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With new 2016, Geektimes! As promised, I continue a series of publications about Android and Ancient Greek characters. If you, having used the previous post, became the happy owner of a device with support of an Ancient Greek font, then today your device will be able to write in an Ancient Greek way.



We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

Let's begin with small retreat. To display the Greek font (I ask readers to allow me to call Ancient Greek Greek for brevity), we need to change a font. In the previous post options of a new font with which you will not feel differences from Roboto or Droid were offered. Today you will select and install the keyboard on Android.

We select the keyboard



The trend of the multilingual and convenient keyboard for Android arose relatively recently, and in this trend the Multiling O keyboard quite accurately is represented.

So, we download it on our device from Google Play and we set. We come into the application.

Setup of the keyboard



We install our keyboard, we pass safety confirmation. We include and select it.

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We click on "To install dictionaries / plug-in".

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We are offered to select the layout (plug-in). We select "More".

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We click the picture with the image of the Ancient Greek layout.

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We select "Apply Theme".

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We confirm.

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

Now we set the layout.

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We use on health



Let's try to write something in the Notes application.

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

Clicking the character an omega, we receive the choice of its different writing — we select diacritical characters from below and on top — an oksiya, a variya, perispomen, an iota interlinear (black examples of options, red — what we select are selected).

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

We learn to write Android in an Ancient Greek way

So, all with new 2016th year! On health use the Greek keyboard, all of good luck!

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