Ultimate keyboard for geeks



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Fabrice DelhosteMaker@spifd · D3v3l0p3r,
Bazinga, hunters! After a few months, we're really excited to launch Geekey, an iOS custom keyboard just made for you, product geeks! What kind of geek do you want to be? A nerd, a badass, or a hacker? With our keyboard, you can easily show your geek lifestyle writing l337sp34k, upside-down or even binary. You have tons of text effects and a great package of kaomojis. Mostly based on Unicode, it works in any mobile app and supports international layouts. Please look to our website video to get a taste. Here are a few samples (there are more than 45 styles like that): - uɐǝɯ I ʇɐɥʍ ǝǝs noʎ ɟı uoɯɯoɔ ʇou sı ʎǝʞǝǝ⅁ - You can sufhfle lterets lkie thta - And if you're powerful enough, write extreme leetspeak: 3><+23|v|3 133+5|*3/\|< ∩m∩(★‿★)∩m∩ Ok now, the story: my brother is 39 and I'm 43. You know what's fun after nearly 20 years of enterprise software? Go back to the roots!!! Enjoy family homemade cookies, you know, like when we were wildly coding fun intros on Amiga 500 all night long. W00t! Geekey was born. A retro keyboard that helps geeks to make fun ASCII art with friends. Would love to get your feedback. Feel free to 4sk us 4ny7h1ng!
Kelly Kuhn-Wallace@kkdub · 🎯Strategist for Hire
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Fabrice DelhosteMaker@spifd · D3v3l0p3r,
@kkdub Yes binary-style geek! Happy you like. Thank you! · iOS app developer
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Fabrice DelhosteMaker@spifd · D3v3l0p3r,
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Sean Do@everywheresean · Web Developer - Photographer
Awww, no Android Version. 😫 It looks like great keyboard!
Fabrice DelhosteMaker@spifd · D3v3l0p3r,
@everywheresean We're focused on iOS for now even if iOS keyboards are really painful to develop due to API limitations. And, yes, it would make sense for Android geeks too! We'd love to... who knows...