Teksoft BlueInput Lets Android OS Smartphones Use Bluetooth Keyboards

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Teksoft has released a Bluetooth driver that allows users to connect a Bluetooth Keyboard to their Android-powered device.

BlueInput enables users to turn their smartphone into a mobile office by allowing large amounts of text to be entered much quicker than with on-screen or built-in keyboards.

It is relatively inexpensive and works with a variety of smartphones and keyboards because it offers universal HID support. Unlike most of its competitors, this app does not require “root” access to the operating system to work.

Teksoft BlueInput is available now in the on-device Android Market. It costs 9.95 EUR, or about $13.50 US.

For more information, visit the Teksoft website.

Source: Teksoft



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