Monday 13th December 2010by Lionslayer
Lately, I used my iPhone for viewing web contents frequently. So I thought it should be nice to be able type Burmese in iPhone. Then someone posted a Zawgyi Keyboard app for iPhone/iPad in MyanmarItPro. One of my respected friend bought it with great expectation (like addon keyboard) and felt disappointed. Well it’s a press-button-copy-text app rather than a real keyboard. And it doesn’t support Unicode standard.
If that’s the solution for now, I was thinking like “why should I pay 1$ to copy and paste when I can type in a web app”. Because I remembered there was a web version of Burglish system by Ko Soemin.
#It got a minor bug in typing “ရ” with “၇” output.
##Updated on Mar 08 2011
TTKZ has gone further with his keymagic project. Now it’s available via web. I frame it with jkeymagic.tk domain name. It’s now possible to to type Unicode text with various keyboards on browsers.