TouchPal 7.0.9.1

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TouchPal is a virtual keyboard with dozens of preloaded emoji packs for Android. Equipped with several "intelligent" tools for predicting typed words. Can modify keyboard and "desktop" visualization settings. Has a built-in "reusable" clipboard that allows multiple copy/paste of text "at the same time". Automatically "closes" paired characters (brackets, inverted commas, etc.) in "right" places. TouchPal functionality Replaces the "in use" TouchPal keyboard; Integrates dozens of "emoji packs" and language distributions into the system; Reads data from the touchpad and, when pressed, "enters" into the device interface the character associated with a specific location on the screen; Analyzes the text entered by the user, and predicts the word to be written; Converts the entered text into optionally selectable emoji; Changes the way the keyboard is rendered and the "desktop" style according to the graphical settings "marked" by the user; Copies "marked" text to the buffer and associates it with a "free sequence number", prompts the user to select the number of the desired fragment when attempting to paste text; Automatically runs an algorithm to determine where to close it when "opening a paired character" (substitutes second inverted commas, brackets, etc.); "Shares" selected text snippets, emoticons, emoji and gifs to SMS, Twitter, Snapchat, Facebook Messenger, Line, Google Talk, WhatsApp, WeChat, etc. Keyboard features Dozens of preloaded emotion visualisation tools; Powerful "intelligent" algorithms for "second-guessing" typed words and locating closing "paired characters"; The presence of the "multiple" clipboard; Ability to customize the visual style of the keyboard and "desktop"; Support for almost all existing languages; Sharing text and emotion elements to third party applications. Minuses Advertising; Chance of misidentifying the typed word or the location of the closing "paired character"; Paid features; Changing the "desktop" style can put a lot of "strain" on "weak" devices.

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