Sunday, August 19, 2007

Input Japanese on the iPhone

An earlier article mentioned a virtual keyboard that can be used for inputting some European languages plus Greek and Russian on the iPhone, whose built-in keyboard is English only. Now there is one for Japanese. To use it, point your iPhone or other browser to this page:

http://n.h7a.org/iphone/mail/

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

korean can be typed here:

http://www.zannavi.com/iphone/hanson2.html

for more info,
http://wp.omeeza.com/sunhwan/2007/07/18/the-beauty-of-korean-language/

Anonymous said...

another method: http://www.zannavi.com/iphone/hanson.html

MacScott said...

You can actually type Japanese Kana and Kanji natively into the iPhone with a hack that I discovered. I've written instructions here.

http://web.mac.com/mac_scott/OS_X_and_iPhone_Hacks/Step-by-step.html