Developer Adam bell has released a new keyboard for iPhone-inspired Click wheel. This element is one of the recognizable features of iPods. Apple initially used it to iPod mini first generation in 2004, after which he moved to the iPod Nano and iPod Classic. Bell has created a software solution for smartphones, simulating the Click Wheel.
The Click Wheel Keyboard is a keyboard to enter letters which do not need to press the virtual keys. Instead, it is proposed to drive a finger on a special panel in the bottom of the screen. Swiping your finger in a circle in one direction or another, the user switches the letter, and pressing in the center of the circle – inserts the selected symbol. Special convenience technology is no different, but typing becomes quite funny in the procedure. Switching letters accompany clicks, familiar to owners of the iPod.
The Click Wheel was the first implementation of touch technologies in Apple products. The wheel consists of a circle and capacitive mechanical buttons located on its edges at the top, bottom, left and right. The buttons call up menu and playback control. Swiping your finger in a circle, the user can scroll through lists of tracks, change the volume, and perform other actions.
By the way, the Click Wheel keypad Keyboard allows you to enter not only letters and numbers and symbols and Emoji. You just need to scroll to scroll a line far to the right.
Download the Click Wheel Keyboard is available for free at this link.