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Morse Code Input On Your Phone?

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    If your phone has Gboard input, you can now choose Morse Code as your input method. Originally intended as adaptive technology for the disabled, when activated through settings the qwerty keyboard is replaced with two large on-screen buttons for “dit” and “dah.”

    Word suggestions appear just as with the regular keyboard, and you can connect external switches (eg; sip-puff switches or paddles) to your device to operate. Google has created a Morse Typing Trainer game that it says can teach users Morse code in under an hour.

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