features.

●Auto Twins: Automatically inserts a closing pair of parentheses or brackets when you type the opening symbols of that respective symbol. Ex - type a "(" and Keyboard Control pro will automatically insert the closing ")"

●Auto Space: Automatically inserts a space after any key you wish

●Alphabet Jumping: Allows you to configure certain symbols that once pressed, will automatically take you back to the alphabetic keyboard layout. Functions like the apostrophe key on the stock keyboard. Ex type a "." and the keyboard automatically changes to the alphabetical one.

●Number Jumping: Same as alphabet jumping except this time you can configure certain keys to jump to the number keyboard. Ex- Press the "=" sign and it will automatically jump to the numbers keyboard.

●Quick Input: Custom Spacebar double tap (double tapping spacebar inserts any symbol you wish)
Twitter: Long press "@" key and it will automatically insert your twitter handle
Email: Whenever you are prompted to enter your email in any text field simply tap the field and your email will automatically be inserted.

You can grab Keyboard Control Pro from Cydia for $1.99.

dan - July 8, 2013 at 9:05am
a Must have tweak! also The developer has made a new video with new updates,please update your link:
Muzi - July 8, 2013 at 12:26pm
I found this tweak OK as my son also tried one at which is quite awesome.
samsuck shit pee v - July 7, 2013 at 1:54pm
I think I saw new text on the keyboard, still this idea isn't that bad.
NoGoodNick - July 6, 2013 at 2:43pm
I like this idea, as every time I hit an apostrophe or a quote, I have to manually reset the keyboard, even though I'm unlikely to type any other numeric chapters (how often do you put numbers in quotes?).