The layout of AZERTY keyboards is derived from the American QWERTY layout, with the main differences being the transitioning of numbers to capitalized letters, adding accented letters (such as é, è, and ç), the inversion of A / Q and Z / W, and the displacement of M. The other Francophone countries (Canada, Belgium, Switzerland) use different versions more or less close to the AZERTY or QWERTY. The main feature of the QWERTY - and its derivatives - is to avoid duplication of bars on mechanical typewriters, and NOT to facilitate typing. This mechanical stress no longer exists on Bépo keyboards, keys were rearranged logically and efficiently.
The design of this keyboard is very similar to Apple's default keyboard. This app has numerous different features to help you type faster on your iOS Device!
Accents can be accessed by long pressing a key.
Numerous customization settings available by tapping the gear icon.
Numbers and special characters can be accessed at the touch of a button.
This keyboard does not collect your input or connect to the network even when "Allow Full Access" is enabled. By default the "Allow Full Access" mode is disabled, meaning that the keyboard works in complete isolation from all of your other apps. However if you want to be able to hear the clicking sound when tapping on keys you will need to select the gear key on the lower left of the keyboard and enable "Keyboard Clicks" . If you don't need the "Keyboard Clicks" option, the keyboard is still fully functional without allowing full access. To be able to use the speakers on an iOS device, the user needs to "Allow Full Access". Again all of the data from this keyboard is stored locally on your device.